Blessed Sacrament is a fantastic school. i recommend it to anyone who wants a great education with a religeous background. The teachers really know their material. Both of my daughters moved on to very successful careers and i chalk that up to their education at thiis school
This school is a bad choice. It is extremely clicky, and there is a slight bullying problem. The children here are immature. Most of the faculty is disappointing. Many teachers are irritable, mean, and unfair to the students. There is a lack of a sense of humor. If all catholic schools are like this i would thoroughly reccomend public schooling. Students from this school are well prepared for high school but are unhappy with the school itself.
My three children currently attend Blessed Sacrament, and will be there until they graduate from 8th grade. BS has been a fantastic, nurturing experience for the whole family, and the academics are incredible. The teachers and staff are so caring, and I feel like I could not have made a better choice for my children's education.
This school was instrumental in shaping my three children into the great students they are today. My oldest and middle children were valedictorian of their classes and my third child is in the top 10%. Her valedictorian will also come from Blessed Sacrament. The school is rich with community, academics and the arts. Each child has a chance to reach their full potential with the combined help of family and school. The school also helped strengthen the values I was teaching at home such as respect, truthfulness, hard work and joy of life. Thank you Blessed Sacrament for the wonderful gifts my children received from your school.
I found this school to be extremely 'clicky'- not just among children, but parents as well. The bullying, name-calling and general antics of the kids were no different here than at a public school. Academically it is very good, but it all depends on the child. Overall, not impressed.
My children absolutely love this school! My daughter (Grade 8) and son (Grade 5) transferred to this school when NDIC School in Easthampton closed in June of 2007, along with 40 of their classmates. The principal and parish pastor welcomed them with open arms and have been very understanding of the situation. The academics are excellent--enriched courses are available. The school also has a vibrant art and music program, and participates in CYO basketball. The PTG (parent teacher group) is very active and provides many fun activities for the students.