This is a great school. Parents care, teachers care, students are motivated. Lots of going the extra mile to make it the best environment possible. The two-star review is the funniest thing I have read in a while. It's "overrated" because parents are too involved and are trying to make it like a private school. How terrible! Oh, and throw in some nonsense about race to make it seem edgy and legit. That's reprehensible. Stuff like that is why people don't trust internet reviews.
I would also disagree with the opinion that it is not a good school for kids w/ learning differences. Our son is on the autism spectrum and so far (2nd year), both the in-house staff as traveling district therapists have been great. Exceeded expectations. Very involved parent involvemet, too.
I completely disagree with the review that states Moss Haven is not a good school for children with learning differences. My daughter has learning differences, and her teachers, the counselor and other staff have bent over backwards to accommodate her needs. We meet regularly to discuss her progress, and I communicate with the teachers daily. Her reading skills have improved tenfold after discovering her differences and making appropriate accommodations. The school has a very close knit, family feel - a throwback to when neighbors all watched out for each other's children. There is a huge sense of community at Moss Haven and within the neighborhoods that Moss Haven serves. Moss Haven is a loving environment where students thrive.
Terrible school for students with learning issues. Not tolerant at all. Principle is an @ss for lack of a better term. Constantly finding faults with children instead of building up their self esteem. I will be moving from this neighborhood to find a better shool and district that can best fit my childs needs. Moss Haven is definetly not it.