Has potential but financially must be hurting. The school is very dirty and disorganized.
My daughter attended here this year. This school was a big disappointment. The school is set to accept the Carson Smith Scholarship athough is not equiped to handle children with special needs. They made many promises that they can not keep. If your child is on the normal mainstream level they would get a good education here. If your child needs any special needs help do not trust them. For example my child that has been known to wander when not supervised was left on the playground by herself.
Grades just came out and my 9th grader just went from F's last year in public school to straight A's. Originally he was in the gifted student program in elementary school, but when we moved to Riverton they didn't have a gifted program in the public schools and we elected not to send him to the gifted school thinking that the move and the school was too much pressure. Well, he did well in elementary school until Junior High hit. He then refused to work. This turn around is truly amazing and he loves the academy.
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