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All Saints Academy1
Posted August 05, 2014
- a parent
well my student attended there from kindergarten to 6th grade the first years when barbra cooper was the principal it was wonderful she had a strong mind on how her school was to be seen as then when she died and the other principal came mrs.Laura Miller every thing fell apart i wouldnt even rank it as a catholic school it was more like a school for disciplinary kids.they were all bad most of the i could say i stayed bec ausemy girls wanted to but when the people around them started to make them give in to peer pressure i quickly pulled them out now they go to the most wonderful schools a parnet could ask for and when they got there thye found that five to six childrn who had left asa were there i would recommend you puul our child out and redirect them to trinity catholic and saint marys german village trinity is right outside of grandview and smgv is right outside of downtown columbus they also offer spanish,power of the pen, latin,latin2 .greek,book club,social club, and mandarin chinese
All Saints Academy was a great school I was in the second graduating class of All Saints and I absolutely loved it for the most part, there was a few teachers that I adored Mrs. H the 8th grade teacher being one of them. Its been a few years since I graduated but when I was there I really enjoyed it.
My children are currently enrolled in various grades. The majority of the teachers are hard working and caring but unfortunately the rotten ones spoil the school because the principle supports them and vice versa. I struggle because I love the school but see a decline in the leadships abilities and the good teachers are clearly not happy and many deeded parents have left because of the principle and the bad teachers. Its sad.
The school is much improved this year. Several problem families left and the school is much more peaceful. Test scores have also improved. For a strong, diverse, educational experience grounded in the faith I recomend looking into Christ the King. The Principle and faculty are willing to go the extra mile for the students
This was a horrible choice of school for my children. They are now at least three grades behind and are struggling daily. I regret not taking them out sooner. The principal was not friendly and did not seem to want help or comments from the parents.
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