My child is in the seventh grade at GBeCS and he loves it. The teachers are wonderful and the entire community is so supportive and engaging. Every day he comes home happy and talkative telling me how much fun school is and how much he likes it. The project-based learning principles are perfect for him and he is once again connected to school in a way that he hadn't been in the recent past. The students also seem supportive of one another. I would definitely recommend it for a student who isn't engaged by the more traditional learning methodology and who flourishes in a more flexible hands-on environment. A student definitely needs to have a strong sense of independence and a self-directed approach to learning. Not great for students with behavioral problems as the community is so small and it would be too disruptive for such a small class size. I am *very* happy with GBeCS.
Great Bay Elearning Charter School (M) is a charter middle school in Town of Exeter. 17 children attend Great Bay Elearning Charter School (M) and identify as White, non-Hispanic; Multiracial; and Black, non-Hispanic. 24% of the 17 students here have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at Great Bay Elearning Charter School (M) is 14:1. Heronfield Academy is one of the nearest middle schools.
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