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Sacred Heart Villa School5
Posted January 13, 2012
- a parent
Finding this school has truly been a blessing for our family. OUr son has benefited greatly from the one to one attention given to each student of the school. The sisters are dedicated to the children and help each single child to achieve his or her potential. The curriculum is at least as good if not better than other private schools around. The children have access to many activities and the teachers (the Sisters themselves) are always on the hunt for improvement. They encourage parents involvement in their children's education. Because of the smaller size of the school all the children know each other by name and take care of one another. We definitely recommend this school.
We are extremely please will the academic progress our children have acheived under Sacred Heart Villa's care. We highly recommend the school. They offerred a wide range of enrichment programs including a second language, sports, piano and vocal.
My son has attended the Villa for the past 2 years and I think its the greatest school he has ever attended. He loves the nuns. They are great with the kids. They treat them as though they are their own. You feel like your family is with your child all day. Truly a loving atmosphere for your child.
My daughter Lauren joined the Villa the first day of the 30 week marking period this past school year, she was in a public school and was failing. I contacted the school and she was excepted and her final report card was great. The nun's are very wonderful and the 1:1 time they spend with each student is excellent this is the school for any child needing a little extra attention and is worth every penny. You can not put a cost on your childs education and I just with I would have done it sooner.
My daughter Sara has been going to the villa for almost three years. We just love the villa it's a nice small school with small classes so each child is getting the proper attention. The nuns make it a fun and loving learning environment. And they also provide some extraccurricular activities right at the school which make it great being a working mom. Sara just loves going to school.