This school appears to be great, caring, and compassionate from the outside, but on the inside they are the opposite of that. I never felt welcome here and neither did many of my peers. Most of the time, the faculty was the problem, not fellow students.
I went here, but did not end up graduating from here. They push the needs of students under the rug (ignore bullying from fellow students and teachers, ignore students that need help) and focus on giving out detentions for something as simple as an untucked shirt. The amount of times I was told "look in your book and figure it out" when I had a simple question is countless. My friends and I were told by a teacher "you're going to hell" for standing up for someone who was being bullied by the teacher. Catholicism teaches people to love one another and not to pass judgement. This school is far from that.
Bishop Foley has played a major role in supporting our children both academically and athletically . The teachers offer a wide range of support services along with half days on Wednesdays for their students. This school is truly amazing along with the staff and friendly students. Feeling so blessed.
Bishop Foley is great for quick learners, unfortunately neither the teachers nor the guidance counselor knows how to deal with kids that do not understand the first time something is explained to them. As a parent, I tried to be involved but was told it was my son's responsibility and the school would help him. I am still waiting for the help. For the cost to attend, I would expect the teachers to make sure he is learning and not just stand in the front of the room and lecture,
Bishop Foley Catholic challenges children to be the best they can be, and then a little more! The staff cares and knows every student, and are often seen at functions after their school day is over. Foley gives every child the tools they will need to be quality citizens and well prepared college students!