Unless you are hispanic this is a horrible school! I am EXTREMELY disappointed that a child attending an American school is failing because she doesn't know Spanish. The dual language program is basically intended to only benefit children who already know Spanish when I thought they were supposed to be teaching it. She has never heard Spanish in her life and now she is failing and loosing all confidence in herself because she is an outsider in her own country. They don't teach it to her she just gets thrown in and is expected perform at the level of kids who are growing up in Spanish homes. They say she will catch on but until then she has to get a 0% on every 15 word spelling test in Spanish when no one even taught her the Spanish alphabet or their sounds etc. Then for the English 15 words they have extremely simple words such as dog, fog, box, basically stuff they learned in kindergarten so when she does go back to a normal school she will be behind . I do not recommend this school to anyone and I am thankful to be moving soon so my child can go back to a school where she won't be the only English speaking child in the entire school. Other than that the building is ok, playground could be kept up better, the staff are descent, etc. Just doesn't have any diversity at all only Mexican.