I need to find a better school!! I enrolled my daughter at St. Ambrose two years ago and this year by far has been the most frustrating! Amongst other less frustrating things my main issue is with this so called Spanish teacher Marco Canez... The majority of the time I hear my daughter telling me all she did in his class was color! I'm not willing to spend thousands of dollars to have my daughter color! Is this guy actually a teacher or some half-wit sub? Speaking with some of the other parents they have said he has a drinking problem and drinks at school! How can this half-wit be allowed to teach our children!? I can deal with the other smaller issues, but allowing this half-wit to continue "teaching" my child and continuing to work at a school my child is enrolled at is more than anyone should accept!
St. Ambrose Catholic School is a great school in everything aspect. In terms of academics, it prepares students to advance and challenges them to do their best. As a community, the teachers, principal, staff and parents, teach students the real meaning of community and involvement. In the religious aspect, the pastor and teachers teach students how to strive to be a good catholic. The two school goals are college and heaven and every day students are exposed and encouraged to work towards them. We love the school and highly recommend to everyone we come in contact with.
St. Ambrose is an awesome place to be. A few weeks ago the annual FIESTA was a great success due to the dedication of our parents, teachers and parishioners. Carolyn, Catherine and Marina did an outstanding job as co-chairs. Plans are underway for next year already. This past week we had Parent Conference Days. Parents are always so impressed on how the teachers know each individual child. St. Ambrose faculty and staff have the "whatever it takes" attitude and are focused on the scholars' spiritual, academic and social growth.
We love this school!!! We transferred from another local Catholic school and it was the best move I could have made for my child. The teachers are highly trained and genuinely care about the children. They eat and converse with the children at lunch. Unlike our old school where the teachers want nothing to do with the children at lunch. Teachers do NOT yell at the children. The atmosphere is a genuine Christian environment. The moment you walk onto the campus you feel the love so to speak. My child is excited about going to school in the morning. The principal Mrs. Chavez and Father Mark are a great team and work hard at building the best team for the children. This school has literally been God sent.
St. Ambrose Catholic School A Notre Dame ACE Academy is an excellent school. My son has been part of this academy for the past 5 years (since pre-school) and as a parent/mother I couldn't ask for more. The school is very close and the staff makes you feel like you are part of a family. The principal (Mrs. Chavez) has many years of experience and has been a great asset to St. Ambrose since she arrived. Everything is very structured and the lesson plans are great. My son definitely has learned and flourished in every area and I know it is because the teachers take their time and make sure each student is learning what they should. I plan on keeping my son there until he is ready to go to High School and also plan on sending my little one there to join the pre-school class soon. I honestly couldn't be happier with the staff and their academics. Truly recommend it!
Amazing school. Academics are wonderful our children are reading 3 grade levels above their grade, math is 2 grade levels above their grade and their religious education is amazing! Thank you, thank you, thank you for all the wonderful work St. Ambrose does. The new administrative team, Principal, Pastor and Dean of Students are a marriage made in heaven, the students are happy and the parents are in amazement!
Our children have attended St. Ambrose for the last two years. They have never been happier! We have seen them grow spiritually and academically. Previously our children attended an A+ school but that was not enough for us. In looking for a new school we researched schools throughout the Diocese and found St. Ambrose to be at the top of our pick for our children to attend. We toured the school with Mrs. Chavez and felt warmth and a great sense of community within the school. It is great to see our Pastor Fr. Mark so involved with teaching our children spiritually during school mass. Our children really enjoy mass. Mrs. Chavez and the staff are very professional and communicate very well which as a parent is very comforting. St. Ambrose is preparing our children for high school along with college. I would highly recommend this school!
St Ambrose is an excellent school! It gives our children the opportunity to grow as individuals, through the catholic faith and an outstanding education. Both of my children are students at St Ambrose and I wouldn't have it any other way! I invite parents in the Tucson area to visit and learn more about what the St Ambrose community/school is all about. We are family!!!
When I graduated from St. Abrose in 2000, I was well-prepared for Salpointe, academically and personally. Their quality of education and partnership with parents was outstanding. I am the eldest of four children to attend St. Ambrose. Sadly, three of us were lucky enough to enjoy a stellar foundation for our future. The change in faculty and administration has been a true detriment to our school. The youngest in my family is attending a school unfamiliar to my family. We attend private school because we look for quality in education and a sense of community. Our family takes an active role in education, meaning college is not an option. We know it is not solely the responsibility of the school to achieve excellence; however, this current administration is beyond difficult to work with. Instead of resolving an issue, they feel attacked and avoid the issue altogether. I find it sad and unfair that the reputation of a charming and well-rounded school is now less than satisfactory due to the stubborness of the administration.
This School helps each child to develop educationally and socially. They have high learning standards with parents and teachers who help each child to meet those standards. The children also learn social responsibility by having the opportunity to participate in many meaningful service projects.