St. Ann's used to be an amazing school. I am St. Ann's alumni, as well as my husband, brother, and father. My daughter has gone there since she was 4. We will not be going back next year. She will be in the 2nd grade. The firing of Mrs. Nolen was the worse decision the school could have made. A little boy was kicked out of my daughters class for "behavior issues". The parents were told that the faculty were too old to have to deal with him. I think he's better off at another school and my daughter will be as well. This school needs to bring Mrs. Nolen back and get back to the school they once were.
St. Ann's provides a safe, caring environment for children. They get a wonderful academic education, great religious/ moral teaching, and lasting relationships that only a close knit school like St. Ann can provide.