I have grandchildren who attend this school. One of them had been attending a different school and was falling behind in reading skills. When she started at Image the staff picked up on it and gave her the help she needed. Now she is above grade level and is a regular book worms. Thank you Image staff!
I have 2 children that go to Image. One of them has been attending Image for 2 years now, and I have had nothing but problems with the staff at this school. My daughter is always being teased and bullied, and when I went to confront the current principal about it she brushed it off like it was nothing. I have seen alot of favoritism in this school, If you look different or low income they treat you differently than those who look of higher class. The teachers are also allowed to have their own children in their classroom as students, and they tend to pay more attention to them than the actual students, I have seen it. I am so happy that I am removing my daughters from this school. There is too much favoritism, bullying, and discrimination at this school. So if you want your little ones to go through that, then by all means register them for this school
Love the staff and teacher lacount is a very good k teacher. The school has great principles they teach there students. They care about each child individually. Smaller l grade classes would be helpful
The education is about the same as elsewhere since the 'leave every child behind the globe' act. Three quarters of the year is spent teaching the wasteful test, rather than stimulating our children's brains. That aside, one thing this school really needs to work on is connecting wth the students and teaching tolerance. My daughter has attended this school for two years. Both years she and I have gone rounds with the school due to discrimination because of her eczema. She has mild to moderate eczema...really it's just red and bumpy. However, the kids in her classes have told her she's gross, refused to play with her, ganged up on her, and called her names in relation to a condition she has little to no control over. Her teachers response was to put my daughter in 'friendsip club' to learn social skills. The kids in question, were spoken to once.