March 08, 2012
I am a graduate. FSHA provides a unique experience like no other school. Although I have seen one negative review and experiences vary, it is simply false. There is nothing so-so about FSHA. Peers strive to achieve higher standards, so by the very nature of the culture, so do you. There is no bullying, no pressure, just striving for excellence in every way... not just by the faculty but also by the students. It is a true example of prepping for in the real world. It is what you make of it. The class of 2011: "Of the 96 graduates in the Class of 2011, 12 will attend a four-year Catholic college, 75 will attend a four-year college and nine will attend junior college. College choices for the Class of 2011 include: USC, Johns Hopkins University, Barnard College, Stanford, College of William & Mary, University of Colorado, Boston University, Occidental College, Sarah Lawrence College, University of San Francisco, Loyola Marymount University, Gonzaga University, UCLA, Purdue, Southern Methodist University, University of Alabama, Spelman College, Parsons School for Design, Santa Clara University and Villanova." I highly recommend this school and if you can afford it, board.
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