I've been very pleased with this school. Our family have had four children graduate from Cedars of Lebanon Academy. We feel they have had an excellent education there. When our two eldest daughters entered college, they were ahead of their peers in the education they received.
I've attended Cedars for a cumulative of seven years. This school is pretty great. The classes are small. One gets to pretty much every person in the school because it is so small. The teachers care about each student's progress and maintain good discipline in the classrooms. Granted, there are not a lot of extra-curricular activities but this school is a ministry. They do not charge tuition: they run a dairy to support the school. I could go on and on, but I won't. :)
As an alumnus of Cedars of Lebanon, I have to say I am pleased with the education I received there. What I learned, I learned thoroughly. I had no major difficulties stepping into a University learning environment. Since graduating, I have visited the school a few times and have been re-impressed with the caring, scholastic environment there.
As for our 2 children I am very unhappy with this school. One teacher only had 4 students in her class room and my son was having trouble in math and we asked for her help and she said, I don't have the time to stop in the middle of everything to help him. As for him he is in another school. The principle said, He didn't have anything to discuss with us, due to the fact our son was gonna have the same teacher again this past school year. As for my other son he is doing fair but was retained and i found out that instead of being taught 1st grade this year he has been taught Kindergarten. So Public or Private i do believe there is teachers and there is those who are and aren't and I believe if they aren't called by God then they are just there.