I am extremely disappointed about the way issues are handled. The school secretary is very unprofessional in every aspect. Appearance and the way she approaches parents is not acceptable. The afterschool program is a zoo and should be managed differently. My son was left unattended in this program with 50 other students running around because the secretary was nowhere to be found. The Principal runs away when confronted with issues. The school needs a better Principal and office secretary who can treat people with respect. I am withdrawing my son and going to another school.
My child has been in this school for 4 years, and each year more is being done to make the school better. The have computer class, art, music from Pre-K to 8th and this year the classrooms have computer interactive whiteboards. My child comes home and is excited to tell me what she learned in school and how she got to use the 'SMARTboard'. The staff is very helpful with scholarship applications. Every parent I referred to the school is told about applying for a scholarship, to make this great education affordable. It IS a very old building, but it's refreshing to see the continual updates. Overall, my child loves this school, and I am happy with the way I am treated as a parent
This school is good installing a great education but as far im concerned my daughter could have gotten the same education at a school that doesn't charge for everything....Dont get me wrong i understand about all the school fees but every time you turn around the kids are bring home notes saying that money is needed for this or that...they really do need to get their act together it just became to costly......Dont send your children there.......
The school is a small compassionate school. It has a lot of character to it. One thing that parents have to understand is that not only the teacher is repsonsible for the education of their child but also the parent. I know that it is hard for parents (Me being one myself) that work, but we have to put our children first.
The school is small and there appears to be one class on each grade level- the classes are big. My son is in kindergarten but I just transferred him because it got too expensive, and I felt like he was being taught out of one of those books you can get at Barnes and Noble. Because I am an educator in a public school, I would have liked to see more differentiate instruction for my son as he bored easily with the schoolwork, and a little more discipline control with the two teachers in the room. On the plus side, however, the 'old school' ways of rote memorization and sounding words out was refreshing to see, and I can't deny my son knows LOTS of things by heart and sight, including Our Father, the months of the year, days of the week, and counting to 100.
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