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Los Angeles, CA
Students enrolled: 110
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6641 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90028

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(323) 467-4177
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June 14, 2015
After reading last week's Lions Roar, I was shocked that 8 teachers and the school principal are leaving the school in June. These teachers are long time veterans and all have their Masters in the credentials. I am starting to question the stability of the school. Are these children receiving the best education they claim to have or are they teaching the children the minimal standard? The heart of the school comes from the teachers and not the school director Mrs Yolanda Brown. She needs to stop putting herself into other people's business and let the Principle and teachers run the school. I am wondering should I take my two kids out of this school and send them to another school. That is my only option unless Mrs Yolanda Brown changes her character or have herself replaced by another Director. This school is falling into the abyss and unless we the parents come together and voice our concerns, she will run the school down and our children will lose more than just an education, The school will lose the support of the community that give to the church and school. She tends to show her disrespect among Latinos more than the other families in Blessed Sacrament school. This is not the person who said that she follows Gods path but rather the oposite. I WILL SURELY MOVE MY CHILDREN TO ANOTHER SCHOOL IF THE SITUATION DOES NOT IMPROVE. I will tell all my friends to avoid this school at all cost!

- submitted by a parent
Develops honesty: Disagree
June 14, 2015
Tthe teachers are leaving this school like the world is coming to an end. A fall out with the principal and the school Director.

- submitted by a parent
Teacher effectiveness: Very ineffective
June 13, 2015
We will not know how effective they are if the teachers leave every school year. The teachers have to be consistent over the years and not replacing them in such a short amount of time

- submitted by a parent
Amount of homework: Just right
June 13, 2015
Now that the Director is in charge. She just lowered the standard by 50%. Just because she has a Doctorate degree. She lacks people skills

- submitted by a parent
Develops grit: Disagree
June 13, 2015
How can they? They just hired more teachers this year and only to let them go in June. That's not good management skills.

- submitted by a parent
Develops respect: Disagree
June 13, 2015
Same thing. The school Director discriminates especially against Latinos. 65 percent of the students are Latinos

- submitted by a parent
Develops empathy: Disagree
June 13, 2015
Parents voice the concern but the school Director will not listen. Arrogant people never do anyway.

- submitted by a parent

December 08, 2014
The new principal and director have been running it & it's all gone down hill these last 4 yrs. Good teachers were let go along with many parents taking their kids out of the school for many reasons.There is lack of leadership, godly example, communication between the office, teachers, administration, room parents and parish. The school and it's parish should be ONE entity. The church itself does not include the school or students in any of their events. DO NOT enroll your child in this school under any circumstance. My child used to attend the school and I had to pull him due to all of the above, teachers being bias against the children and safety concerns. During school hours the public, homeless and weird people come on campus and no one is there to escort them out. Cameras were just installed but that's no help when the school is not properly secure. These teachers yell, scream,down talk to them, ignore, don't care and are very rude with the students. I am mostly speaking from 3rd to 8th grade teachers. Pre-K, thru 2nd grade teachers are amazing and many of us parents feel bad because they have absolutely no support from the principal or the director of the parish.

- submitted by a parent

October 19, 2011
Great school, great teachers, great principal, and good catholic envronment.. I would highly recommend this school to any parent. Th teachers are well qualified with degrees and credentials. The environment is clean and seems happy and healthy for learning. The new principal and teachers have done a wonderful job in turning this school around.

- submitted by a community member

August 01, 2011
What a fantastic school.. They care so much about the children and the eduction that they are getting. The new principal has made many changes to the school system and great improvements have been seen. I am so happy that I decided to enroll my son there last year and we will stay there until my son finishes middle school.

- submitted by a parent

March 07, 2011
I have both of my children in this school. My eldest is in 6th grade and my youngest is in Pre-school. I love this school and I plan on keeping my children enrolled here. There were a few set backs in the past year but under the new princepal and teachers, who are great and work with the children, I have to give this school two thumbs up. Both the principal and teachers are very active and give you feedback on the children every week through a report. You always know where your child is when it comes to their grades, and they have a website to logon to to view what materials your child may be missing. I love it... I am an active parent in the school and I am the first one to voice my opinion if there is something wrong or not right. They take education at this school very seriously and the only thing I could see that was wrong in the past is that there were not enough parents being active... I see a big change and I know it will only get better.. I have recommended this school to my friends and their families..

- submitted by a parent
no rating
January 05, 2010
This school unfortunately is not for everyone. If your child is not a solid 'A' or 'B' student, I would not recommend this school. Due to enrollment capacity they may accept your child even if your child doesn't score well on the entrance exams. The teachers at the school are good until they fall behind or it takes an effort to guide and bring them up to speed. None of the teachers will take responsibility for the end result of what happened to your child. It all falls back on your child a bit too late. Avoid the pain, humiliation, disappointment of rejection and tuition.

- submitted by a parent

October 05, 2009
Good Catholic education. Open to people of all races. They feed the poor, too.

- submitted by a community member
no rating
January 14, 2009
This school is excelent, you feel like you're home, it is like a big family, I love this school, next year my 4yr. old son it is going to start preschool there.

- submitted by a parent

July 29, 2008
Blessed Sacrament School is a highly academic school. It's a school that I am proud to belong to since both my sons attended and graduated from that school. The school offers a wonderful curriculum in which the child is involved in the Religious aspect. Our beliefs is visible in the way we treat one another. We are nothing more than a loving and caring family. The teachers make you feel so welcome. The parents are highly involved with the faculty and students.I highly advised one and all to pay a visit to that school. It's in the heart of Hollywood. They offer extracurricular activities so that the child's mind is occupied and become involved in all sports. I highly recommend this school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating
July 25, 2008
principal, nurturing teachers,extracurricular activities, parent/teacher well acquainted and treat each other as a family, very much involve the parents, the school has security guards 24 hours a day, for the safetiness of everyone, a very happy, homey, school. for overall quality, blessed sacrament school is the best of all. the highest rating I can rate.

- submitted by a parent

March 10, 2005
Hello I am a student at B.S.S. I am pleased to tell you that the teachers really understand the students. They try to teach as much as they can in less that one year. The sports there are basketball and volleyball. We have numerous games to play at P.E. Most of the students there are nice. The staff is wonderful. The only i don't like is the 8th graders do on too many field trips just because it is their last year. Other than that, everything is fine. So yes, i would recommend this school.

- submitted by a student
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We are committed to a smaller class sizes in order to provide students with individual attention. We strive to build a community of learners that are problem solvers committed to service in the community. Students are exposed to curriculum that motivates them to be creative thinkers and problem solvers. Our Middle School has adopted the College Boards Springboard Curriculum for College Readiness


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Blessed Sacrament School
6641 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA  90028
(323) 467-4177
Last modified Blessed Sacrament School is a Private school that serves grades K-8
Blessed Sacrament School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 20 reviews. Top