About This School
In 2010, Calusa Preparatory School had 16 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Florida average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Calusa Preparatory School Reviews
Calusa School needs to be a little more selective by the time they accepted the students. They also need to improve her facilities because they really need a lot of work. My son was there for a few years, they were good but still need more work on the facilities, extracurricular activities and upgrade the teachers.
Calusa is a good school. If you are someone who believes in God, then it would likely be a school you would take your children to. They learn more about the Bible. At the same time, if you don't believe in the Bible or have other beliefs, you likely have to be careful. Some teachers are very devout about what they believe and might criticize your beliefs. The school's curriculum is very good but the only thing is that some teachers do not follow it. The students do learn many things, and if a student is very studious, there is no way they can not be successful in the school. Calusa prepares you for college; that is one of their foremost goals. Although it is a small school, the student can be successful after he graduates. There are improvements that need to be made. The school should have a computer class and extracurricular activities other than sports. They should have an actual science lab. However, the teachers do care about the student's needs morally and academically. Overall, the school is decent.
The teachers at Calusa Prep are the most caring people in all of Miami.