Regina Coeli School has smaller class sizes, The Academics are not very challenging in my opinion, the school is not very accommodating to children with learning disabilities, ADHD, ADD, and do target those children in snide ways. The instructors in my opinion do have bad attitudes. I would not recommend this school.
- submitted by a
November 18, 2009
Regina Coeli is a nice school with a smaller group size. There are a lot of cliques though. There is a little bit of favoritisim with coaching, which is not right. Very hard to get new ideas across or new faces in. Academics, in my opinion, are fair. My child gets all As. I wish there was more of a challenge for her. Need higher academics to prepare them for high school. Advanced classes would be nice. Some teachers have really bad attitudes towards the kids in the 'Jr. High'. Jr. High kids are still treated like little kids.
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