The facilities and most teachers are good. There are no programs for advanced or challenged students, nor are they interested in getting programs or help in these areas. The curriculum is no different than public school except for the religious ed, in fact, the public schools offer more opportunities especially in science and music. Possbily at one time they were advanced, but not anymore. There is only one class per grade so your child will be with the same peers year after year. Your child will learn profanity and racey content just like in public school. They have good communication with parents and want parental involvment. Sometimes they aren't too organized so you may take time off work for a special event and the date gets moved or you are not needed. Overall it is a good school, just not worth the money when public offers so much more unless you are really dying for the religious aspect. There, they do a great job.
- submitted by a parent
February 26, 2008
Faith is an awesomne Christ-centered school. The teachers are amazing and some of the best in the city of Lincoln. Our three duaghters won't go anyplace else for k-6