Thanks for nothing Barbie, you continual have disappointed my wife and myself in your lack of respect and acknowledgment of the issues and have been bought by a large donor Aunt Sue...Money talks in this school donate and your child will get A's maybe even A+'s....no joke
The send home a lot of homework, to make up for the lack of time spent on the subject material during class. They put the burden back on the parent to finish what they have started. Most of the time the child is over whelmed with homework that they don't understand. The teachers under grade six don't even have a degree....Check out the website on the careers section.
The kids are awkward and very immature, so it is difficult to determine if they have any respect. My step son has very little respect for others, like holding open a door or saying sorry, but if God says it, it must be true.
My step son goes to this school, the grades are fake as they want tuition next year. He scored in the 19th percentile across the state but always receives A's. The teachers are not certified and are poorly paid. Avoid this school at all costs. Trying to get my step son out but the court sides with the idiot father you is a pretend Christian and yes the school is very hypocritical when pretending to be a christian but they cut you off in the parking lot...
Very Sad excuse for a school, many better options in Henderson or Vegas, avoid this school.
When we moved to Henderson I was dreading the reputation of the Las Vegas school system (maybe different from the Henderson USD, but I wasn't sure). So we began touring various private schools. A lot of them had what you might call "polish," but beneath that I didn't always see the heart. When we toured LMCA that was the first thing we saw. Now we've been at the school for three years and haven't had a single moment of regret. The heart is what shines brightest at this school, and now with a second compass there is a lot of polish too. The community is great and we've met and become friends with so many families. We haven't experienced any cliquishness which is also very impressive for a Christian school. If you haven't had a tour yet, you should!
The most important job that a teacher has is to make her students feel valued. My granddaughter's teacher failed. She had about 13 students and was the most disconnected and unaware teacher that I ever dealt with..We had high hopes for this school..Sad..