What a disappoint this school has been. The school is fine if your child is well-adjusted and needs no help in any way. If your child is shy or falls on the other end of the spectrum and needs help redirecting energies, this school is a complete failure. As is so often the case, problems like this arise from poor leadership. This leadership could not be more poor. Parents don't want to be involved because they just can't wait to get out of the school. The only redeeming factor is that the school is only a two year school.
This school is awesome - plenty of extracurricular activities and projects, opportunities to study musical instruments and language, and a positive, supportive environment with individualized instruction
This is a great school, mostly nice teachers, and from what my daughter tells me, lots of fun, educational field trips and other exciting activities.
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