Ljbc's bias for the smartest students and the great OED program
I was a graduate of LJBC in 2022 and left not being compleatly happy about my experiance. I strugled to learn and get high grades from year 7 to 12 and despite trying hard to improve myself a mojority of the teachers dident care to help, likely lumping me with deliquent students rather than one with a learning difficulty. It seems that the school, LJBC, only cares to help the top students gain the highest grades, scolerships and awards. If your planning on enroling someone into this school consider their learning abilaties and the pathways they want first.
Despite the schools bias I do recomend the outdoor education program to any present or future student, atar or genural, as the school arguably has the best outdoor ed program ( with many thanks to their incredably experianced ODE director). My 3 years taking part in the program gave me my fondest memories in the school. With well planned and highly engaging activates, providing substantial expericance and confidence in outdoor enviroments and with leadership roles.
I deffently recomend this subject to anyone, and ask that you consider the opportinaties it can provide.
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