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03/09/2017
By: John S.
Coleman Hall
Profoundly awful. Mostly services Court-Mandated individuals who have no choice and no advocates. Staffed by incompetent morons who long ago sacrificed empathy in exchange for personal sanity and $16 an hour with benefits. Miserable services. Miserable staff. Miserable clients. Truly a dumping ground for those coming out of overcrowded prisons. The rare diamond in the rough as far as staff goes is quickly hired by another, actual MH agency. Trash, through and through.
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05/12/2016
By: Natasha P.
Granger Technical School
Granger Tech is an awesome educational setting for learning hands on skills. Mrs. Lewis is one of the greatest instructors I've encountered. She's very passionate about what she does. I'm a Registered Medical Assistant and I can thank her for that, she taught me many of the skills I needed. Granger Tech would be a great opportunity for anyone and you won't be disappointed.
05/11/2016
By: Craig L.
Granger Technical School
Great Instructor! Affordable! Flexible! just a great experience for me because I work a 9 to 5.Mrs Lewis is always available to answer all of my questions and concern's. I have been looking for a online program like this for a long time! And I found it at Granger Tech!
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05/11/2016
By: Nikki L.
Granger Technical School
Finally! An online college that pertains to my everyday life .. Granger Tech offerings are comprehensive and career-centering. The hours are very flexible for me & super affordable! (that means ALOT being a working single mother).. Mrs. Lewis is more than amazing! She's by far one of the best instructors that I had in life. She's very hands on with her teachings, and she truly wants her students to excel and succeed past their own expectations, which is her goal. I definitely recommend this school to any and everyone!
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09/28/2015
By: Joan P.
Coleman Hall
I wouldn't send a cockroach to live there! The people are very rude and unprofessional and lazy!!!
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07/25/2015
By: Sophia T.
A Confident Driving School
This was my second driving school and it was by far better than my last. I had Mr.Charles. He was very respectful, easy going and made my experience with learning pleasant. I had the hardest time learning how to parallel park, and Mr.Charles taught me with ease. It was much more simple than the previous school A&W driving school. I had an hour and a half lesson before my actual test,which made me very confident. I passed with flying colors. I would definitely recommend this school. Excellence!
01/16/2015
By: Pamela S.
Coleman Hall
This is the worst place to send a loved one or a family member.they make the rules up as they go along. It's worst then jail you have more freedom in jail,and don't try to talk to Someone in the chain of command because they will give u the run around.and if u are sending you're loved one for a drug addiction forget it they smoke more k2 in there then law allows so beware and investigate before u send ur loved one or family member they .
10/05/2012
By: mangaanimefan23
A Confident Driving School
This was the first driving school that I got lessons at. It was recommended to me by my sister. I had Mr. Charles (so did she and her friend). He called and changed my appointment both times though. The first lesson went well and Mr Charles is a good teacher. However on the second lesson he showed up 15 minuter early and I wasn't ready so he sat and spoke to my mom. About 1/2 and hour into his lesson he started playing Jehovah witness testimonials and asking me if my father was a preacher. I later found out that while he was waiting for me he asked my mother "What church do you go to?" My mother told him we don't go to church. So I didn't understand why he was asking me if my father was a preacher. He then proceeded to rewind certain parts back on the tape he was listening to and raised the volume. I didn't protest because I wasn't sure if he was a zealot or not. But I didn't pay $140 dollars to learn about Jehovah. I paid to learn how to drive and I thought that was unprofessional. He doesn't have to play radio music as I didn't ask him to turn the radio on. But there is classical music and Instrumental music out there. I also found out from my sister and a friend of hers who also had Mr. Charles that he played Jehovah Witness testimonials. I will repeat that Mr. Charles is a good teacher for the most part. He was patient and he didn't talk to me like I was an idiot. But after the second lesson I ended up trying another driving school. Pushing ones religious beliefs on other people especially when you are in what should be a professional setting is never cool. If I want to learn about any religion I can check online, go to their place of worship or talk to my family members.

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