I enjoyed this school in the 2005-2006 and 2006-2007 school years (the years I was there). Mr. Del Los Santos was the best teacher and Mrs. Conrad was an awesome principal. I loved this school. I must throw in that Ms. Gilbert was also an awesome teacher.
This has been a challenging year but the students are learning and having lots of fun! The new principal has brought in a lot of new activties and we just can't wait until next year. Thank God for St. Joan of Arc. To me it's the best school in the Westside! I highly recommend it.
My daughter is in Pre-K and I love the school and the community. There are alot of great activities and I am looking forward to sending my daughter to the school. The school has a great academic program from everything that I see.
I believe this school has alot to offer. The teachers are wonderful, administration is great, and parents are very much involved with all school and parish events. Partnership between school and parish has been created this year. Mrs. Moreno, new principal has brought lots of enthusiam and energy into the school. Children are happy!!!
St. Joan of Arc is a wonderful school that has a strong academic curriculum. My son is currently in pre-school and he loves his teachers. He looks forward to going to school everyday. He is beginning to read, a testament to the schools strength in academics.
With a new principal starting this year and punishment for all due to the actions of one existing last year I'm not sure of what to think of this school these days. Most of the teachers are very qualified and can handle all the curriculum being taught to your child but watch out for the exceptions.
This is the greatest school on the Westside of Los Angeles. All my children attended this school and have gone on to excellent High Schools. The teachers and administration are outstanding. Don't miss out on the opportunity to have your children attend this school.
This is the first year for my child attending a Catholic School. The Principal, teachers and staff are phenomenal. The only thing I guess I have to get use to is the mandatory 35 hours volunteer requirements of the parents along with the mandatory fund raising.