About This School
In 2010, Manhattan Christian Academy had 12 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The New York average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Manhattan Christian Academy Reviews
Save your money! Beware
I had my daughter in that school for 3 years and it was horrible. Teachers are not certified and the principal and staff are rude! A lot of the children in the school are disrespectful. Sept 25th review is right on mark. They are irresponsible and simply rude.
I am a single parent and the money I spent on this school was not worth it. Took my daughter out and put her in a charter school. Do not believe anyone from the school that tells you this is a great school.
LOVE THIS SCHOOL
I am an alumni of this school. I've been there since kindergarten. I love this school. The teachers and staff are very kind. You feel very welcomed. Everyone knows your name. They offer after school tutoring, if you don't understand something, they will help you until you get it. They also have extra curriculum which is really fun. The spiritual aspect is the best. Every morning we get together as a school and have a time of worship and devotion. I still go back and visit.
Be aware! New school year, new faces, and a new way of conducting school business. That's right, if you're willing to give your parental rights over to the administrator and his staff, then this is the school you're looking for. Yes, you'll have very little to say in reference to your child's well being while at school. But on the other hand, if you feel you know what's best for your child's personal needs, simply because you are the parent, then this is definitely not the school to enroll your child in. It grieves me to see a good school turn in this direction. Oh, and don't let the word Christian in their name fool you, there's very little, if any humble Love for others coming from the top at this point, especially when you're in disagreement over the concerns of your child's needs, and more importantly his/her safety.
I pray the ones in charge of this school would read this review and withdraw from the errors of their ways. That they may turn back toward our Savior's commands to "Love thy neighbor as yourself" Matthew 22:39b, and to "do to others as you would have them do to you" Luke 6:31. I pray that in sincere Christian love, they would humble themselves, and respect the concerns expressed by parents and teachers in considering what's best for the children. Remember, we as adults are to teach them, but we most also allow them to be children.
May God bless all the children and teachers at MCA, Amen.