Imagine a school based on common sense principles, where children are individually challenged to reach the pinnacle of their capabilities, and where innovation and ingenuity are employed in every aspect of the school to keep costs low, productivity high, and learning always at priority number one.
The SAE School is a unique, Preschool 12th grade affordable private school opening August 2013 in Smyrna, GA. Our Project Based Learning approach is the cornerstone of a rigorous.. academic program that will propel our students across the finish line at 12th grade as leaders and problem-solvers. Our mission is to the most exceptionally Safe, Innovative and Rigorous school in Georgia!
This school is not what you think it is. The education is not rigorous and the administration is running this school in the ground. Many of the teachers do not have an education background nor to they know what they are doing. The concept is great and it sounds all good at first but the people in charge have absolutely no idea what they are doing.
Posted: 11/12/2014 • Link to this review
This is a school where you can send you kids fully knowing the teachers and staff make decisions with your child's interest in mind. They develop their classrooms, curriculum and environment for the success of their students.
Posted: 1/17/2014 • Link to this review
What a unique and special school! The educators who founded this school took all of their vast experience, cherrypicked what works best,, shed all the typical nonsensical baggage that most schools carry, and created a highly functioning, commonsense, exceptional educational option. A true preschool through 12th grade approach will turn out learners who are prepared to solve problems and take on the world!
Posted: 5/07/2013 • Link to this review
Where to begin?? The Academic Families, project based learning, small class sizes, technology....the list goes on and on... A new way of teaching our kids for the real world! Love the philosophy of college bound!!
Posted: 5/04/2013 • Last edited: 1/09/2014 • Link to this review