There was a deep clean of the school house every week, so everything was kept fairly clean. Security was top notch and everything was kept in order.
There weren't many extra curricular activities available. A person could volunteer at a food bank or at a thrift store downtown, but the school didn't offer any.
The academics were very watered-down and not at all challenging for me. This is due to the fact that many of the students had concentration problems, or had problems with academics in general, so things had to be taught at a much slower pace.
There was only one teacher and he taught on a broad scale. He was unable to help me with my college algebra. However, the classes he taught were very watered down versions of classes you may find in a high school, due to the fact that student there were more likely to be struggling with academics or have concentration problems.