I have one daughter who went to Main and is now a Sophomore at the high school, and currently have a younger daughter who is a second grader at Main. Our experiences with Main have been the best. My older daughter is a Special Needs student on an IEP and I cannot express enough how well the teachers and staff took care of her all her years at Main (from Kindergarten on). They truly cared not just about her education, but her everyday physical and mental well-being. The para-educators (aides) who helped her daily were so caring and nurturing. I couldn't ask for better. The intervention specialists really worked with her to help her achieve her fullest potential, every day, every year. The physical, occupational, and speech therapists were also kind, helpful, and attentive to her needs. I can also speak of my experience of Main with my younger daughter, who has attended Main since Kindergarten and is now in second grade. During this second experience with Main, my opinion has not changed--it's still an excellent school. She has had different teachers than my older daughter, and they have been great as well. She is advanced for her age, so I can attest to a different experience (from my older, special needs daughter)--and it's just as good. My younger daughter's teachers have made sure that her advanced skills have been nurtured and that she is given the tools and individualized attention she needs to keep on nurturing her talents. I am very involved in both my daughters' schooling, going into the classrooms, observing interactions, going on field trips, meetings with teachers, etc. so I have seen and continue to see firsthand how well the Beavercreek City School system has educated and taken care of my girls.