This is not a disability-friendly school. If you have a child, particularly one that performs well academically, that needs services for a particular disability, or accommodations for ADHD or ASD, you will have extreme difficulties. There is no understanding of ASD among the general ed staff or administration, thus a child is disciplined by exclusion for behavior consistent with their disability. Their internal selection processes and attitudes are discriminatory to students with 504/IEP plans. The administration is unwilling to listen to parents or effect positive change. The goal seems to be to drive out problem students. There are too many students in the classrooms. The driving force appears to be financial. Reduce costs at any expense to the children and increase revenue by packing the classrooms. The advanced classes are so limited that students testing in the 99th percentile are excluded from them.