I have had 5 children attend thins school and this school leaves a lot to be desired. For the amount of school taxes we pay, we get little in return. They have cut after-school programs for the kids stating "budget constraints" The athletic director/football coach is more concerned about the football team and the team having what they want and neglecting the others sports. The cross country and track team don't have water containers and/or a tent to take with them to meets meaning the kids are out in the sun with no water other than what they can find at the other schools. I would tell anyone looking to move here and have kids attending this school to think otherwise!
over all the school is a wonderful place for children to learn and develop friendships with peers, extracurricular activities could imporve by including younger grades or more extensive in the offerings (not just sports)or open to more than just the students in a particular class. the school has good incentives to encourage student emotional and physical growth. parent involvement is encouraged in almost every aspect.