My children attend SUA and they have excelled more than I imagined. Their grades have improved tremendously with the one on one instruction. The tutoring program is exceptional!
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I completely disagree with the previous comment. I am a graduate of SUA and was also valedictorian of my class. I DID go on to college and had no problem with my academics because of my education from SUA. The teachers there cared about me, and taught me how to study for tests, take notes, etc, and although my ACT wasn't a perfect score, I did make a 23 and was very well prepared for my college career. I also made straight A's throughout high school. I graduated a 4 year college program in 3 years, and have been working successfully ever since. I feel bad for the student that was spoken of below, and I sincerely hope they never read it. What a slam on that poor person! Anyways, I am here to say that as an alumni of SUA, I received a wonderful education where the teachers and staff genuinely cared about me, helped me succeed in high school, and now am a successful adult working in the real world. My education from SUA is invaluable, and I wouldn't be where I am today without it!
I suppose the word "good school" is all relative...but rest assured - academics is not the priority or focus.It speaks volumes when the Valedictorian (straight A student) can't score anything higher than a 16 on the ACT!!! Meaning, she is forced to a community college for her HARD work at SUA. Parents are paying to have a secure Christian based place for their kids until 12:30. If you don't expect a college education at a University afterwards - SUA is the place to be. Otherwise, community college if any college at all!SUA should be ashamed as it robs their students of a great opportunity for an education while dipping into their parents wallets.