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St Elizabeth Of Hungary Catholic School5
Posted June 18, 2014
- a community member
This is the best school in the whole entire world!!! I have been there since kinder and I love it I'm in fifth grade now and i still enjoy school. The teachers are very nice and attentive... The principal was my Mom's 1st grade teacher and now she's the principal. She's awesome and the school is the best... I had gone to a public school b4 and they were teaching us the alphabet in 2nd grade... They go above and beyond teaching standards and they are just so friendly... I highly recommend this school!!!
We have been at St. Elizabeth for 4 years so far and we love it! Academically they are way above the other schools in our area. The teachers go above and beyond to not only provide excellent teaching to the kids, but also be sure the kids receive spiritual and social guidance as well.
My son attended St. Elizabeth School from K-8th Grade. He was diagnosed with ADHD in 2nd grade and then dyslexia, and dysgraphia during middle school. His teachers were so incredibly responsive and helpful with the accommodations that were recommended for him. I can honestly say that this school gave him the firm academic foundation needed for high school as well as college. I was so sad when he graduated because of the tight-knit family atmosphere. I would recommend St. Elizabeth School to everyone.
This is my daughters first school year at St. E and so far so good! I especially like the fact that the parents are notified immediately through email about grades. The students are great and it is a nice Christian atmosphere.
If your child has "ANY" Type of Learning Disability, DO NOT SEND THEM TO THIS SCHOOL!!! This school has a Very Self Serving Principal and a Teaching Staff that could care less about Learning Disabled students. Ask the Principal & she will tell you that she has 0 (Zero) Teachers that are certified to teach Learning Disabled students (plus, she'll proudly state that she thinks it's "Great for a Child to Struggle"). Be sure to ask about the High Teacher Turnover (more like a Mass Exodus at times). And finally, ask if an 8th grade (completely ignored discipline problem) student was ever taken away by the Dallas Police, during the 2011-2012 School Year.
This is going on our 4th year here at St. Elizabeth. Our son has gone from a B/C student to A/B for all 4 qtrs this year! We felt very welcome here from the first day. We, as parents, were slow to get involved but once we started attending various functions it feels like home. Childhood friendships are ones you remember in your older years. My son has developed many lasting friendships from school and is still making new friends as he continues his education at St. Elizabeth. My observations of the administration, staff and teachers shows a loving, caring, environment that we will cherish for the rest of our lives! I can't say enough GOOD things about our experience here at St. E
This is my first year there with my son who is in kindergarten. We love the family involvement and my son is highly engaged in school activities. He is already reading at a first grade level. He is excited to go to school every day and I feel that he is in a safe and high quality educational environment.