I have two daughters at Siena and we are extremely happy with the school. My girls love the school and have opportunities to be involved in a wide range of academic and co-curricular programs. There is a great sense of community at the school and the girls are encouraged and supported to achieve their very best. I have found the management to be very approachable and responsive.
I had an experience quite contrary to the previous reviewer. I have 3 daughters, I sent the older two to a large private school however I felt my youngest would be more suited to a small school, so we chose Siena. If I had my time again I would have sent all my daughters there. My daughter was very shy and struggled to make friends so I contacted the school and the assistance my daughter received was simply outstanding. This would never have occurred at the school my other daughters attended. At Siena, academic achievement is extremely important however is not the absolute priority, rather, the wellbeing of the students it. My daughter has since graduated from Siena, she made numerous friends had the time of her life.
This school has a serious problem in addressing bullying. My daughter has been bullied at this school, when I complained to the school I was told "If you don't like this school go somewhere else". This situation was repeated with some other people we know. The management of this school is virtually impossible to contact. They never return calls or replies to written correspondence. I have since moved my daughter to another school and she so much happier now.