I do not brag about this school as their poor performance in the financial department has caused me such grief that I am transfering. However, were I to brag it would be about how passionately dedicated the professors are. Not only are the professors great people, but they care very much about their students as people and about the school. A year or so ago, the core professors all accepted a cut on their salaries by half just to help the school stay open. You can not ask for better teachers.
I brag about the equestrian program that they have and that it is nationally ranked as being #2 in the country for their program. Also, I brag about the science labs because it is the size of a football field and there can be about 4 classes going on, but you can't hear what the other classes are talking about. Also, this is a wide-opened room without any walls and the classes are right beside eachother. I am extremely excited to attend and I brag about everything at St. Andrews.
Everything we do here is hands on. After ample classroom instruction, I get to go out and practice what I learned. In my education classes, I do field observations and practice creating and teaching a lesson to the class. In my therapeutic horsemanship classes, I practiced teaching in labs, and now I?m teaching real riders with disabilities under the supervision of my professor. I?ve never learned so much so quickly, and I?ve never had more fun in class.
I tell them how beautiful my school is, and how the people, classes, and faculty are amazing and helpful. All of my friends know how much I love my school. I tell my friends back home about the grear classes I get to take, and that I am chanellged everyday in each of my classes and only in a good way. I wouldn't want to be anywhere else!
Our school is considered to a small campus which makes you feel as though you are in high school again. Having that kind of feeling makes you feel as though you can have a closer relationship with your peers and professors.
The campus is beautiful with the green grass and trees. There is also a lake that I enjoy passing on my way to class.