As my oldest three children went through middle school at a bricks-and-mortar school, I became increasingly unhappy about the quality of the education and learning environment. I felt there was a lack of communication to help me keep my son on track, and the girls would come home with story after story of the things that went on during the school day, including the way students were treated. I saw a lack of motivation in my kids to thrive.
I knew I needed to find something new, so I started researching and found a story about MCA being approved — I knew this was the answer. I was impressed with the curriculum and the ability for me to be more involved in my kids’ education. When we first enrolled, my two oldest children, Seth and Sarah, were freshman, and Autumn was in seventh grade. We went into that first year with the thought that we would give this a try—but it didn’t take long before we were sold.
I was impressed with the curriculum and the ability for me to be more involved in my kids’ education.