I think Harmony is a good school because of the low student-teacher ratio, and the high rate of parental involvement. There are quite a bit of politics involved, i.e. the teachers are inclined to cater to the students if the teacher is friendly with the family. Also, student contests are suspiciously won by either employee's children or good friends of the employees. School is for the education of our children, and Harmony does a good job educationally, but socially they are a 'clique'.
- submitted by a
February 23, 2004
Harmony's education princibles are based on a monetary caste system: Those with money and/or social influence call the shots. It is all about social politics. Glad my children are finally out of the equation.