Horrible experience my child had their. It all starts with horrible administration. Just read the Pam The Principal's opening letter on the website. It's like a child wrote it. The teachers who shouldn't be teaching, like Lee Francis who step on our flag as an "example" of free speech. Should be fired as an "example" of an unprofessional and disrespectful POS.
If you truly care about your children and their education this choice school is a bad one. The administration only cares about the numbers at the end of the year. Your child's safety is the least of their concerns. The principal boasts of having the least fights of any school in the district but this school also has less than 1/3 the amount of students. Fights that do occur the administration calls "horse play" and then they don't have to report it to the superintendent's office. Even if this was not the case the mark of how safe a school is should not be how many fights happen. Bullying is rampant but just as quickly dismissed by the administration. In fact if you do dare to report it be warned in advance the principal's first reaction is to defend the accused. The curriculum is very limited and they compensate for it by requiring more than the county guidelines to graduate from this school. Maybe this would be fine if the courses were more than basic classes but they are not. They use their required courses to justify just how truly limited their course offering is.
When we were here we were a bit disappointed that it wasn't truly a "Classical Education". There seemed to be some problems with curriculum and some of the educators were horrible. Thank goodness my kids survived. We moved to a much better state and they are getting a much better education to finish up their high school years.
I attended this school near the tail end of the 2000s. I found my experiences from this school to have prepared me tremendously for college. I was even able to keep up with private high school graduates easily in undergrad and I was not even near the top of my class at Massey Hill. That's how academically rigorous our graduating class was. Its not perfect, no school is unless you're willing to shell out a ton of cash but this school was more than enough to prepare me for college as a STEM graduate. The best part was that it was all FREE as a classical public school. Majority of the teachers go above and beyond the call, the student atmosphere is relatively laid back and I am glad to have had such a focused education. I would strongly recommend this school for any parent who would like their child to obtain a high quality education for free that will prepare them for university level work. This school is essentially a public school with private school quality.