This couldn't be more of a diverse school. The kids are really focused on their art and most of them are pretty happy. So they don't seem to get in quite as much drama, although there definitely is a little bit of that here.
My daughter is a student at this school. The class sizes are too large for many classes (44 in her math class). She did not have an English teacher for the first 2 months of school. The teachers that she had her previous year were horrible at communication-I had to get the principal involved just to get a response from a teacher when my child was absent due to a broken bone. We are moving at the end of this year-CMS schools are horrible-underfunded. Some of the teachers are great-but they are starting to leave for higher paying states.
The teachers my son had were a waste of a degree. How do you take an incoming honor roll student, that tests with the highest IQ at your school and one of the highest in the country, let him fall to a C and D student and not wonder what happened? And when he took the EOG's he was almost perfect on all of them. Obviously he's not a C and D student.