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Castilleja School Violations

Original post made by Old PA on Aug 16, 2013

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Castilleja failed to comply with the current CUP and overenrolled 33 extra girls this year, 50 extra girls last year, 22 the year before, etc. This caused even greater traffic, noise, parking issues, etc. for the neighborhood. We are holding the trustees of the school accountable for allowing Castilleja to break the law for almost a decade, cover up when discovered and invent ridiculous reasons to rationalize their over the legal limit enrollments, such as: not understanding enrollment compared to daily attendance and that they need a certain enrollment number so that each grade can be evenly divided by four. These administrators are BAD role models for their students.

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Posted by Old PA, a resident of another community
on Aug 16, 2013 at 11:56 pm

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