I am a former law school dean and have taught around the globe.
This is our third year in NACA. We started our son when he was ten.
The school is very flexible. Our son was placed a year ahead in math, no problem. We take a month off for travel when we please, and while it’s harder for him, he gets all the work done by the close of the semester.
The school has an automatic rescheduler, so if your child falls behind, if you want to, you can easily ‘get rid of’ the ‘overdue’ lessons – with the caveat that the lessons the teachers teach the class, which are synchronous, not asynchronous, won’t get rescheduled. Our son never uses those lessons, so it doesn’t matter much to us.
The teachers are very very good. When a multiple choice question doesn’t make much sense, as they are wont to do (even bar exams get questions revoked – after the exam, no less), the teachers often accept an argument and change the grade.
The teachers seem quite good, actually. The head of the French section called me, too, and I was impressed.
They are unfailingly positive, too, which is nice.
Yes, to get a really good grade a child has to work. And I do agree that the GT is too much. But it’s a good program. Oh- the web program they use, a proprietary one, is very very good. I’ve used them all, and even own a decent chunk of an IT company, and their program is indeed good.