"I go to this shcool, and it has been the best experience if my life. If someone has dyslexia or ADD they are NEVER asked to leave... no one gets singled out. There are no blogs you have to check, my parents staay out of the blogs and I'm a straight A student. THey expect you to check your email becaue that is their only way of contacting the parents. For nine years I have devoted my kife to this school and my lifehas been the better for it, so don't you dare out this school down like it's some ssort of utopia that promised everything that you wanted. A child can never be protected from the harm of bullying, there is no way to stop it, and if your kid cannot defend themselves from other kids than it ay just be the way your parenting them. Send your child to this school, it has truly changed my life because of the warm, nurturing, close knit, Christian environment, if it doesn't work out for yor specific kid, don't rant about it on a review site..."
"It is a wonderful feeling knowing that my children are in such a loving Christian environment. The teachers are the best that I have ever seen in any school. I am constantly amazed at the amount of love, energy and enthusiasm that they put into everything that they do. Academically, the reading and writing program is second-to-none. I consistently see writing skills of 5th graders at Mt. Bethel that far surpass that of many high school students."
"Greetings! Selecting a school for your child may well prove to be one of the most important decisions you will ever make as a parent. As you evaluate the many educational options in the area, please allow me to share a bit about with makes our school distinct. At Mt. Bethel, we value community. As a school of approximately 400 families, your child will be known. His strengths, his challenges, his many successes and occasional setbacks will play out in the context of a nurturing classroom and loving teachers who have the time and desire to know him well. You ll form friendships with like-minded families who share your desire for a school that will prepare your child to pursue a lifetime of learning built on a foundation of faith. Mt. Bethel is a Christ-centered, college preparatory school which means that we approach the educational process with a Biblical worldview and with the intention of preparing children to gain entry to and be successful in college. Our aim is to equip every student with the skills they need to pursue their passions with excellence and thereby earn a platform from which to project a Godly influence in the world. As helpful as we hope websites like this can be in describing the Mt. Bethel experience, there is simply no substitute for a personal visit. I invite you to come to our campus and see for yourself what a difference our school can make in the life of a child. I know you ll be glad that you did and I hope to meet you soon."
"Best education, best families - best kept secret. My daughter is in 6th grade and little to no girl drama, they truly love each other. Perfect fit!"
"The bullying is intense among the girls and in our case was encouraged by the teacher who negatively singled out our child in front of the class frequently, even holding her work up to the rest of the class to see a "bad example". The year our daughter attended in Mt. Bethel, she was an emotional mess, crying when she got home, nightmares, low self esteem. It was recommended by my daughters PEDIATRICIAN that we remove her from the source of the stress as the child was experiencing extreme anxiety. Our child had straight A's at her previous private school, no behavioral issues, tested fine & was happy. Now we have moved away from Mt. Bethel, she is is back to straight A's, all is well again, no issue. This never should have happened. Worse... being it's a private school..we PAID them to do this to our daughter. Horrible. The year our daughter attended in Mt. Bethel, she was an emotional mess, crying when she got home, nightmares, low self esteem. It was recommended by my daughters PEDIATRICIAN that we remove her from the source of the stress as the child was experiencing extreme anxiety."