This is the main reason why I am suggesting you not to send your child to this school. If your child does not fit their "normal" student mold, your child will not make it here. They will be left behind and deemed a difficult child that can't be taught. The school will give up before trying to help.
Leadership does not listen. They hear what they want to hear, and propose a path forward with no background on the situation. It's unfortunate for the teachers here as they're hands are tied by this management that does not interact with them and their classes on a day to day basis.
Homework itself is fine, however, if classwork is ever sent home as homework, it is still given zero credit even if it's completed. There is no incentive for the student to finish the classwork at home if he/she cannot finish it in school.
The earlier year teachers are great, however, it stops there. The administration is of no help. If your child does not fit the "normal" child's profile, you will not make it at this school. Once your child has been identified as having a problem, the school no longer helps in his/her education. A previous review from years past had mentioned favoritism being shown at the school towards students and I agree it still remains. The principal if of no help when assistance is sought after by either parent and/or teacher. The only good thing I can say about the school is that the families of the students here are amazing. However, you are sending your child to school for an education, not just friendships. This private school is also considered a private business, so they have the right to exclude individuals. It's unfortunately sad to think that a Christian based school that is teaching the students to love Jesus and help others of all different backgrounds is the very same school to turn their backs on individuals that don't fit their mold. I would not recommend anyone to send their child here until there is an administration change.
Homework is just right! There have been some glitches with the new computers but the principal addressed it and we know it takes a bit of time to work these things through when implementing a new program. The new 1:1 initiative is pretty neat! I love Google Classroom.
My family loves St. Mary Immaculate. My cousins kids all loved it, my nephews attend it currently with my two kids. We have had no complaints about any aspect. Sending our kids here is a struggle for us but feel it's the best thing we can do for them. I only hope I will be able to help out at the school more in the coming years.