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Las Vegas, NV
Students enrolled: 650
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9900 Isaac Newton Way
Las Vegas, NV 89129

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(702) 878-6418
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November 28, 2014
This school just keeps getting better! Challenger has always been known for its academics, but this campus also offers so many activities that there is truly something for everyone. They have things like ballet, chess, piano, orchestra, football, robotics, choir, and basketball. With so many clubs and after school activities, the kids can really be well-rounded. The academics are challenging yet attainable. I've never seen a better program.

- submitted by a parent
November 24, 2014
Our daughter attends Challenger preschool and all of the staff are great. She is learning something new each and every day. Before she attended Challenger she was behind. Now we feel she is ahead of the curve.

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2014
As an African American parent, I felt same and had to transferred my kids to the lutheran school next door. It is unacceptable for any child to be discriminated because of the color of their skin and worst of it, these are happening in our schools. What are we teaching our kids? I will make sure the media investigate what is going on with this school.

- submitted by a parent
August 30, 2014
Parents, this school has a beautiful campus and great teachers willing to help the students excel. The school culture on non white students is terrible, as an Indian parent, my children were constantly discriminated against and I felt like they did not belong to this school. The administration constantly made us feel like bad parents. Please take your child to a school were they will feel accepted and will wouldn't develop psychological problems down the road.

- submitted by a parent
March 15, 2014
My kids have attended since preschool. They have flourished here! Their writing skills are excellent. They do math that is several grade levels ahead. Challenger teaches young kids to critically think through history and literature at a high school level or above, but none of it is above their heads. This school has taught my kids to be logical and analytical thinkers. Their science program is the best in the state. Both years that my kids have competed in Science Olympiad, this campus has won the state championship, but this has been going on for years! I'm glad my kids have been a part of that wonderful experience. My kids love the way they teach at this school. Everyone is always having a great time. The teachers are caring and creative and take the time to give each child what he needs to thrive. I'm only sad that they don't have a high school. After Challenger, it will be hard to find a place that will keep my kids challenged. They are so far ahead of their peers from other schools. Every year, my kids have ranked in the 99th percentile on the Iowa national standardized tests. I wish we could keep them here until they were old enough to go to college. We love this school!

- submitted by a parent
March 02, 2014
In reading these reviews, it is clear they were not written by Challenger students simply because, if they had been, they would not contain grammatical errors. The students at this school get a superior education and have skills better than those of most adults. The thing is, this school is for people who are committed to being the best. Evidently, any unkind words seen here are from those that couldn't cut it. However, most kids thrive because Challenger guides the kids with the tools to be successful, independent, and happy. The results don't lie; the average Challenger student ranks in the 99th percentile nationally. My kids are hard-working, rational thinkers because of the skills they are gaining here, and they will be ready to face any challenge in high school and beyond. I can't imagine a better investment I could have made for my kids. Don't be misguided by the questionable comments shown here. If you are really interested in finding the best academic program in town, schedule a tour and see for yourself how much fun the kids are having!

- submitted by a parent
February 13, 2014
I am sick, tired, and depressed from this school. I have no social life because on the weekends all I do is homework and write reports. That's not all. The teachers there (mostly elementary and middle school) have no concern for the kids at all. A student can't have a normal conversation with a teacher, unless that student is extraordinary smart. Me and my friends who are doing average at school, or my friends that are a different race, get completely ignored by the headmaster, principal, and most of the teachers. The teachers hate talking to parents and have no connection with them. My previous teachers aren't even kind enough to say hi to me and my family. If you need help on a certain subject, they will give you a stack of "focus" homework. I receive all A and a few Bs. I am friends with everyone in middle school and we all cannot wait to get out of this school. Believe it or not some students are depressed because of pressure from the school and personal family problems and these kids get good grades. Get scolded for not having a functioning printer or no ink. I highly acknowledge you not to go the school unless all you want to do is study and be humiliated for not being smart

- submitted by a community member
January 13, 2014
I have been going to Challenger since Kindergarten (I am in 8th grade now), and I have loved it. The experience is truly great, and my future will be bright (as the school sets you up to succeed in the lower standard public high schools). Many of the previous graduates of the school tell me that their freshman year is just a big break from school. However, the 8th grade is a big jump from the 7th grade, as twice the workload is added. The math goes from Algebra I in 7th Grade to Geometry in 8th grade, and it can be tough. We 8th graders have to balance between Ayn Rand's Anthem Essay Contest, Science Fair (mandatory for all grades [only individual for 3rd grade and up; below is collective]), and a book report. Sometimes I have felt lasting sadness because of the work (but that's more laziness than the school itself), but it's still great. The views on individualism that are held there have taught me to avoid the wants of the collective and be my own person. Though there is a heavy workload, this school is a good consideration for your child.

- submitted by a community member
December 20, 2013
My son has attended Challenger for two years. He takes swimming and piano outside of school. English is his second language. He started reading 2 weeks into the preschool program. He's matured into a very dedicated and responsible student. Last year he scored in the 99 percentile on the IOWA test and received four awards. We are very happy with this school. However, I can see why some parents/students might be frustrated with the school. It has a very strong academic emphasis. If students don't perform they are asked to leave. They have spelling bee, geography bee, math, writing, speech, robotics and science competitions. It's a big deal! Students know the names of the winners. My entire household revolves around my son's academic performance so it's great for us. A philosophy that has helped us is, that we see Challenger, or any school for that matter, as a partner in educating our son. Thus, at least half of the work must be done at home. If you enroll your loved ones in this school, be prepared to do the work and try to anticipate instead of reacting when a bad grade (80% and below) comes home.

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2013
We did Challenger for four years. No more! My issues? 1.Teacher:Student ratio. Supposed to be 1:14. It's been 1:24 since 1st grade. 2. Total lack of accountability on the teachers' parts. My son aces his home assignments but struggles in class. I ask for in-class materials to be sent home so I can help him. I'm told no, he needs to do better in class. How can I control what happens during class? That's the teacher's job, but she's busy focusing on 23 other students. 3. Study materials are notes taken during class. Well, he's 7 and the notes are, expectantly, lacking. When I ask for textbooksto be sent home I am told that the they won't be any help to him. They are no good so she pulls from other resources. Why doesn't he have proper textbooks? 4. My son was bullied. When he told his teacher that he was being made fun of, she said "Don't tattle." 5. I have a BA in English and I constantly correct spelling and grammar mistakes made by the TEACHERS when grading tests and assignments. 6. "Challenger isn't for everyone." That's their response to these issues and more If all that matters is the prestige of saying "Challenger, that's my school!" then go ahead and empty your pocketbooks.

- submitted by a parent
September 08, 2013
Ok , so I am a Challenger Student , the studies are great but I am interested in art. There is no art program for the advanced artists. It is very strict and is very hard. Homework usually takes 2 hrs or more . The teachers are ok but push you very hard to the point where it isn't fun anymore. They don't listen to the students protests, and students get no voice. When a Challenger Student thinks about everything there, it is against what they are teaching of freedom and independence. With all of this, this might lead a student to depression. It is sad and I know a couple of my classmates in depression. I would reconsider taking your kid there.

- submitted by a community member
June 06, 2013
The absolute worst school (or even place of business) I have ever dealt with. Horrible communication, zero organization. Zero professionalism. I don't know how people can take there kids here, unless it's purely for academics. Lot's of room for improvement, even just a website that gave you some indication of who the teachers are and what is being taught.

- submitted by a parent
May 16, 2013
My son attended the 4-yr old Tues/Thurs all day program. He sings constantly, and seems to be learning things without realizing he is learning. There is no homework, but brings home his activities he's worked on every day so you can see what they are doing and track development. His teachers in his class are wonderful (Miss Joi, Miss Roxanne). The day is highly structured in terms of activities and expectations for behavior, but within that structure, the atmosphere is very loving and nurturing. When I pick him up, he is happy to see me, but has a glow about him. All his "lights" are on, if you can imagine what that looks like. If your child does well with structure,and does not tend to be shy, he/she will do well here. The only reason I gave it 4 out of 5 is that there is a sense of distance between the staff and the parents, but I was prepped that it would be like that. It is a huge school, with a small admin staff. They do not know who I am, nor exactly greet me with overt enthusiasm. But they do run a very efficient and effective organization, and it's the kids' experience that trumps it all. I will be sending my other son here for preschool once he's 3.

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2013
We have had three children enrolled at Challenger for several years, and we have never been happier than we are now. While the academics have always been excellent, Challenger seems to have done a particularly good job of hiring teachers in the last couple of years. We had considered leaving, but we are now so glad that we stayed. My oldest son is having the best school year of his life.

- submitted by a parent
November 02, 2012
I have worked at Challenger School since 2010. I have never worked for such an EXCELLENT company that genuinely cares for their employees. When I go to work, it really feels like I'm coming home to my second home. I love all the students and I have grown and learned so much as a teacher there. The public school system made me feel like I couldn't be a teacher because I was bored and didn't realize it until later. The Challenger School system believes in every teacher and every student that they can and will accompish their goals. I have met the most caring and patient teachers at Challenger School. I really appreciate my job and I love the students so much!!!!

- submitted by a teacher
August 31, 2012
My daughter has attended pre-school at Challenger and is currently attending kindergarten. She is thriving in Challenger's academics based cirriculum and she has been blessed with very caring and attentive teachers. She already reads and can do basic addition and subtraction while some of her peers in public school are just learning their letters and numbers. As a parent, I value the fact that Challenger 's philosophy embraces the rights set by our country's Founding Fathers and teaches lessons from history based on facts, not politics, unlike public schools. I am also pleased that they teach independance and responsiblity even at an early age. I believe that students at Challenger can achieve academic excellance while learning to be good citizens. My satisfaction extends beyond the classroom to her classmates' parents. My daughter frequently attends her classmates' birthday parties outside of school and the parents that I have met are all very supportive and engaged their child's best interests. I don't trust my child's future to just anyone which is why Challenger is the only choice for me!

- submitted by a parent
August 06, 2012
My son will be going into pre k this year (his second year at challenger) I previously had him in a few days of daycare for playtime and interaction. He used to cry and beg not to go, his first week at challenger he was skipping to class. He had 2 of the sweetest teachers, as well as a educational environment. My daughter has attended 2 other private schools, and I can say I love that Challenger isnt constsntly down your throat for donations. Do they keep parents out of the class durning scool, yes! They eliminate the entire clique of moms that basically "run" the school and the favoritism to their children. Every child is an equal, id rather have my kids in a school where its not about how much you donte, or if your mom is helping out & doing favors that determins your childs treatment. There are several Las Vegas private schools that are run that way!!!!

- submitted by a parent
June 18, 2012
My 3 year old just started the summer program today and before that attended for a few months M-F half days. She is learning so much and wants to go to school even on the weekends. She loves it and when I asked her who loves her more than anyone, her answer (which was supposed to be mommy, but she said her teacher. I love that she is learning and feels loved at that school. Well worth the tuition.

- submitted by a parent
February 24, 2012
Hi! I'm a student at Challenger, and in the eighth grade. Challenger is very fun, but it's also very academically challenging, hence the name of the school. I have a lot of friends here, and we study for tests and hang out, mostly as a class. I wanted to debunk one myth. Challenger now has a separate teacher for music and physical education, and added half an hour more music and P.E time! For prospective students and parents: be sure to go to Challenger for fifth grade and middle school. Those grades are definitively the best, especially fifth grade, but email me with questions, if you have any! :D

- submitted by a community member
February 17, 2012
My daughter attended preschool here and it was an awful experience. The regime is very odd, the teachers and principal are not approachable or supportive of the children, there is only the system! This is not a nurturing environment, particularly for young children. Academically speaking, my child excelled much more at a good public school where there were checks and balances. Any class is only as good as the teacher and mostly these teachers are below standard, just following the inflexible methods.

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2012
Wanted to address the "too much homework" that many parents seem to stress in the lower ranking of the school. My daughter has never (in 7yrs) had more than 1.5hr in homework...and 1.5 is huge load of her science project, or other major assignment no different than any school. Average homework per night is 40min. She is an A/B student. A few C's. Most of the parents who stress about A's only are the ones pushing for the 2-3hr homework. My daughter is smart and catches things quick. My 2nd grader is all A's and takes about 40min as well. So the many many hours of homework I have found over 7yrs as a challenger Mom is mainly based from the stress of the parent...not the student. Just something to think about.

- submitted by a parent
June 08, 2011
After 2 years of Challenger Lone Mountain and amazing achievements of both of my kids I feel like contributing in this forum with a few words...I was a bit skeptical in the beginning, as the drilling, homework and testing was quite different from the liberal preschool they used to go before. But the kids accepted it without a problem and really love everything about their school...great teachers so far, every single one we had, great school direction, great facilities, great studying environment. The missing sports facilities. other parents are complaining aren't a real issue in preschool and elementary school, as they go outside everyday to do their sports program, presidential fitness program and during extended care they offer sports activities too. My main complaint is the missing Spanish or other language in their curriculum, that should be standard in a private school nowadays. This is the only reason why I can't rate this school excellent! I guess the obviously far-right political orientation of the school goes along with this attitude that a perfect English should be enough language knowledge for a great American citizen - I totally disagree...

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2011
I love Challenger my daughter has been going there since she was 2, she is five now and so much more advance then other five year olds. The school is also very new and if you child has a accident they have clothes and shoes on site. I'm very happy with this school .

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2011
Both of our daughters have attended the pre-school and we could not be happier with the experience or the results. We have seen such growth, both socially and academically, since they began and it is absolutely due to the outstanding teachers and staff. They have created an environment that makes learning fun and the girls cannot wait to go school. The school curriculum encourages independent thinking and develops confidence. We are moving overseas and our daughters are now prepared to attend any international school. We would particularly like to recognize Miss Ashley, Miss Julia, Miss Caryn, Miss Christa, Miss Suzanne, Miss Brenda, and Miss Diana. Thank you so much for everything and we will miss you.

- submitted by a parent
February 28, 2011
Some of the things to keep in mind when considering this School. 1. The Elementary School has no principal in place. The current headmaster is serving as principal. If you know the difference between Headmaster and Principal you will know want I mean. Makes lot of difference in school learning environment. 2. Most of the Teachers are not seasoned professionals. There only goal is to stress out students in class. Just ask them how many have teaching background and education. 3. This school want parents to be no part of there kids education. Parents/teachers meetings are really not encouraged - Always saying "Everything is fine". 4. There main punch line is "we are teaching two grades advance stuff from public schools". That mean your kid can skip high school altogether and go to college directly. 5. Lastly I need to say that don't go with the hype. Do your home work. Decide whether you want your kid to be a better human or a better test taker. Do you want your kid to enjoy different Activities that a school offer like Arts, Music, Sports or all you care is studies and more studies.

- submitted by a parent
January 17, 2011
My family's been researching preschools off and on since moving to Vegas this summer . We were fortunate to come across an expo in Summerlin, which brought a variety of preschools together so that parents can kind of shop around. There were some good schools there but this one stood out. We came in the next day for a tour after meeting the director at the expo. I really wasn't sure what to expect, but definitely happy enough with what we saw to enroll.

- submitted by a parent
January 12, 2011
A very misinformed (perhaps disgruntled) individual submitted the last two reviews! Come watch classes in action. See for yourself why Challenger's students outperform those in other schools. As a parent and teacher, there is no other school I'd rather send my children. If you don't want robots, teach your children to think and to be individuals. Robots are the products of indoctrination, not a curriculum focused on critical thinking and genuine achievement.

- submitted by a parent
January 07, 2011
I agree with the review posted by a parent on Oct 15,2010. Only a few good teachers,,who know how to teach outside the box concepts.

- submitted by a parent
November 28, 2010
My Son has been attending challenger since pre school and is now in the 2nd grade.ThePre school hands down is the best.Fun and educational throughout.K-2nd Has been great too. I dont know where parents are saying 1-2 hrs of homework. There is a monthly book report due and 1-2 math sheets a night, that if your child is in extended care gets done within a half hour afterschool and then they get to play until you pick them up.I love the results educationally but would love to see more art and sports.Im just glad my child hasnt had any problems there with his grades.I have a feeling we might be outcasted.They really know what theyre doing and I wish I could send my other two children there but its really expensive.

- submitted by a parent
November 12, 2010
It's important to understand that "conceptualization" requires memorization. A child can't be expected to read words if he hasn't memorized letters and sounds. Pretty common sense! Conceptualizing is thinking - it's putting the concretes together to make a connection. My child is assessed in spelling/vocabulary, geography, speech and science. He is expected to demonstrate understanding of literature and grammar. He's learning to write compositions, where he expresses his knowledge. One thing I can say about Challenger is that its political philosophy is based strongly on liberty. Capitalism is revered while statism is disdained. The pilgrims are recognized for their desire for a better life and religious freedom. In fact, next week, my son will enjoy a Thanksgiving Feast , like he has for years now - and he understands that significance.

- submitted by a parent
October 15, 2010
Can't argue with the academics, although don't believe what they tell you about "conceptual learning," that's part of it, but there is plenty of memorization on the 6-7 weekly tests your child will take. Negatives: no field trips, art and gym class taught by the regular classroom teacher instead of a someone specializing in that area, same with music until third grade, no foreign languages, no library, biased towards the far right politically, the pilgrims were socialists and Sam Walton is a great American.

- submitted by a parent
July 09, 2010
Challenger has taught my son to think rather than rely on memorization. Nothing sterile about my first grader reading and understanding books that most 4th graders can't. And he's enjoying it! I can see why Challenger has standards in order to keep its quality high. More schools probably should follow in its footsteps.

- submitted by a parent
May 27, 2010
Challenger is very different from all the other schools out there. The focus is strictly on academics and nothing else. They challenge the kids by teaching them materials that are one or two grade levels up. The kids are also challenged by having many tests every week(Literature, Geography, Spelling/vocabulary, Math, Science, Logic, Grammer and Speech). Students are also required to take notes from the Board. If your child thrives in a very sterile, academic environment and is good at memorizing, this school will work for you. It can also be a very unbalanced and boring environment. It seems if a child is good at memorizing, they will be able to score at least 80%. They are run by a corporation so every rule, guideline has to comply with corporate. Challenger way or No way?

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2010
My son has been attending the 3 year old preschool class for a little over 2 months. He sings a number of different songs with such glee, enjoys showing me the many things he's learned, beams when discussing anything Challenger. My husband and I are very impressed, and more importantly my son enjoys learning. They really seem to make it capture his mind, attention and heart.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 13, 2010
Best decision we ever made for ou family. I only considered Challenger or Las Vegas Day School becuase I don't believe in the 'non-profit' classification of private schools that charge a hefty tuition just so they can accept or require donations, like Meadows. Day School seemed to be more technologically advances, but when I looked at the test results for the last 5 years Challenger was far superior. I am extrememly pleased with my decision and pat myself on the back for it. Good Job Mom!

- submitted by a parent
March 16, 2010
My child is enrolled and gets A and Bs. Yes it requires some review at home We spend about 30-45 minutes a night on homework, except on the weekends, when there s no homework. As far as tests go for my third grader, there s spelling/vocabulary, math, science or history and logic every week. We have weekly swim lessons, karate and piano outside of school. She also goes to chess at the school twice a week. There are plenty of festive days throughout the year, including Halloween parade, Christmas parties, and spring picnic, among others. Whatever you do, please choose a private school and stay away from CCSD!

- submitted by a parent
February 27, 2010
Stopped by their open house today and signed up immediately. I have friends who attend but wasn't sure about the place until we met who our kids' teachers will be and saw the kind of stuff they're teaching. I have two kids and have finally found the kind of pre-school my husband and I have been searching for.

- submitted by a parent
February 11, 2010
The academics is the best out there but your child will have lots of homework with no time for other after school activities. Unless, of course you do not care if they get B's and C's (C is the passing grade in Challenger.) What is wrong with the ocassional arts and crafts and parties or even community services? They are not a waste of time but rather a way to give your child a more balanced childhood. Kids can get burned out with the constant nonstop homework and tests (8 - 10 tests every week). Even when they are grown and start working in corporate companies, there will be the ocassional company parties and events. They are just a part of life and Challenger should find a way to give their students a balance. The academics is really good but it is a shame that there is no balance.

- submitted by a parent
February 10, 2010
It's the best school if your priorities are only the best academics. But if u care about a lot of extra curricular activities and fanfare like other schools e.g Meadows School then Challenger is not for you. For me, it's an added quality that their focus is only towards academics and character building not towards extra decor or fancy dresses or donation pleas or parties. Especially I highly recommend their preschool because all other preschools I have experienced including Meadows just waste parents precious time & money by engaging the children mostly in unnecessary Arts & crafts & music and play even though those early years are so so critical in a child's development. His whole base for life depends on that and only challenger realizes this fact. They are very serious about teaching at this early stage as well.

- submitted by a parent
February 07, 2010
I went to this school and i loved it! It taught me so many things, but as i grew older, it be came harder, homework became too much, it stressed me out, but it did mature me more, i would recommened this school as something to boost someone's academic knowledge ten-fold.

- submitted by a student
September 14, 2009
If you're looking for a superior education in academics and values, then Challenger is a great place to start your search. I've seen big leaps in my son's ability to think about things, especially in his reading comprehension and math. He asks questions all the time that keep me honest. I've forgotten quite a bit. At first I was worried about his homework load, but then I talked to his teacher and realized he was he was doing too much at home instead of in class. Since the conference, he spends less than an hour a night on homework. I definitely recommend Challenger for a lot of reasons. See for yourself what the kids are doing there.

- submitted by a parent
July 06, 2009
Best choice I've ever made! After researching other schools in the valley, no other comes close to having a curriculum that could teach my son to be an independent thinker.

- submitted by a parent
May 13, 2009
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- submitted by a student
September 07, 2008
Great academic program! My son's reading in pre-k and loves going to school.

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August 05, 2008
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July 21, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
April 15, 2008
This is an AMAZING school. The preschool is by far the best. My 3-year-old LOVES going to school and cries on the days she is not there. Because of the cirriculum she is already reading at a 1st grade level. We have decided to move my oldest to a different school after completing kindergarten. There is far too much homework. She spends about an hour a night on homework, and I have been warned by other parents that it only gets worse as they get older. If you are looking for strictly academics and your child thrives on rules and discipline, this may be the school for you. My oldest is bright and very creative, we feel this may not be the perfect environment for her. The teachers and staff are great and truly care. But I don't feel it is a well-rounded education that develops the whole child.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 22, 2008
My son went here for pre school it was great but watching the elementry school gave me the creeps why in the world they want to stress little people out with such an overload of homework and expectations is beyond my understanding. get a good education but hey relax they are kids!

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2007
I put my son in challenger 5 months prior to entering kindergarden, he loved it and is now in the 2nd grade. I find the teachers to be good, a little strict but that is because of the method of teaching they employ. Homework can be a challenge and a little over the top sometimes, they could relax it a bit. The office staff is wonderful but some of the parents are over the top. Overall I like the school and feel I am getting my moneys worth (yes it is expensive) but again worth.

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May 29, 2007
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- submitted by a teacher
May 18, 2007
my daughter is in pre-school and so far I've been very impressed at challenger. their academics is excellent and always well advanced than their peers in public school. my daughter is 4 and can already read and blend words. their teachings are very methodical and logical yet very fun - always in the form of songs. my daughter loves it! she enjoys going to school every day.

- submitted by a parent
February 06, 2007
Very academic enviornment bordering sterile and millitant. Excellent academics, poor social structure, very few children have after school activities due to the intensity of the home work, even in Kindergarten! My daughter had to give up all sports due to 1 -2 hrs of home work each day. Unusual culture of people, no one speaks to each other or says hello. All business environment. Incredible academics but too unbalanced for my family.

- submitted by a parent
November 08, 2006
WOW! My son is in Kindergarten at Challenger and is reading everything in sight. He has all the basics down pat after only 3 months! Swift pace, intense environment, but the results are outstanding and my son can't wait to get to school each day! It is a big commitment but my husband and I feel as though we are getting our money's worth each day. The results are quantifiable!

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Challenger School - Summerlin
9900 Isaac Newton Way, Las Vegas, NV  89129
(702) 878-6418
Last modified Challenger School - Summerlin is a Private school that serves grades PK-8
Challenger School - Summerlin Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 54 reviews. Top