This school performed exceptionally well for having been so underfunded. Many hours of volunteer work and volunteer teaching gave breath that sustained many great years of education in a Catholic context. Students had convenient storage space for school supplies and enjoyed a very low student-teacher ratio. Daily Mass and other extracurricular elements, right within the school day, made it a fulfilling experience.
A good school but nothing stands out. Catholic education is based on discipline and excellence. this school could stand a bit more of both.
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