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Gail VanMatre We live in a very rural area offering only a city high school and a county high school. The two best private schools are each 20 + miles away and very expensive, but one of those would have been the best option. He and his wife live in Raleigh. They will have more options if they have children. DuncanandTerry Bryan This was my experience years ago going to public school in low income neighborhoods. Yes I did learn to appreciate different kinds of students, but I was not prepared for academic excellence in college coming from a low income high school. I never learned to study in high school because I got As without having to work hard. I agree with that observation too.

The exact reason we left PS to homeschool. My son in middle school was abused daily in the class room, on the bus, in the locker room and nothing was done. Behavior from students was absolutely out of control. His thoughts were so broken about who was as a young man, child of god and that he was deemed worthless. The school did NOTHING to help us. Nothing just lip service they were handle it. They handled it by doing NOTHING as he grew into a deeper whole of depression and would rather die then go to the building another day. This is not just our story but for so many children suffering daily in the classroom. I’m sorry your dealing with this but I pray god gave you this experience to help bring it to a bigger conversation. I think middle schools are a cauldron of behavioral problems. Kids are kids and this is a rough developmental phase. Some teachers simply stir the pot. Others learn how to tend to it, season it, and make something great of it. I believe strongly that good heads of school understand how to make “tenders and seasoners” out of “pot stirrers.” It takes time, oversight, and training. But I DO believe it matters who’s at the helm.