Don't expect your child to get into gifted program unless you are a school administrator or teacher.
Great school if your child is gifted and popular. Not a good school district if your child has special needs, ADHD, Autism, or is in need of extra help. The Special Ed department for kids with ADHD, Autism or any Spectrum disorder is nonexistent, and the only way to get accoms is to move to another distrcit as we were forced to do.
Both my son and daughter have attended this school. The principal there is very dedicated and knows each child well. The teachers are first rate and both kids reall have had wonderful experiences there. They have a lot of hands on learning and extra help for the kids who need it.
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