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Carman Adventist School
1330 N Cobb Pkwy
Marietta, GA 30062
(770) 424-0666
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private | K-8
County: Cobb

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  DateWhoComments
2/1/2012parentCarman Adventist School is a wonderful place where children are nurtured and receive good education. They have PE everyday, and they are allowed to be kids while they are expected to be respectful towards their teachers. The older students are involved in helping and mentoring the younger ones and there is a clearly visible feeling of belonging when you see the children interact with each other. Overall it is one of the best schools in the area that most people don't know about.
5/27/2010parentCarman is a good school, if you're looking for a safe, Christian environment. Academically, Carman falls short. The administration of the school has been awful, but hopefully things will improve. The new prinicipal who is going on his 3rd year at Carman, is a God-fearing man. He has a good relationship with all the students. Overall, I've been pleased with the school.
3/16/2010parentThis is my daughters first year of school and she loves it so far. Ive experienced compassionate teachers and facilitators thus far. I would definately recommend this school to anyone looking for a faith-based educaton for their precious children. We are not SDA; however, I am satisfied with what is taught to my precious angel.
8/8/2007parentI have been involved with this school for 10 years now - both as a parent and as a volunteer. I have two sons who have attended. Carman is a great small school. I believe in their Christian values and atmosphere and I like the small class sizes. The teachers and staff are approachable, caring, concerned, and understanding. I would recommend this school to anyone who is looking for a Christian-based school for their child.
8/7/2007parentCarman Adventist School is a wonderful place for kids. The teachers are dedicated and love thier students. Academics are strong. The facility is in good repair and clean. The children are happy. Parent envolvement is encouraged. Carman has a family atmosphere. Physical fitness is important as a daily part of student activiites. Sports are taught in the P.E. curriculum and offered as an after school program.
9/23/2006parentThis school has many issues regarding adequate teachers. The math, reading and writing levels vary, but I have observed very remedial and mediocre results from these children.
4/17/2006parentI went to school here for all 8 years and now my child attends. I agree that there are some parents who try to run the place but it was like that when I was there 20 years ago. They have great teachers there and my child enjoys going and he is learning a lot. I would recommend this school to anyone. Parents just need to know that it is not a public school and the funding for the teachers and school is small. But it is a wonderful school! I just wish it was not connected to the church. That is my only complaint.
6/6/2005parentThis was my daughter's first year at CAS and she enjoyed it very much and fell in love with her teacher. I felt that she could have learned more but was very pleased with her overall developement through out the year. I do agree that the parents have too much of a say so and that the teachers and staff should have more control than they do. I am still not sure whether we will be back next year. Since she enjoyed it so much, maybe we will. That's what matters the most. Last but not least, the principal this year was GREAT! Too bad he is gone.
9/13/2004parentMy son attended K-8 here. He had some average teachers. Since they lost the principal in 1993 the school year by year has gone down hill. There is only 1 good teacher left (Teresa Hermann). There are too many parents that are judgemental and critical and think that they own the place. They need to hire a principal that will do their job not just show up daily for a paycheck - i.e. not allow the certain parents to come in and be disruptive to the currculum and force their attitude, feelings and judgements. I am so thankful that my son is out of there. I feel sorry for those who have years left to go. It was a great place when my son first started there.

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