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St Augustine Catholic High School5
Posted May 27, 2014
- a student
This school has provided me with a fantastic learning foundation for success. The teachers are very helpful when you ask them for assistance, and stay long after their assigned hours to help students. There is a great sense of community here at St. Augustine; one that is unlike any other. Both students and staff are more than willing to talk with you about anything. Every student is recognized by name. Another great aspect of the school are the many opportunities for achievement. I will always be grateful to St. Augustine for giving me an academic advantage and a sense of family I will never forget.
This school has out of control kids, teachers that don't teach, and a ridiculous principal that doesn't know what in the world she's doing. Kids get away with everything here. And if you're a perspective student, don't take this the wrong way. It's not in a good way. If you are a parent, think twice before you send your child to a school of backstabbing students and teachers who will do anything to fail them. Salpointe is by far a better choice.
Here is Catholic education in a beautiful desert setting. A few of the pluses include: excellent staff, dynamic principal, small class size and a wide range of co-curricular activities. It is all set in an intimate and friendly learning environment surrounded by natural desert and shaded, green courtyards. This is a great option for someone looking for a small school which provides personal attention to everyone. Opportunities for student and parent involvement are abundant.