I was an invited guest speaker and have never met such a disrespectful group of students. Except for a couple of students who were struggling to stay engaged despite the diatractions, the group was out of control. I felt bad for the teacher who was visibly upset. Kids showed up well past the start time, and many draped their legs and bodies over the chairs in front of them as if they were chilling in their living rooms on front of a tv. I was shocked by the scene.
The school is very progressive and open to alternative methods of teaching and learning
The school and many of its teacher really struggle when the label and pigeon hole kids based on exterior factors such as behavior, look, personality, and interests.
I would not send another of my children there. The price is very high. The teachers have some issues of bias. We saw this first hand with an exceptional athlete in a non athletic environment. One of the teachers disliked my student over his abilities and attributes.
I am a current junior at Indian Creek and I absolutely love it. I completely disagree with the other comments about the courses not being difficult, I am taking 3 AP's this year and all the classes are made to challenge the student. We are still a young school of course so the athletics program is still improving. The classes are really small (my smallest was 9 students). The teachers go above and beyond my expectations to help us learn the lessons in new ways and they will do whatever is necessary to help you learn the topic. I seriously love my school.
As a highly involved parent of a lower-school student, I see the happiness in the students Indian Creek talks about. I'm sure we'll be "lifers" with the caring middle school atmosphere and a high school that is winning championships and has a full slate of AP's. Great school.
Indian Creek is Horrible. My son went there and hated every minute of it. The teachers were not challenging at all and my child was in the high math group but when he went to an actually good school he got put in middle. Not good mathematics. They let anyone in. It is really bad. I offer to go to good schools like(Gilman, Loyola, or Mcdonogh, or Severn).
Both of my children attend Indian Creek a middle and high school.. They having something for everyone..... A rigorous curric. That is on par with other academic schools....they focus on the whole child and offer a wide variety of extra curricular activities that allows each and very child to succeed....would strongly recommend the school to anyone.
The school year has ended and my husband and I are thrilled with our son's achievements. He has become an accomplished student. He took two science classes and has asked to take AP science next year. I know his love for science is due to the science teachers and especially the STEM Program Director. We look forward to another year at Indian Creek Upper School.
The school is located in a beautiful setting and has an impressive physical plant. As a teacher who has viewed the curriculum, I rate it on par with the best Independent schools in the area. Reviews from earlier years do not appy since this relatively new school has evolved quickly and solidly. I recommend this school without hesitancy.
not a rigorous math/science program(local high performing public school kids take pre-calc in 8th grade). a good school for average kid with money esp one interested in the arts/writing.lovely grounds at high school
This is my child's 2nd year here and so far I am impressed. Yes there are a few bugs that are still being worked out, but that's to be expected at any school. Especially a new one. Overall the teachers seem to care, and the courses ARE challenging.