Specialty subject faculty are sometimes hard to connect with regarding assignments and classroom issues. However, once contact is made the discussion is open and responsive understanding is achieved. Extracurricular programs... provided bygreatschools.net
No title by a student on Oct 7, 2006
There is not a good bullying policy and a lot of emphisis on sports. Other than that the school is pretty advanced... provided bygreatschools.net
No title by a parent on Oct 3, 2006
Although St. Monica brags it is a 'feeder' school into Ursuline and Jesuit, don't count on it. The year our youngest left for high school, less than half were accepted to the better private high schools. St. Monica 'brags'... provided bygreatschools.net
No title by a parent on Apr 21, 2006
Great school with excellent academics. Very involved... provided bygreatschools.net
No title by a parent on Dec 3, 2005
The teachers in specialty areas (music, computer, spanish, etc.) are mostly disliked by students. Also, the student teacher ratio in some classes is as high as 27:1 Since St. Monica is large, there a number of extra-curricular... provided bygreatschools.net
No title by Michelle Mendez, a parent on Jul 25, 2005
Approximately 5% of the student population is non-Catholic. Its sports teams are excellent, its teachers and administrators committed, and many opportunities exist for enrichment: weekly Spanish, art, music and computer classes... provided bygreatschools.net
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