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Posted June 19, 2014
- a parent
What they have done for us is priceless After 2 years at Eton our daughter was able to go back to her former school and far exceeded our expectations. Eton provided her with the skills, strategies and the confidence she needed to excel in a "regular classroom". They taught her how to turn her LD's into strengths. The Upper school teachers are very dedicated. They provided intense new challenges, remediation and a very individualized education. She worked very hard here and they encouraged her ever step. This is an incredible place. I am shocked at the bad reviews -not our experience at all
Having two children who have very successfully transitioned from Eton to Cranbrook Kingswood Schools, I can only say THANK YOU for educating my children in such a way to create confident, respectful, caring and successful young adults! You have changed their lives and we will always be grateful to have been able to give our children this experience.
We had a terrible experience here. We wasted a lot of time and money, and worse, our child was not treated with respect. Please use caution. This school has a very narrow set of children it is meant for.
This is my childs 5th year at Eton. We have found this school to be perfect for her. She has learning disabilities, which this school specializes in. They teach her in ways that she understnads and she is very successful. There is no bullying or behavior problems, the teachers are great and well trained. They also teach social skills. I lhear so many kids who had terrible experiences at other schools,say they just love it here. It is expensive but worth it, way better than public school.
Very Poor Quality of Academic Programs. Eton promises individualized Education Plans and instruction but does not provide these services. Students who leave Eton are academically unprepared to enter another public/private school. For the past two years that our son attended Eton he academically regressed. Eton's own testing revealed our son was a full-year behind his grade level. Joellyn M. Jolly