December 28, 2005
I have first hand experience working at this school in their general studies program, and what I can tell you is that the administration creates an appearance of order and productivity from students, but, the students are, overall, extremely difficult and overworked. There are roughly 40% of students who have serious learning disabilities and should not be in the school, because the school does not have a LD program. How they deal with the problem is by putting Learning Disabled and low performers in the same class, which is categorized as 'S' for 7th and 8th grades. The 'S' classes have little to no learning going on, and because of the large number of these students, some are assigned to other sections, which seriously impede the learning process. The principal of the school cares primarily about satisfying the parents at the expense of teachers and high performing students. out of type...
- submitted by a teacher