I think the Smiths, when starting the school, pulled educational ideas from a lot of places. Unfortunately, one of them was scientology, and the school got a bad rap for it. I believe they saw the error of their way and changed that back in 2008 or 2009. But that doesn’t seem to matter. The witch-hunt continues. I know the “about” section on the website hadn’t been changed since it was put up. A lot of people seem to think that makes it a scientology school (because of all the scientological terms), but the truth of the matter is, it didn’t and it wasn’t. That’s just some old info no one bothered to change. That’s all. Some other misinformation – Mr. Hendry left the board back in 2011. No teachers were “fired” for taking maternity leave. That’s just crazy. Do you really think a high profile couple like the Smiths wouldn’t have some of the most astute lawyers looking over their affairs? I also can’t see someone secretly recording conversations. If you think the attorneys would allow that, then that’s just ignorant. The school closed down in what I consider poor fashion. It felt like the owners did not want it to continue, no matter what. Of course that’s their right as the founders/owners, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t hurt a lot of people. The entire faculty were doing all they could to save it right up until the end. They all loved it very much. For someone to say they (the faculty) kept it a secret from the parents is ridiculous. They’re all out of a job now, why would they do that? I’m sure someone will try to bring a suit against the Smiths, but if it’s because they thought it was a scientology school, they’re not going to win. It wasn’t. Not for the last 4 years at least. And I don’t even know if it ever was. It may have used some of its ideology back in the beginning, but does that make it a scientology school? If I sing the pledge of allegiance, does that make me a Christian? I’m not a scientologist. I don’t believe in it or use it or whatever you do with it, I’m not. I just happen to know about the school and think it’s a shame so much misinformation about it is out there.