- Orcas Island School District, WA
Parent: With my first daughter, great flexibility in curricula and level of instruction so that I was able as the parent and learning coach to truly tailor the program to the student. It worked as she is currently attending college on a scholarship and with their help and guidance, earned her AAS degree at the same time as earning her high school diploma. Her high school teacher did a great job finding notes to maximize her chances of success at passing state tests. We were very satisfied with both the support and the freedom of this school. I marked school culture as average because it is very difficult with online learning to establish a school culture acceptable to all students. Actually not establishing a school culture is a plus for those used to homeschooling and the culture depends more on the family and community the student lives in rather than the online program and it's demands.
- 430 Students
- 33:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Charlottesville Catholic School
- Private School
- Charlottesville, VA
- PK, K-8
Parent: Our family LOVES CCS! Our two boys went through CCS and are much better young men and students as a result. The overall environment at the Catholic School is exceptional. Academically, the students are encouraged, supported, and pushed to do their very best in the classroom. The teachers do an amazing job of reaching each student individually which translates into a trusting, caring, and successful school experience for the student, the parent(s), and also the teacher. In and out of the classroom the teachers and staff also do an extraordinary job of instilling discipline, self-respect and respect for others, thoughtfulness, and a sense of community and personal responsibility. Our boys continue to excel each and every year both as students and as young men in our community and I believe those valuable traits are a direct result of the foundation, mentorship, and guidance that they received as students at the Charlottesville Catholic School.
- 333 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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