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Los Angeles, CA
Students enrolled: 125

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307 South Occidental Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90057

(213) 382-3345
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September 24, 2015
The community of parents and faculty are good. But the way things are planned regarding fundraising are sub standard. Very expensive because of enrollment plus fundraising here and there. I have to admit I was burdened. I pulled out my kid after my second year there. Now he has a better education and environment at an LAUSD Magnet School. It's just sad the Catholic values are not there anymore, but it can always be adjusted by just implementing these values at home and with our guidance as parents.

- submitted by a parent
Develops honesty: Neutral
September 24, 2015
The fundraisers are very questionable... more transparency needed. Also, intead of getting additional funds from non PBS members they just burden the parents and students more

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May 24, 2013
This school is EXCELLENT ! My son tells me every day about his wonderful learning experience in his class, excited for getting "a gold fish" as a reward in math games, telling me great stories of America history, what a Catholic means, etc. His teacher is very committed to the students. She takes her time to teach the kids. The principal is awesome. She is new, but she listens to kids and parent to make PBS better. The staff are awesome ! We are extremelly happy to call Precious Blood School as our precious school ! The best school in Los Angeles !

- submitted by a parent

August 15, 2012
My daughter Sydney has been gong to school there since Kindergarten. Compared to other children her age (which is 12yrs in September)she has beyond far excelled and matured and is very comprehensive in her studies. She does not have to share her text books with others and the faculty make time for their students. It definitely shows in many ways.

- submitted by a parent

April 19, 2012
This school is a good school and new principal or not the children are still learning much more than the local public schools teach. The students still remain good children with a strong values. Unfortunately, the parents that have been use to running the school are planting negativity and promoting division amongst themselves and the administration. My advice to all interested is, visit the classrooms and just observe the happiness on the children's faces. Shame on you parents for bringing non Catholic values to PBS.

- submitted by a parent

April 02, 2012
This school is horrible. When I first came here it was an average school. However, when the new principal came in, everything went downhill. Students aren't learning anything. The teachers here are horrible.

- submitted by a community member

October 24, 2011
small classroom size and excellent support from the faculty and parents. A family oriented community. A must choice for parents who are looking to enroll children in a small, nurturing community of faith.

- submitted by a parent

November 12, 2009
My two children graduated last year and we have one more in middle school. My two boys are in high school and doing extremely well, while our daughter in middle school is advancing. My husband and I have seen the good changes. This little wonderful school has a great principal and devoted teachers. I think it's a little hidden jewel in our community. Like the person below me said, 'Excellent Excellent School'!!!!

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no rating
November 02, 2009
Excellent Excellent school. What can I say? the teachers are great, my boy has learned a lot, has gone into honors, and I am very proud of the academics. This school, like how the kids say it, is the bomb.

- submitted by a community member

August 24, 2009
The teachers are great but there is an instability of teachers. There has been at least two new teachers every year since the new principal took over the school. The fundraising and extra money they ask for is ridiculous. My child is no longer at this school for these reasons.

- submitted by a parent

July 12, 2009
I am a parent of my two boys at Precious Blood School. The academics are great! My oldest son graduated and got accepted to Loyola. His reading and study skills improved drastically since he enrolled. Yet, this school may be little, it has a real family feel to it. My son's were always a priority! Thank You.

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June 28, 2008
Many many changes in the past 3 years and all good. Terrific principal and teachers. Chess club, Book club, Student Council, Pep and Cheer Squad, Volleyball and Basketball, Art and Music, New Technology, Spirit Afternoons, etc Two of my sons are at top high schools now and my son at PBS loves it there. Parents are friendly and this is a family school where character is taught.

- submitted by a parent

November 17, 2007
This school has had many changes for the better. Quality education, high standards, great administration and teachers. Lots of homework but it is ok with me because my eldest got into the best high school. Family involvement could be more.

- submitted by a parent

June 16, 2007
Wonderful 'family' school for my kids. Students get into great high schools. Dedicated faculty and principal. New computer lab and lots of renovating inside and outside going on. Commited to excellence. I am very happy.

- submitted by a parent

February 21, 2007
This is a great school, I went there for my elementary years, from 1st grade to 8th and graduated in the class of 2005. For me, it had become a 2nd home to me. I really enjoyed the friends I made and the home the school provided from home. I now benefit from what i learned there as a student, im number 5 out of 700 students in my high school :]

- submitted by a student

August 31, 2005
Catholic School. Quality of academic education not up to par with other catholic schools, and even some public schools. Not much extracurricular activities. Limited facilities.

- submitted by a parent
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Precious Blood
307 South Occidental Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA  90057
(213) 382-3345
Last modified Precious Blood is a Private school that serves grades K-8
Precious Blood Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 21 reviews. Top