My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for SOAR Charter Academy, San Bernardino, CA, USA
My little one has been a member of the SOAR Charter Academy family since 3rd grade. She will graduate this year from 8th and move on to senior high. We are somewhat conflicted. On the one hand, we are happy she is successfully moving on but on the other hand concerned that as she moves out into the wider world she will miss the warm, loving and nurturing environment that has sustained her and given me feelings of satisfaction and confidence.
My child's personal journey has not been without its zigs and zags; but SOAR teaching professionals worked with her, worked with our family and after a rocky start early on, she is now a honor roll student and will most assuredly leave SOAR as one of its top performing students.
Administrative staff is unrelenting in its mission to put the safety and well-being of its scholars first. For our family, there could not have been a better choice.
SOAR while continually developing a rigorous academic experience has continually succeeded in stressing the character and community spirit of its students and parents. I've been to many k-12 schools and I've seen no school that has more parent participation and support than SOAR. Parents come out in droves.
Personally I never feel the need to be concerned with discrimination, bullying, gang activity, violence or drugs. While a part of the overarching society that we live in, SOAR is a tranquil island in an otherwise hectic community where I am always comfortable with my child's personal development.
I would recommend SOAR to any parent(s) seeking a trustworthy environment where their child(ren) can grow. With each year my child has attended SOAR has grown in diversity, inclusivity and professionalism.
I recently retired from a local health and human services non-profit. However, I have taught at the K-12, junior college and university level. I would have no reservations guest teaching on the SOAR campus.
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