They respect a diversity of ideas and don't try to force them on students. The community implicitly trusts each other and Steller prepares students to think and manage themselves, which is more important than any fact they... provided bygreatschools.net
No title by Robert (Scott) Turney, a parent on Jun 7, 2006
I am disappointed in the lack of moral discipline in the school, as observed in the hallways and student lounge area. The principal and teachers have a 'hand-off' attitude, they do not concern themselves with teaching proper... provided bygreatschools.net
No title by Rebecca Grabman, a former student on Dec 2, 2004
There are downsides to the school, too, of course. There courses and faculty are somewhat limited, and it's certainly not the ideal place for students lacking motivation (though many people have found it after coming to Steller!).... provided bygreatschools.net
No title by Ryan Schlueter, a former student on Nov 4, 2004
I woke up everyday happy because I got to go there. At Steller there is so much opportunity for whatever you want to do with you life, and the teachers. The teachers are more freinds then they are teachers. Of course we (the... provided bygreatschools.net
No title by a former student on Jul 25, 2003
The main thing I knew when I went there was that it was your responsibility to have your work in on time and teachers didn't hassle you if you didn't turn it in,You also had the choice of when you want to go to class,you... provided bygreatschools.net
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