The staff tend to make decisions about your child without your knowledge. Decisions that have devastating or catastrophic results. While claiming to be a school of mindfulness, they think more about the bottom line or the almighty dollar than your child's feelings and emotional distress caused by their poor choices. Children who thrive there should not be dropped out of the school involuntarily due to medical or psychological reasons.
- submitted by a parent
December 04, 2009
I love this school because it's small enough to get personal relationships with teachers and to be able to reach out and get help that you may not be able to get at a larger school or a public one. Also, it's not christian, it's Buddhist.