My 9 year old daughter is attending a private school since 2013. As of beginning of this school year (2018-2019) I and some other parents noticed rapid decline in quality of education and removal of the well liked and experienced educators and subsequent substitution of them with the sub-par personnel. Also, being positioned and marketed as an institution able to provide an education from kindergarten to 8th grade the administrators eliminated the 6th and the 7th grade and had only 4students enrolled and present at the opening ceremony in the 8th grade. Several parents including myself became concerned with this development and discussed it for the purpose of determining our next step in providing our children with quality education. Our numerous face to face meetings with the school owners and principal were met with assurances that never amounted to any changes. As parents we decided to seek and pursue other educational alternatives, and found another private school that was willing to accept our children in mid-term. Incidentally, the principal of the old school, who was let go from our current school had became principal of the school we intend to transfer our children.
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