We own one of the trendy little homes in walking distance of this fantastic school. Not only is it attracting deeply involved families but the admin goes out of the way to serve students who are gifted. They allow students to take some classes in Virtual School and the students at Litton can join the Vanderbilt day of discovery program. This program teaches STEM concepts and allows the student to pursue Stem studies they are passionate about.
There is nothing nothing particularly good or bad about this school. It's average. Education is a big deal, but behavior is a big problem. The reward system kind of works, but the discipline doesn't. There's also obvious favoritism from teachers and faculty towards some students. The lunch schedule is horrible. An entire grade level (anywhere from 80 - 120 students) is standing in line e for the better part of 30 minutes, leaving little time to eat. I wouldn't recommend this school to anyone, but I wouldn't be so sure that other school are much better. The school was much better when Bruno was still here. Personally I think Rand hasn't really improved anything.