Thank you, Bedford High School, for being the solid educational platform that I was able to jump to college from!Read 176 Reviews, Alum: Williston challenged me as a person and scholar and helped me grow into the person I am today. Different family structures have been included in classroom experiences from the beginning, and my kids attend "Rainbow Kids" with other kids from queer families. I visited all schools public , private and parochial in our area when choosing the best fit for my children. The education is good, helps students who need help and accommodates students that are ahead of their grade level. Best of all, the school supports our family's values and are partners with me in raising my kids.Read 46 Reviews, Parent: I have 2 children enrolled at Bethany Christian Academy. Find out what school district you are in and what school you are zoned for by exploring our school boundary maps. If you make decent grades/try your best, you shouldn't have too much trouble getting into the college of your choice. Cushing's future is bright and I am very proud to be a part of this community again as a faculty member and loyal Alum. The number one reason I chose SPM over all the others, was the academic expectation of the teachers I met and how well they knew the curriculum that they were teaching. The teachers are always available to help you, and there isn't much competition among the students to be the top because we don't have class rank. I had a perfect, amazing high school experience at Belmont High! We have an advisory system in place that has built-in checks and balances to make sure the students get the support they need & do not get lost. Not any bullying or bad drama from what I've experienced so far.Read 148 Reviews, Parent: SPM is a place where my daughters have felt a part of a family. Wellesley High School is a great place to spend 4 years.
I'm also really impressed by how much the school incorporates anti-bias curriculum into every grade.Read 9 Reviews, High School Sophomore: Friday assembly was a great experience at the school where all of the grades would get together to discuss social issues and tie them into cultural stories.
I appreciate that CFS truly does focus on the individual needs of each kid. There is a strong sense of community and acceptance, and diversity is celebrated. The foreign language department is horrible though. I like the small class size and project based learning. Overall, the guidance department is not organized and does not leave any student reassured that their problems are being taken care of. It really emphasizes the community aspect the school prides itself in.
My Seventh Grader loves to learn and there are so many hands on projects and activities to really get the children engaged in learning. The faculty is extremely qualified and we are strong in the arts and sports.