The school had an inconsistent discipline policy. Some students seemed to get away with more than others. I've been in the office before and heard the sound of administrators yelling at students. Sometimes they will pull a group together and threaten the whole group with consequences to force a student to confess.
There are kind teachers there and sweet families, but the leadership tends to hire personal friends and connections regardless of their qualifications. If you can break into the "in crowd", you will have a good experience.
There are some questionable practices in the LIFE program. It could be seen as a program where parents are paying for grades. Students are asked to pay for accommodations that are offered to all students in public schools. In our research, our family found that other private schools did not charge for some of the services they charge for. I'm also not sure if all the instructors are certified in special education.