This is my child's second year at MQH and I'm really considering transferring him out. There is little communication with parents except to ask for money. The amount of homework assigned during the week is ridiculously large, in comparison to the weekend when kids would have more time to devote to the assignments. On several occasions when high volumes of homework has been assigned, I've asked my child what they did in that class, the resonse is that they watched a movie or some other activity not related to the homework. I often feel like I'm paying them, but I'M the one teaching my child. They go onto another subject before testing on a completed subject, wich confuses the children. Often the whole class does not do well on a test. That speaks to the how poorly the lesson was taught, but these teachers don't seem to take any accountanility. It's always the children's fault. Many kids have transferred out mid-year. These are the reasons. Yet the principal either doesn't care or is oblivious. I'd suggest that if she wants to keep students, she ask parents to give their individual evaluations/assessments if the school and teachers and address the concerns. Otherwise they will continue to lose students.