About This School
In 2010, Joshua Christian Academy had 12 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Florida average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
Student Ethnicity (2008)
Students Per Teacher (2010)
Joshua Christian Academy Reviews
Very Poor school
I called to speak with an administrator one day and unbeknownst to the office personell, she had "accidentally" answered the phone. As I contuniued to say hello, hello, the staff carried on her personal cell phone conversation,which was just a bunch of gosssip. Well after yelling hello so I could speak to someone, I hung up and called back. When I called back, someone different answered the phone and transferred me to a voice mail that was full, so I couldn't leave a message.
That took the majority of my lunch break, so I decided to call later that day. Later that day, I called and was put on hold for about 5 minutes before I hung up and called back. This time I asked not to be placed on hold because I only had a few minutes left on my break and I really needed to speak with an administrator. The individual assured me that the person I needed to speak with was in their office and they would transfer me to them. Well, well, well... I got transferred right back to the voice mail box that was full. I gave up on reaching someone for the day. If I had my way, I would pull my child out of the school because of the lack of communication and the unprofessional attitudes of the staff.
Had family members kids to go there and they were not pleased with excessive Fee.s, poor attitudes of personnell, and the Chapel services had nothing to do with God. Need a lot of prayer for this school as a whole
Poor school that you would not recommend to parents. Nearly all aspects of the school need improvement and there are few if any areas of excellence. This sums it up!!!!!!!
Very poor school.