There are major, inherent biases against girls at this school. Despite girls and boys scoring equivalently well on standardized tests according to the principal, there are zero of seven girls in the school's most advanced academic program, Head and Shoulders. The principal is not effective at correcting this issue, refusing to release gender data and a plan for improvement. He does, however, protect sexist behaviors from teachers. He has acknowledged that girls who score as highly as possible do not get placed in the typical advanced math program and there is no good reason for that. At Fifth Grade Graduation 2019, no girls were recognized for academic achievement while 7-10 boys were singled out. No teacher or principal appeared to have any issue or awareness of this being problematic.