My daughter is in the pre-school disabled program at LOP, and the school is amazing. She has made huge strides since starting, and the teachers really care. The principal takes the time to get to know all of the students names, and that says a lot as well. I am very happy to have her in such a wonderful environment.
My son has attended Land of Pines for four years. Since Mr. Thompson has left, standardized test scores have risen but overall education has declined. After all the good reviews I was so disappointed in the quality of his education. His class spent over six weeks working on testing packets at the exclusion of all other academics. If Land of Pines is the best we have to offer our children in regards to public school, then this Nation is in serious trouble.