I love this school. It proves that a dual curriculum is superiot to just a secular one. The focus of Judaic studies teaches the kids how to memorize, conceptualize, process and internalize information. The student teacher ratio is wonderful (small classes). The day is long, but the kids have several free periods, which allow them to get some of their homework out of the way. And last year's graduating class got into amazing schools, with several National Merit Scholarship Finalists - almost unheard of in a class this size. If you want your kid to have a wonderful Jewish Education, without sacrificing their Secular education, this is the school for you.