I was a student at this school many years ago. All of the teachers had (only) a High School Education and all teachers taught EVERYTHING, which is ridiculous. When I entered College I had a lot of catching up to do academically. Thank God I was able to catch up and now I have two degrees in Business and Accounting. I'm shocked this school is still open. Don't send your children there.
The teachers are not competent. My daughter's teacher was the secretary and the next school she became my daughter's teacher and she was not doing a good job. She embarrassed the students by orally stating the students ' grade in front of the whole class. The teacher tried to harm my daughter by pushing the desk toward her chest. She did that because she was not trained, qualified, and aware that she had no right to physically harmed the students. The class was doing excellent and once she became their teacher, the entire class dropped.
She could explain and she was the science teacher, History teacher, math teacher, ELA teacher and just had high school diploma. PLEASE put your children somewhere else. In the long run, your child will be the one who will pay the consequence of having incompetent teachers.
I don't know how many times I have recommended International Christian School to friends and acquaintances. My son just graduated from that school and it has imparted to him the required education, but most of all it taught him how to fear and love the LORD more and more. I distinctly remember during his initial interview with the Vice Principal, he was told "you are not here to make friends, but to learn". He did gain friends through the years but putting his studies first was instilled in his mind early on, something I appreciate. I am most thankful and grateful to the Principal, the faculty, and staff of ICS. For any parent who has qualms about where to send their kids to, ICS is for you!
I graduated from ICS many years ago; I worked extremely hard for the grades I got, and was very well prepared to face the real world. I highly recommend this school for kindergarten through high school.
Where are the teachers experienced? IN ICS. The school does not teach regent courses, so don't expect any sort of diploma. The teachers are very talented at reading textbooks. The school also places "security" cameras in very interesting places.