The school has an obvious focus on outdoor education, with a lot of nature based lessons infused with other subjects. However, I found the math program especially to be quite strong and even advanced in some areas, which is always a positive. The school's curriculum serves in many ways to transition nicely into private high-schools. Many of the alumni it seems go on into the private system, however our child had no issue transferring to a public middle school afterwards. The class sizes may take a bit of getting used to, however that is to be expected in almost any transition between private and public schools. His reading was actually slightly above the current level that the public system was at, so that was very easy on him.