Not really sure what they are trying to accomplish. The values, principles and goals do not align. They have contradicted there self s one too many times. The curriculum for this school lacks interest and is not enough to keep a child engaged. I must say it is one big ball of confusion unless you are already fluent in Spanish and English.
- submitted by a
November 20, 2006
My daugher transfered from a private school that we were paying to FRCS in the middle of her 1st grade year. FRCS welcomed her as a new family member. My daughter is now in 4th grade & loves to read. She also speaks, writes & reads Spanish. I thank God on a regular basis for FRCS. My son is a 1st grader this year at FRCS and loves school.