My son was a new student to the school and was being bullied , the school did not step in to remove the child from being around my son. The bulling continued for 10 months till I had to pull my son out of school. The school doesn't follow the laws in bulling and my son did not feel protected, very satisfied with who his teacher was not not how the school took care of my son
All schools large or small, in state or out, can always be on the road map for improvement. Based on our experiences a smaller school can have some advantage, in regards to trasparency and Teachers knowing who their students are Indivdually. Our after school program ehances the one on one Individual experience, most schools offer this program today as well. A smaller school will have a lower friend base- than a larger school thats forsure but remind them that freinds don't get you through High School or off to College, that disipline, dedication, tolerance, respect and working hard will. I tell my children that when you enter the classroom for thge first time you and your fellow students are all on the same page its up to you to make the grade, no excuses. Education is not a one way street.
So much hype about Fayetteville school, but this small school in village of Fabius also has high scores and good teachers. You get good academic program and back yard access to Toggenburg and Labrador Ski areas.