It has the best support from the church and the families on staten island.
i have never seen a catholic school like this one. the parents, grandparents and most of all staff cannot do enough to make the experiences these children have, memorable ones.They all go above and beyond.
The teachers are great. They care for our kids. They take the time to teach and listen to our children. I love how the love of Jesus is shown to them on their terms.
The school is wonderful. We have great teachers and parents who care about all of the children. Go BSS!!!!
This is a great school because the teachers really care and it's like a second family to the students.
The school community at Blessed Sacrament is the BEST. Everyone is so supportive of eachother.
They are such a caring school and they push our children to be their best.
Great community of people at this school and my children are doing great here!!!!
I love Blessed Sacrament school there are many dedicated teachers to help our children grow and be the best they can be. My 2 children love going to school.
I love Blessed Sacrament School because they combine tried and true teaching methods, with contemporary techniques and technology. The students enter High School armed with outstanding work habits and skills. Our students often go on to college, become professionals of varying degree and make an overall positive impression on those whose path they cross. The school imparts an outstanding academic and spiritual foundation for its graduates.
I am very pleased with the education that my 2 children are receiving at BSS.
As an alumni of this school, I am proud that my daughter is now a student at Blessed Sacrament in Staten Island, NY.
My 3 children are the 4th generation of my family to attend Blessed Sacrament and I wouldn't have it any other way. It's like an extension of my family.
As a graduate of Blessed Sacrament, I am glad my children also get to share and learn the same values that were taught to me attending Catholic School.
My daughter attends the Nursery program at the Blessed Sacrament school. I feel that the principal is not nurturing nor engaged. She appears to be more concerned and focused with the fundraising obligations than other things that should be deemed important. She is often curt and could be viewed as sarcastic. Furthermore, it is highly frustrating that the schools academic scores are not posted for the private school because I'm wondering if the scores are reflective of the schools dry and disengaged attitude.
Average school. Not big into testing but an overall average education. Used to be half-day kinder but now full day. They were a little behind thge other schools in implementing that.
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