Thrive or die. Over crowded. One of highest student to teacher ratios in Lincoln, resulting in much homework. Be prepared to help teach with hours of homework every night as a result of the overcrowding. We transferred out to public school and they've thrived since going public where smaller classes and choice of classes has made for a happier home. No extra help provided when asked for repeatedly. Extra help was an untrained volunteer....Really?
My child loves this school. I visited a few public and private schools in Lincoln and found that Catholic school pupils are better behaved and more upbeat. I like the new facilities, year-round activities, good school lunch, excellent quality of teachers, and the principal's strong leadership. I have no doubt my child is in good hands.
Wonderful school for our kids spiritual and intellectual growth. We believe strongly in Catholic education and are more than willing to miss out on some of the extras that a public school with a bigger budget might offer.