This is one of the worst schools you could ever enroll your child into. The classes do have a very good teacher to student ratio, but that's only because everyone else was smart enough to not enroll here. For the people that DO go to school here they are grouped together with 3 classes at a time (at least in my experience). Maxwell has no idea how to teach and 99% of the time she's making notices in MS Word about how they no longer are allowed to sell soda or something. Any inclination at a greater capacity in thinking is thrown away as the school has no means of understanding where its students actually stand because the grading system revolves around 2 or 3 arbitrary tests throughout the school year (with the exception of grammar and spelling).
I literally had to self-teach myself all the material since the teachers were either gone or shouting some half-baked profanities or slamming whatever heavy object they had on their desk to intimidate the children. At one point in time she even brought the 4th-5th grade class into the 3rd grade classroom to be yelled at one-by-one.
Apparently a new preschool teacher was hired. That's great, I cannot give my insight on her, but I can tell you that Maxwell is the absolute worst person to keep your children around. She is obese, but she'll insult the physical appearance of your children (she did to me at least). She says it's a school that accepts all religions, but forces roughly 2 weeks of forced Christmas song singing with no education being held during that period. Of course if you're mormon or jewish you are not forced to sing or perform, but they will receive even less than the 1% of education they received prior. The list goes on and on regarding the asinine things she'll put your child through which have NOTHING TO DO WITH THE ACTUAL CURRICULUM, ranging from writing get well soon cards to families you may or may not know to spending entire weeks sanding wooden candy canes. You may have a great experience in their preschool (who cares really?) but I can guarantee you the 5th-8th grade curriculum taught there will not prepare your child for high school WHERE IT MATTERS.
If I stayed in that school until 8th grade when Hixon was there I maybe might've gained enough of an education to make it into pre-algebra (I don't even think she taught factoring). However, with Maxwell now the 4th-8th grade teacher I can assure you that all hope of your child excelling in high school is gone.
Don't go here. If your child needs help they won't get it, if your child is smart nothing will be done to enhance their intelligence.