Frankly, if your child is average (meaning an 85-115 IQ), no behavioral issues, no ADHD/anxiety/other issues, is content and/or able to sit still and listen to a teacher lecture and then fill out endless worksheets, they will do just fine and you will be a happy parent. For the numerous families that I know, including ours, who have kids with ADHD, anxiety, are on the spectrum, or who just struggle, this school is an exercise in frustration. There are numerous instances that I (and other moms that I know) have been reduced to tears due to interactions with teachers and leadership. Several families that I know have left the school. I want to give kudos to the Special Ed team who helped me (and certainly my kid) maintain my sanity during our time here. To say it was challenging would be an understatement. I'm still giving the school 3 stars because my kids did learn how to read, write, and do arithmetic. If you and your kids are cookie-cutter people, all will be fine. If not, you might want to do some research and talk with parents whose kids have challenges.