Good school, Mrs. Gomez who is the third grade teacher is kind and responsible, always going above and beyond. On the other hand the second grade teacher and Mrs. de Castro the school secretary both lack courtesy and manners. They both need to improvew their attitudes. Academics are great as well as after school programs. Principal Mr. Cejas is very helpful. This school is for people with money though and parents in general are not the "humble" class.
Excellent little and family oriented Catholic school. Teachers are dedidcated and students are happy to attend school. In the past three years, the school has advanced to meet the requirements of the 21 st century. Overall, I am a happy parent, great school.
It was a great school, but during the last couple of years has lost his shine: Teachers and administrative personeel never smile, being arrogant toward students and parents. Bulling not uncommon ...quite dark for a catholic school..
My son is finishing his first year at St. Hugh in PK3 and so far we are thrilled with not only his classroom experience but the overall atmosphere of the school. It is very small, family and community oriented with a principal who is progressive, communicative, responsive and interested in keeping the highest academic and religious standards for the school. It may be early for me to judge after just one year, but we couldn't be happier with our choice of schools. Living in Coconut Grove - the choices are limited and public school options not desirable, so we are very pleased to find a school with good academics, a safe and nurturing atmosphere, and involved families we can grow with over the years.
As in all schools, teacher quality can vary from course to course, but the overall quality has been very high, and the principal is incredibly involved and involving for the parents. Outstanding place!