I removed my children from St Linus this past year due to huge class sizes and a general dissatisfaction. Kindergarten and first grade are kept small but as soon as you hit second grade your child will be in an enormous class and you will not be informed until summer vacation! Facilities are outdated and all monies raised go to the Athletic Dept. I found most families to be very nice although there is a clique. It was difficult to move my children but it was the best decision I have made to date.
St. linus is an all sports school, THis years eighth grade won two confrence chamionships also known as the illustrious 'GOLD BALL' The education is pretty good. IF your kid like sports and is good send them to this amasing athletic sports machine
Excellent school, hands down. Dr. Stritch is a wonderful school leader and is making great things happen at this school. The school is well run, organized, and welcomes transfer students in with open arms in a very Christian way. St. Linus is exactly what I always wanted for my childrens.
St. Linus is a great school. My daughter learns so much and has fun doing it. She is also involved in basketball, competitive cheerleading and volleyball here. It has given her a nice platform to build her life on. My daughter always talks about how much she likes the teachers and Dr. Strich. She has often told me about Mrs. Johnson, the seeventh grade teacher. She inspires her and helps her get a great education and makes it fun with different projects along the way. She also likes Mr. Pawelski. He is a great science teacher and always makes her laugh.