I started at this school with really high hopes and I have been a regular volunteer. I have one son who is classic add, but because he isn't a behavior problem and came in knowing a lot of the material already has been pretty much ignored and when I express concerns that he hasn't learned new material or he is struggling with certain things no one offers suggestions or assistance because he is "good enough". No interest in teaching to his potential or helping him learn, the classes are too full to do more than teach to the test. My other son has been diagnosed with severe depression and anxiety, and is very gifted and the leadership has been AWFUL. It's like they don't know what mental illness is, when I was asking for accommodations I was literally told, "that's life" and the principal went out of her way to belittle me and my son, I ended up having to get the district involved. If you want your typical child to get an average education with sweet teachers this is a great school. If you have a gifted and/or special education child, run away! I've seen them be great with the severely disabled children, but with Asperger kids or children with impulse control problems they have no idea what they are doing, and I've seen aides and teachers make a mildly difficult situation a disastrous one because they don't have any patience with these children. Their gifted program is a joke at the lower levels, there's a slight amount of in class differentiation but if you have a child who's a couple grades ahead it's not going to offer anything other than frustration for your kid and you. In my case, I will say once I got the district involved everything was much better, so I think overall Beavercreek is a good district, but I don't think I should have to do that to get results. I'm surviving the rest of this year and then getting my kids out of there.