I attended this school a few years ago when I lived in Charlotte. I eventually dropped out because I felt I was being nickeled and dimed to death. I was signed up on a contract already with a monthly payment. Every month there was either a belt test fee or a fee for a tournament (in-house) that I was brow-beaten for if I didn't attend. I felt like once I was rushed into a belt-testing after having missed a few weeks for health reasons. I was given the belt even though I fumbled all the way through the form for that level.
On more than one occasion, Master Summers treated us with his political views (staunchly right wing) or his moral views (gay-bashing). When his protege Master Gorino was in town, I also heard him gay bash even though he is an obvious closet-case. I didn't think any of this was terribly professional.
Additionally, once I fell on hard economic times and was had a check returned for non-sufficient funds, I received a letter from Master Summers' fictitious lawyer (no such attorney in the phone book) threatening me with legal action if I did not pay up and fulfill the terms of my contract. Once the contract was up, I dropped out.
I felt like there was an overly-competitive sports-like attitude towards the martial arts at this school combined with a desire to bilk the students for whatever they were worth. This combined with the unsolicited opinions of the staff would make me recommend against this school.