|All ratings (Avg rating: 4.2)|
|Citizen ratings (Avg rating: 5)|
|Parent ratings (Avg rating: 4)|
|by (a parent on FaceBook)
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Love the school and it's challenging program! The IB aspect of the curriculum is wonderful. It's not for all children for sure. It's challenging and the teachers do expect excellence in effort, and participation from families is required.
|by a parent
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
|by a citizen
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
The parent above, who uses the term "bully" in a fit of mindless hyperbole, is simply bitter because her child received bad grades for not turning in work. Far from being a "bully," that indicates the teacher's respect for the students who did the work. I would expect no less. If a child cannot produce in an advanced program, he or she should be removed to an average one to make room for the motivated pupil.
There will always be a small percentage of people who view the world as a source of excuses to blame their or their child's lack of success on. The truth is that academic excellence requires expectations, and in the face of expectations a lazy (not bored - that's just another excuse) student or two figured out that if he kept his mother mad at a teacher (by lying about the teacher), the mother wasn't mad at him. It must be embarrassing to be played like a cheap piano by a twelve-year-old...
In any event, the awards and accolades collected by this school and its fine educational staff speak for themselves.
|by a parent
Sunday, October 31, 2010
Bully teachers and a bully principle. Teachers are not held to the same standards as the students. IB attributes are punctuated every day to students and students are not lead by example. Great teachers with a vision and creative teaching skills are squashed and intimidated. It use to be a great school but now a small empire has been built and if you do not fit in the box the principle has created, you are asked to leave. Bully teachers, apply here. You will be encouraged to suck the soul out of children.