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K-12
Public charter
Waxahachie, TX
Students enrolled: 1,774

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3295 U.S. 77
Waxahachie, TX 75165

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(972) 938-1001
(972) 937-0503
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April 17, 2014
I would continue to rate this school as being slightly better than average. Although it seems to have lost some of it's luster over the years. I'm starting to question the curriculum as the topics seem to be haphazard within the courses. Homework has been unpredictable and tutoring starts to late for struggling students. All in all, still a viable option when compared to the local schools.

- submitted by a parent
February 08, 2014
My question is, if some of the reviews posted here are so fantastic, how come the TEST SCORES posted show how low the students are scoring? I dont agree with the students scoring so low. They barely passed the new STAAR exams. Life School concentrates too much on the students not talking at lunch time, not having their shirts tucked in, not throwing a piece of paper in the trash without getting a tally. There are no field trips, senior trips, community service, no incentives at all, no motivation for the students to want to go to school. The core classes are not challenging enough to keep the students occupied. The extra activities are just a few and poorly organized. Dont waste your time getting your kids here. They will become stressed out without a way to get better.

- submitted by a parent
December 17, 2013
Families and students taking education seriously! We left ROISD 2 years ago to attend Life School Red Oak and have not regretted our decision to do so! They do not have to tolerate poor behaviors from students and I am so grateful for their attentiveness to this. My children have been allowed to enjoy their education with little to no interruptions from the teachers trying to correct other students. My children are excelling here and are honor roll straight A students. I am very satisfied with the coricullum and disipine programs here. If you are serious about good education and raising a child to respect others this is the school for you and your child.

- submitted by a parent
October 07, 2013
This school could be great, if not for the absolutely ridiculous tally system. I am all for standards and rules, but holding a 5 year old to the same standards that a child much older is held to is ridiculous and futile. The school changed my child's teacher 5 weeks in to the year. With the first teacher, the was never more than one tally given in a single week. Since the new teacher has arrived, my child is now facing suspension and withdrawal from the school (keep in mind this is over a 3 week span of time). I do not excuse poor behavior, but I also do not feel that this is the way to help a 5 year old learn that people support them and care about their success. The academics are satisfactory (however somewhat less advanced than what I had anticipated), and the office and teacher have been communicating with me frequently, but none of that really matters when a school chooses to give up on a small child. I am currently looking into other educational avenues for my child and will be pulling him out ASAP. He should not have to tell me that "it doesn't matter how hard I try, my teacher doesn't care."

- submitted by a parent
October 02, 2013
This school came with high recommendations. We are 6 weeks into my daughter's 1st year there (Kindergarten) and very happy thus far. Parental involvement is a high priority with this school. They don't allow disruptive behavior like regular school districts have to endure, which allows them more time to focus on learning and less time dealing with problems. High test scores show their dedication to education.

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2013
Our son attends kindergarten at life school red oak. Hands down, this school isn't only on top of education they teach the kids to think outside the box. We absolutely made the best choice sending our son to LSRO. My advice would be to find out for yourself, visit the campus, meet the staff and ask questions. The campus always clean, the staff are friendly and very informative.

- submitted by a parent
August 03, 2013
We have two children in LSRO. Great teachers, great environment and great program. Our daughters are very happy in LSRO

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2012
We have two children that go to LSRO and we think very highly of the educators there and the education that our kids are receiving. We have been there for 4 years and have had a great experience. The school has grown a lot so it is not as tight knit as it was but because of the great teaching people are drawn to the school from many area districts. It is a school that has many Christian teachers and leadership who care deeply for the students and want them to be excellent in learning and life! I would highly recommend this school!

- submitted by a parent
March 22, 2012
Lifeschool RO has been our school for past six years and we love it. We have an elementary age child and middle school age child at LSRO. Our children are being taught to be critical thinkers, display great character and the value of working diligently to task. LSRO reinforces the character traits, work ethics and respectful behavior that we teach at home. It is a perfect fit. Yes, LSRO is firm on expectations for parental involvement, consistent respectful character of our children and excellence in academics. Even with changes in curriculum and administration LSRO has been true and consistent with their core goals. As in "life" no pun intended, we have had some challenges on occasions at LSRO but we were always welcomed and heard when we spoke to administration. There truly is a "Lifeschool Way" at LSRO and it comforts me to know that even as new teachers come in or there are administration changes it's not LSRO's "first rodeo" and communication, core goals, academics remain consistent. That consistency is evident as you do your classroom observations, walk the halls, sit in main corridor. You will find caring teachers with excellent classroom management skills.

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2012
We love love love this school! Great teachers and staff! My children have leaned more than book work at this school they have learned how to be leaders; Thank you Life School!

- submitted by a parent
December 10, 2011
I am disappointed and frustrated trying to communicate to solve any problem that you need to discuss. It appears some students more or singled out for special watchingt. First of all, the parents pay for cell phones and the school takes them up from (not all students using theirs only the ones they have decided to watch closer). The RULES (I am sick of hearing that too) require they keep them five days and then pay $15.00. This RULE needs to be modified because some students have the only way of communicating with their parents if they have a car problem or need to work or anything else, but the school does not care about all of its students. I would like to stand in the hallway between classes and see how many phones I can collect and receive $15.00 per phone. It is not just the phone incident that is a problem. I had a child wear a jacket that the school said was against the rules and it was taken by a staff. She knew who the jacket belonged to but put it in the Lost and Found area and the jacket was stolen. Of course it never the school's problem. The rule does not want any negative remarks made. That is not a fair representation of how some feel.

- submitted by a community member
December 09, 2011
Standards have risen! My son attended Life School Red Oak from 2nd - 6th grade. We moved him to a privace school due to the need for more academic challenge. After 3 years away, he wanted to return and finish high school at Life. I reluctantly looked in to it. What I found is that the school had stepped it up academically and in sports, drama, music and more. They offer AP, Honors and dual credit classes. The boys basketball program is better than any in the DFW area due to the top notch positive and highly disciplined coaching staff. So very happy our son is back there. NO REGRETS!! Thank you Life School for always striving for excellence!

- submitted by a parent
June 17, 2011
We had high hopes, but were very disappointed. The teaching staff is almost exclusively young and from SAGU in Waxahachie, with very little experience. Dr. Wilson paints a very rosey picture, but be sure that you do your research before putting your child through this school. It has a very narrow curriculum. We pulled our child and will be attending ROISD, where our child's peers have been involved in so many wonderful classes and extracurricular activities. Be sure to visit the TEA website and jot down the official scores before buying into what is presented at parenting meetings. You should definitely visit before putting your child here.

- submitted by a parent
May 23, 2011
Life School is a good choice if safety is a concern but if you are looking for sound academics, go somewhere else. Do not be deluded into thinking that high TAKS scores are indicators of sound academics. Please note that the new state tests, STAR for elementary and EOC for secondary will be made with the help of College Board, who produce the SAT, ACT, and PSAT. These tests are assessments that Texas students are notorious for failing. Recent data shows that Texas students can pass the TAKS and get commended for 9 years but these same students cannot pass the SAT. Two years ago I asked an administrator at the admin. building why they do not offer AP classes when PreAP classes can be taken. His response, It s not like these kids are going to Ivy League colleges or anything. Until two years ago high school students were accountable for only reading 3-4 books a YEAR chosen by the teacher based on her preference! Questions to ask counselors: What are your average SAT scores? What are your recent scores in math on PSAT? Why have you been allowing students to take PreAP classes by teachers who have had zero training? On average, how many teachers leave per year?

- submitted by a parent
May 10, 2011
Coming from public schools myself, Life School Red Oak has been a a great alternative for our girls. Our girls, now in 4th grade and 5th grade, love LSRO. Like any school it has its issues but to call the school superficial is untrue. We are encouraged to volunteer in classrooms, required to earn parenting points by participating and we must sit in on our childs classroom to earn some of those points. Thats not superficial. In comparing our girls academic level to other children in other schools we know our girls are way ahead. My 4th grader is doing algebra at life school, my 5th grader has read over 70 books this year alone, this thanks to the foundation of LSRO and good parenting. As for bullying yes like any school there are bullies but when my 5th grader was bullied while she was in 4th grade by another child the teacher took care of it immediately and before the other child was walked to the principals office my husband was called to inform him of what happened and so were the other childs parents. The other childs behavior was dealt with before the hour was over on that same day. Bullying is taken very seriously at LSRO when reported. Truthfully speaking

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2011
My daughter attends this school. This year was her first year at LSRO. As a parent I was underwhelmed by the administration and teaching staff. Student body is diverse; however, administration and teaching staff lack diversity. Academics are average. As a parent I was disappointed in the treatment I received from my daughter's teacher - clearly not an experienced professional. We were accustomed to receiving homework, but rarely received any homework at LSRO. Parents receive requests for money or supplies daily. School portraits were substandard. Classrooms are small and overcrowded.

- submitted by a parent
December 03, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
September 14, 2009
The student to teacher ratios are wrong on this site. At Life School it is 25:1 from Kindergarten to 4th grade. From 5th grade on the class sizes are larger. Dismissal is hectic. Because Life School is a charter school that serives many different cities in the area, it does not have a bus system. Parents know this going in, so it comes as no surprise. The staff and administration care about the children and do the best with what they have. As with any school, it has its pros and cons. Life School is doing its best to raise student leaders. I think that they are doing a good job!

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2009
A few good teachers, a couple of great teachers, a bizarre administration, Stalinistic tactics that pass as discipline, we'll be working on trust issues with our child for years to come. Indifferent staff, unconcerned administrators, overcrowding. Last year the kids were switched from homerooms 2 weeks into the school year. Parental involvement is only superficially encouraged & the school suffers from bullying. All hallmarks of a lack of educational depth and support. This is not a good alternative to public schools. If it is a school of choice, then it should be your second, or third choice. There's more to a child's education than browbeaten conformaty, and that's said by a parent with a child who does not have behavior issues. The facility is on a septic system and closes with any inclement weather.

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2009
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August 06, 2009
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- submitted by a student
February 23, 2009
This school has been an answer to our many prayers. We have 2 children in the Jr High & 1 in Kindergarten at LSRO. This is our first year & we do not have one complaint. The teachers have all been great & some have gone above & beyond for the students. Some offer before or after school tutoring if the kids need or want extra help. I camped out in the snow & thunderstorms for the chance to enroll our children in LSRO. It was well worth it & I would do it every year in a heartbeat if that is what it took to keep our children there. Our plan is for all of our children to graduate from LSRO.

- submitted by a parent
December 09, 2008
This school is great for the lower level classes. As the kids move up into 6th grade, they are not really being challenged. Discipline is good, but the classes are beginning to get over crowded.

- submitted by a parent
October 25, 2008
This school is really awesome and helps with all the students' needs I have gone to LSRO for 5 years I have been on A honor roll so I'd Like to thank all the 5th grade teachers Mrs.Griffin , Mrs.Daniels , Ms. Bounds , and Mrs.White i highly recommend this school for every one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

- submitted by a student
no rating October 07, 2008
My son has been at LSRO for two years now. His previous teacher was excellent, we appreciated the way she communicated with us daily. The only concern that I have is the fact that the student per teacher ratio is getting out of hand. One reason for choosing LSRO was the quality of education, parent involvement, and teacher/student ratio, and over crowding in public schools, but now LSRO is well over the the state average and each year it's getting worse. In order to receive a solid education, the number of students per teacher should be less than 24-25 students. First thru third grades are important learning years and if a student is not able to get the attention they need early on, they tend to fall behind later. I hope this is addressed in the future.

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2008
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- submitted by a student
no rating October 01, 2008
Life School Red Oak has a good environment for the Elem. students but they lack in their Upper Class. Jr. High and High School students. The students are not challenged,the teachers don't explain the work, the techers seem to be unprofessional and have no idea what they are teaching about. The students can't get help with work and the staff is unprepared for any situation that may arise. Life School also lacks in displine regarding the upper level students.

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2008
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- submitted by a student
no rating July 19, 2008
My daughter went to Life school for the first time this year. She was nervous leaving her 'public'school friends but when I picked her up after the first day she was all smiles. Sure they have to teach to the test but name one district in Texas that doesn't. I do not plan on her changing schools until I move her to college.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 23, 2008
My daughter has gone here since it opened, and now she is going into the 9th grade. My two other children attend, and we are all very happy! The principal, and administration, and teachers all care very much for each student, and want them to excel in every area. Parents do not feel as if they are an outsider, you are their partner in your child's education. My children will all graduate from Life School Red Oak. We are not going anywhere.

- submitted by a parent
May 28, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
March 14, 2008
My daughter is finishing kindergarten at life school and my son will be attending this year. I love this school! The principle is great, the teachers are awesome. My daughter has learned so much, it amazes me. I love the fact that they are all about parent involvement. If you love your kids and care about their education, you will definetly send them to Life School.

- submitted by a parent
March 04, 2008
We have just started this year with LSRO and so far it is great! It is worth the drive! The leadership and teachers are great and really care not only about the student's education but their lives!

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2008
This is our second year at Life School Red Oak. I have two children there, in second and fourth grade. Although the classes are large, my children are excelling and I am very impressed with the teachers and the principal leadership. Kepp up the good work!

- submitted by a parent
January 02, 2008
This is my daughter's second year. We have been impressed my the teachers and the staff.

- submitted by a parent
November 14, 2007
I'v been going to Life School for 2 years now and it's a great place to be and learn!

- submitted by a student
October 01, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2007
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- submitted by a student
August 30, 2007
This is our second year at LSRO. I have 2 children, 1 in elementary - 1 in junior high. They both love it. They are just starting to add more athletic programs, etc as they grow. I would love it if they began things like band. The only real complaint I have is the pick up after school can take a while.

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2007
A great school! Our Grandchildren attend and are doing very well.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 13, 2007
LSRO is an outstanding institution. I was priviledged to volunter in the class room two days a week, and I enjoyed every minute. helping the teacher and the little children was a very rewarding experience. I recommend LSRO to any parent. Withe Quality of leadership the school has. I only envision bigger and better things. I am looking forward to 2nd grade with great expectations.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 11, 2007
This school is the best thing that has ever happened to me.Life School teacher Mr.Davis has taught us allot.He is the coolest teacher ever.My teacher last year was Mrs.Ortiz she never gave up on the class.When you didn't understand she would go over it again.

- submitted by a student
August 01, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
July 13, 2007
As a concerned and involved grandparent, I can honestly say I have never seen a school like LifeSchool Red Oak. After sending 2 of my 3 children to public school and watching the damage it did to their lives, I sent my 3rd child to private school. Even a costly private school with high ratings did not offer the positive all-round education that my grandchildren are getting at little to no cost. Thank you Life School for providing a way for even the underpriviliged children to get a quality life-based education!

- submitted by a community member
July 12, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
no rating July 11, 2007
This is my third year at life school. I am Impressed and dissapointed with different things. The Athletic Department for seventh and eighth grade is growing very rapidly and yes, maybe they dont have alot of money to spend on Athletics but is that what school is about? The seventh and eighth grade do not have the same classes. I would know. Yet the teachers arent the best at explaining things often but they do teach the subjects well. So over all Im so so about the school.

- submitted by a student
June 30, 2007
Life School is a great school to attend!I'm a current student attending the school.I have been there for three years and this uear will be my forth going into my freshman year.The teachers are great!They really make learning funThey also care about the students and help them out.Some teachers will go in early to help tutor or even stay after school to help.The staff/teachers also make sure your kids are in a safe place and take care of them.The parents also help out at the school and are involved.The big difference,to me is that it is a discipline school.That is what I love about it.It's not like the other schools I used to attend.Then there is Mr.Mena!He is a great person and cares abut us!

- submitted by a student
June 27, 2007
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- submitted by a staff
June 15, 2007
life school is terrible! i have three kids who went there. The seventh and eighth grade have the same classes and the teachers do not explain clearly

- submitted by a parent
June 11, 2007
Life School is awesome. My son has completed two years and has excelled receiving top awards in his class both years. While touring Life School, Mr. Mena said something that stuck in my mind...'This is the way we do things because we feel it is the right way to do it. If you do not agree with the way we do things, then this is not the school for your kids'. I knew right then that this is where I wanted my kids to go to school. This school is not for everyone. Much more is expected from both parents and students than is required from other public schools. I think the thing that says the most about Life School is its re-enrollment rate which I believe is around 98%. I will take 25 well behaved kids in a classroom over 15 with 4 disruptive kids any day of the week.

- submitted by a parent
May 30, 2007
This will be our last year at life school red oak. The classes are far too big and the teachers too young. There are not enough aids for the early grades and not enough money spent on the children and instruction. The library is pitiful and their atheletic dept. is off to a slow start. The teachers teach to the test and do not form personal relationships with their students.

- submitted by a parent
May 25, 2007
Life School Red Oak at first sight would be a good school. But the over crowed class room and lack of season teachers are at its highest. I thought that this was the way to go after private school. But after two years and 27 to 30 kids in a class room later this will be my kids last year. I think that life school may be growing to fast and to many students that are bright are not being challenged. So I guess I will just have to stick with what I know best and thats paying for what I want smalller class room and more challenging work.

- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2007
Life School is an excellent school. The principal definitely leads by example. The tally system works well and is an effective filter for those with discipline problems that would distract educational time from other students. Some teachers are young, but I would rather my child be with a teacher that is young and energetic and eager to teach my child, than a seasoned teacher that is just trying to make it to retirement. I can't say enough about this school. It may not be perfect, but it is definitely working to get there. Good job!

- submitted by a parent
May 17, 2007
The majority of teachers are too young, the classrooms are too small and there are far too many children in each class. I haven't found classes this big anywhere but the Houston ISD. I do like the classroom management of the teachers, and I love that the majority of the teachers really love what they do. I wish that there were better programs for kids that need tutoring and there needs to be an improved physical education program. The administration seems unqualified at best. My kids deserve the best! We will look elsewhere.

- submitted by a parent
March 20, 2007
I am pleased with the overall quality of Life School Red Oak. I think that they should offer extracurricular activities for the younger children. I also think that the class size are to large.

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2007
Life Charter is a learning institution that is in place to support or enhance what is being taught at home. We as parents should set educational standards at home. Life Charter s staff is not the friendliest nor do I receive a warm and fuzzy when I approach the principle during PTA, nevertheless Life Charter remains an exceptional place for higher education, socialization and diversification.

- submitted by a parent
January 26, 2007
6th grade was good, 7th grade was bad, 8th grade is so-so. Not real impressed at this point because my child received a tally for not turning in her progress reports that we received on a Thurday and had to have back in by Friday a.m. and did not know. I was not through reviewing them therefore I feel the tally is not fair, besides 8th graders should not receive such an elementary dicipline especially when she had no control over when I was ready to sign them. I also feel that this school has lowered their standard in the last 2 years. This will probably be our last year at this school because of the direction we feel the school is going.

- submitted by a parent
August 09, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
July 28, 2006
Life School is wonderful! We actually job transfered & moved to the Red Oak area in hopes of attending LSRO. After a short wait for enrollment, our children have shown tremendous growth both in knowlegge and character. The teacher/parent involvement is amazing and it is encouraging to know there is a school that cares more about the quality of students they have than the test scores they produce. Not to mention LSRO has incredible test scores to boot! A+ all the way!

- submitted by a parent
July 15, 2006
I recommended Life School Red Oak to my daughter. I am pleased with the overall quality of this school. As a high school teacher, I tend to be very suspect in evaluating schools. Many leave much to be desired from an academic perspective. Life has our family's stamp of approval. I am astounded at comments my grand daughter has made regarding science. I've received a refresher course on the Solar System from a five year old to boot! The fact that the school makes no difference in children relative to race, creed or ethnicity is also appreciated. In my opinion, Life School Red Oak(though not perfect)is a warm and nurturing environment. It's a great start for any child. If this school keeps its current academic pace, it may well give Highland Park Unified School District a run for its money at a fraction of the cost. At this juncture, well done!

- submitted by a teacher
June 09, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2006
I think Life School Red Oak is making great strides in education, discipline, and leadership characteristics among students.

- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2006
This school has been a great asset to my child. The academic and extra-curricular programs are great. I love (unlike most public schools) they apply the importance of character building. My son has struggled a little in the classroom. He is the youngest in his class and is easily distracted with having 25 classmates. But, his teacher has spent much of her time working with him one on one. She has committed her time to tutoring him 2 days a week and she committed to that while he still had a B average. She saw him struggling and was concerned with him learning and wanted him to love to read. They took a field trip and 16 parents attended. The parent involvement is amazing. The staff is passionate about kids as well as educating parents to be all we need to be. Overall, this is a great school.

- submitted by a parent
April 26, 2006
My son has been at LSRO for three years beginning with kindergarten. The teachers and staff are wonderful, caring and talented. PTO has done a wonderful job. Parents are very involved.

- submitted by a parent
April 20, 2006
Well, the first 2 years were great. This third year there is a decline in the dicipline system. The class sizes have grown to state maximum and are larger than most public schools. We will not be back next year as it is really no different & you spend about $350 per kid in uniforms.

- submitted by a parent
March 29, 2006
Great school, in need of some updates, but the academic program is excellent. They are phenominal in instrumenting fun into the arts and music cirriculem. Great parent involvement.

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2006
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- submitted by a teacher
January 13, 2006
I took my daughter out of public school because I had heard so many great things about this school, wrong! This is her second year and it's a little better but we still have some of the same issues we had last year and when you voice your concerns you get their standard response, 'WE'LL CHECK INTO THAT'. They never call you back to let you know if the issue was resolved. Some of their teachers are way too young in my opinion.

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2006
My child has been a student since last year. Although it was only his Kindergarten year, I was thoroughly impressed at how much more advanced my child was compared to some of my freinds' children in public schools. He had a first year teacher who was absolutely awesome! Miss Denney did a great job with her class. The school's policy on mandatory parent involvement is a wonderful idea. This school is one big family. The only thing I don't agree with is that siblings aren't allowed to come with you to eat lunch with your child, nor are they to be brought to class parties or field trips. This makes it difficult for some parents to participate. Other than that, it's a wonderful school and my other two children will be attending also.

- submitted by a parent
January 05, 2006
My daughter has gone to Life School Red Oak for two years. She is now in 2nd grade. I really like the Principal and Superintendent for this school. Their principles are well-grounded and moral.

- submitted by a parent
December 10, 2005
This school is wonderful. The parents are required to be involved and the kids are better for it. The school teaches the Life School principles and each month highlights a character trait. We don't worry any more about our kids safety or about what they are being exposed to.

- submitted by a parent
December 07, 2005
Very demanding school. They do not hold the teachers to the high standards that the children and parents are held to. The kids learn that if you are in charge you are exempt from standards. I have had 2 different staff members point out this is voluntary school and if I didn't like something I should take my 2 children out, instead of expressing myself hoping they might try to improve. I am looking for a better school.

- submitted by a parent
December 05, 2005
This is a great school! Loving and patient Teachers and my children are recieving a great education.

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November 23, 2005
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November 08, 2005
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November 08, 2005
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October 02, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2005
Life School Red Oak is and excellent school to send your child. I have 1 child in Kindergarten there and will be sending my other child in Two years. LSRO has a strong Parental involvement requirement. I like this because you know that the children are there because the familys want them there. LFRO does not tollerate any form of disrespect toward teachers or vulgarity to be used. They do have a corperal punishment system and a tally/detention system before mandatory dismissal. LFSO grooms our children for college. They tell the children every day that they are there to learn and get ready for college. I am so happy with the campus and the quality of education. Please give them a call and set up and appointment with Mr. Mena to see the school. You won't be sorry you did! It's worth you're time and it's a FREE PUBLIC/CHARTER school.

- submitted by a parent
August 30, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2005
This school is exemplary! My son has been attending since it opened, and he has already surpassed all my academic hopes and expectations. By the time he finished kindergarten he was reading! He is now in the second grade, and his reading and spelling skills have greatly increased, and his math and science knowledge is astounding. I'm not bragging on my son as a mother, I'm bragging about this school as a parent. My son isn't exactly a walk in the park when it comes to learning either. He's not as excited about school as he used to be, but if this school can dance with my little devil, then it is to commended. The staff and faculty are all very understanding and supportive. It's obvious that they are here for the kids, and that they love them and what they do.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 15, 2005
the school is new and the teachers are young

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July 28, 2005
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July 28, 2005
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The leadership and tenacity in disciple and learning on the teachers part makes this a A+ school.

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Good programs, good academically. Not so great on discipline strategies.

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Life School Red Oak
3295 U.S. 77, Waxahachie, TX  75165
(972) 938-1001
Last modified Life School Red Oak is a Charter school that serves grades K-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 7 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Life School Red Oak Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 92 reviews. Top