The school doesn't understand all learners and certainly doesn't know how to handle kids with ADHD. These are kids needing support, not ridicule and alienation. We left the school and in retrospect see how bad it really was for our kids.
This is a very conservatively lead school. There are less conservative families attending but they aren't on the school council or church board. The parents serving in those rolls are strongly conservative and guide the conservative nature of the social teachings, including a conservative weekly church service during the school day and catholic sacrament services throughout the year. As a non-catholic our children were told they wouldn't be able to participate in parts of the church services. Although unintentional, they were made to feel 'less-than' because they weren't catholic. There are some wonderful staff and incredibly loving teachers but the leadership... They say the right thing but do the opposite. Lots of promises and not a lot of follow thru.
If you are a conservative catholic family with kids who have no learning challenges, this might be a good fit for you - otherwise consider other options. The families we got to know were wonderful which made it difficult to pull our children. We didn't feel comfortable having our kids taught that our family's beliefs were considered wrong, immoral and sinful in the eye of the catholic church.
Annunciation I believe is a proven developer of leaders. Need an example? How about Mary Jo Copeland. Annunciation develops respectful, socially responsible young adults who go on to be leaders in their high school and communities.