Someone with the same name as the Owner has written the positive review. Buyer beware. If your child does not have potential for the competitive team or is a special needs child, keep looking. Ask a lot of questions and insist on specific answers. My child attended for over two years. My child was able to learn skills -- so I credit the 2 stars-- but she did not appear to have competitive potential and I learned that this school does not demonstrate that they care about the progress of students without competitive potential; they do not communicate with parents as to benchmark skills and will shift/demote children in classes without prior (or any) communication/notification re: recorded objective measures for benchmark skills or barriers to improvement. Insist on being told who will teach your child and seeing instructor credentials. Ask about any recent staff turnover. A dependable "tuition is due by the 15th" communication is all the useful communicaton we got. Hope it has improved since our bad experience for the sake of the students.