About This School
In 2012, Water Of Life Christian School had 18 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The California average is 24 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
Student Ethnicity (2008)
Students Per Teacher (2012)
Water Of Life Christian School Reviews
Poor academics, terrible experience, not accredited
This school lacks in:
Academics - Netflix and Discovery Channel should be a "blessing" for the kids to watch (all day on a Monday, really)? My child has had more time with substitutes than his teacher. The curriculum is supposed to include "technology" class on Monday's but the teacher hasn't been able to schedule it and the kids have only gone once this year. The teacher is overwhelmed with 22 kids, 3 of the 22 being more "problematic" than
Safety - apparently kindergarten children escorting themselves too / from the restroom is ok. Five five-year-old boys during class in the restroom alone is perfectly acceptable (NOT). Somehow an "open" campus that anyone can walk onto is fine but if you are a parent walking down the hallway during school hours is a "no-no".
The lobby is "big brother" where any comments are immediately reported to [retracted] who won't hesitate to call the parents for another confrontation.
The school has little to no customer service. They don't have the resources to add staff (better teachers, more aids) but they do have the finances to add a new building.
I'm very happy to have both of my kids attending Water of Life Christian School. The school is very organized, teachers are amazing and the program is excellent! I highly recommend the school to those parents who are considering private school for their kids. Worth every penny!
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