The School was a 5 Star at one time. A 15 -1 ratio is not the FACT it is more like 24-30 kids in the classrooms. I liked the school at one time because of the low number of students per class now it is outrageous might as well put them in public with the same class sizes. Yes the parking lot is a disaster and a least should be updated with the funds they receive from the hospital using it for their employees to park. Some teachers are so ignorant, we have parents on the inside working side by side. Lets face it some children tell their parents everything like teachers texting all the time in the middle of class ( to their boyfriends plus the smell of alcohol). I hear one is relentless on homework and work also calls out the children in front of everyone if they did or didn't do something wrong embarrassing the kids. One particular PreK teacher does nothing in her class and has been there for years. Waste of money to have her door shut and hand the children a coloring paper and thats sums it for that education Mrs Rogers .Other PreK educations systems interact so much more ABC's 123's socializing, etc... There is a lady who directs the parking. What a WASTE of parents money
The Immaculate has recently had high enrollment and it seems as if the principal excepts all student, rather than starting a waitlist. The student to staff ratio is definitely not 1 to 15, at one point it was but due to recent enrollment the ratio is more around 1 teacher per 24-25 students. With the exception of the preschool and pre-kindergarten classrooms which has a 2 teacher to 24 student ratio. The parking lot which the children use for recess and gym class is in desperate need of re-paving and over all maintenance. The restrooms in the building are in need of updating and the school itself isnt large enough to accommodate the increase in students. However the academics are amazing, just a bit of information private schools are not mandated to have licensed teachers so keep that in mind!
My son has been in the Immaculate for five years. He loves the class he is in and the teacher. He also respects and thinks that he can go to talk to the principle if he has an issue. The school has been a great help in guiding him with his education and religion. As a parent you cannot ask for a kinder and friendlier school. I am so happy that my child attends this school and I cannot wait for him to graduate.
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