The dedication of the teachers is extraordinary. The availability of extracurriculars however, is lacking. Students get a good solid education and Jewish values and an enjoyment for learning as well as caring about the world around them.
- submitted by a parent
January 20, 2006
My older son graduated several years ago and while I didn't agree with all of their teaching priorities, I think this school was excellent for him. He became self confident, developed a great sense of humor and made some good friends. He got personalized attention from the teachers, which would not have been possible in public schools because of the class sizes (the school population here is very small)and as a result did well in school, instead of falling through the cracks. My younger child also did very well, but did not need the personalization as much, so he left in the 7th grade, when his brother graduated and is now excellomg in public high school.