This school might be okay if you're children do not have any kind of disorder but if your child has a disability they would rather choose to not deal with them. They don't like compensating for children with special needs. Also the principal flat out told me that ADHD is not a real disability when me and his therapists office were trying to get him help.
My son started out in a kindergarten class pretty much on the bottom of the perspective when he had taken the kindergarten evaluation. He can now read books to me, count to 100, tell time on a hand watch, basic add and subtraction, he knows his birth date, his address, his phone number and how to spell his first and last name! I am more than impressed! 98% of this teachers entire class has accomplished that. amazing!