My daughter loved the learning at the school. She was challenged at her level. I think even more importantly, her teachers cared about her success. With each success in learning, a confidence was built. Each teacher strived to find the key to success. They knew the curriculum well enough to be able to be flexible in its' delivery to spark an interest in my daughter. Core subjects were taught in the first quadramester which left the 3 other terms much more flexible in choice and delivery. When there wasn't an expertise to teach a subject of interest to my daughter, the administration provided an expert in the field (like in art). My daughter was able to reach her maximum potential because she liked the teachers and their approach.