Wow. Reading the negative reviews, I can't believe these parents are talking about the same school. I've had my boys at the school now for 5 years and our experience has been extremely positive. Yes, the school asks the parents the be involved in their children's education, but that's not a bad thing. My wife and I both volunteer our time with the school in some capacity, but that's because we think it's important. Yes, there is outward attempts to foster the school community outside of the classroom, but getting to know the other parents at the school is a good thing. Are there things at the school that could be improved, certainly, but show me a school where that isn't the case. The teachers, staff, and administration have created a great learning environment for my boys when they're learning life skills well beyond reading, writing, and arithmetic. The school has a desire to get better and that's a refreshing and inspiring attitude.
I have had nothing but positive experiences with this school. The teachers and administrators are all so caring and willing to listen and help with any concerns that may arise. I have a child with special needs and he is thriving at St. Vincent's. His educational, social, emotional and spiritual well-being are paramount. I highly recommend this school to anyone looking for a quality eduction for their child. For those who have written poor reviews about the school, I hope they have taken their concerns to the administration. Communication is very important.
Yes. The school has a program called, "Hearts at Peace". Not only do teachers encourage these qualities, but there is a social worker who comes to the school to do workshops to discourage bullying, etc. I have have also witnessed students displaying empathy and compassion for each other.
The school teaches religious values. They used to give out Christian Conduct Awards each quarter, but that has been replaced with Victorious Vikings. You can become a Victorious Viking by emulating positive values.
Cold teachers and administrators, over crowded classrooms.
Corruption to silence kids:
the kids are not the concern, the teachers being protected is value being taught.
Disgusting place zero respect and lack of communication for students.
They want robots and not independent thinkers.
Not a place to trust with your kids.
Over crowed classrooms, cold uncaring teachers.
Priority is to keep kids quiet and not voice concerns. The teachers being protected not the kids are the values at this school. catholic school, is corrupt:
Awful, so disappointing, bad place don't bother.
Middle school teachers are very ineffective. Math teacher teaches from lessons/assignments pulled off of the Internet instead of out of the text book. The religious Ed teacher has no clue on what she is teaching and the art volunteer is the art teacher allowed to teach/grade she's not even a paid employee-bshes a parent volunteer Why are we paying tuition to have an uneducated parent teaching our students?