This school isn't good at all! The academic programs are not up-to-date, with children learning topics that are no longer learned in the state. There are no art, music or sports program. Parents are not even involved of what happens in the building. The principal has some nerve to open windows on an extremely cold day and not allow teachers have their students get their jackets. Yet, parents are paying for this school. However, what is the school doing with our money if we have so many antiquated mateiral? I am just glad that this school is closing in June.
- submitted by a
September 09, 2003
transfiguration is one of the best schools i have come across in brooklyn for discipline and leadership, i recommend it highly