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Are students generally challenged appropriately by the curriculum? Please describe any particular strengths or weaknesses in this area.
I can't speak for other students. My student was not challenged at all. IAS was our student's 7th school. She came in to 10th grade three credits shy of junior year based on IAS's graduation requirements. Being a small school, they were not equipped to deal with her. She had already taken most of the Sophomore courses and the director suggested she just repeat the courses so that she'd be with the rest of the class for junior year. This is a religious school. We didn't have a problem with that until our student came home telling us what was taught in school - "the Earth is only 5000 years old", "Evolution is a lie", "If you have a tattoo, you're going to Hell", things like that. - Jun 12, 2017