My children currently attend and we think it is a wonderful place for children to grow academically, socially and spiritually. The school had a building project in 2006 and added a science lab, three new classrooms and a great gym. The teachers are caring and easy to work with. The students graduate with the skills that they need to be successful in high school.
It's ok. I wish I had made a different choice for my children, but now that they have made friends there, they want to stay. You are required to sign a form that says you will "handle things in a Christian way" if there is a conflict, but it seems like "handling things in a Christian way" is another way of saying "we'll just ignore it". When bullying and other issues happen, nothing is done about it.