Alleman High School Reviews
Alleman does an excellent job preparing students for college applications. The counselors take the time to walk students through the entire process and offers resources for tips on writing essays, searching for scholarships, etc. Teachers and counselors are always available and willing to help with any of the students’ needs.
Your classmates are great and you'll make lasting relationships. The school is very strict but it is worth it. The schooling is excellent and a high school student will be more than ready for his or her freshman year of college.
Alleman Catholic High School provided me with both faith based and academic based learning. Being involved in the Alleman family was a great small school experience where teacher to student ratio was perfect.
Allman Catholic high school challenges it students mentally, physically, and spiritually leading to an overall success of a student
For my freshman year it has been a great experience. I have met alot of great friends as well as the teaching staff. I am a soccer player and the team and coach is great. I am learning more about my faith, even though I am not Catholic Theology is a wonderful class that I have learned alot about.
Good high school experience, it feels like you are a part of a family, since it is a small private school. I wish there was a little more diversity though.
I believe that if you or your parents are alumni to the school or make contributions you will get special treatment in sports. I chose the school for academic reasons but in the end I wonder if the cost was worth it. I had many teachers quit mid year and some teachers who were 1st and last year teachers who were not very good. The cliques and noticeable and the popular kids run the school the rest of the kids are invisible to them.
I have had a great experience with Alleman. It has taught me academics, how to serve my fellow man and community,as well as strengthened my relationship with God. The teachers and staff go above and beyond when it comes to it's students. As a long-standing student in a Catholic school, I have accomplished my goals and feel that I am college prepared due to the excellent staff at Alleman.
If you are looking for community and religious education, you have come to the right place. Alleman prides itself of being a open community, academically rigorous, and religiously motivated-- and for the most part it succeeds. However, the school is becoming far more heavily focused on religion to the point of taking away from education to make time for it.
Starting at Alleman High School as a freshman, and continuing to finish through senior year, my experience was pretty wonderful actually. My teachers were phenomenal, involved with you, and I felt like I got a 1 on 1 lesson when I did not understand that days lesson.
The classes have a good range of difficulty and variety. The underclass teachers are excellent and do care about student success; after all, they are not in it for the money. The people are cliquey just like everywhere else, but the clubs and organizations are truly amazing for such a small school. Student involvement is great, and you don't even have to be catholic, as my family and I are not. Not such a bad place after all.
By and large, I enjoyed my time at Alleman. The only real times I felt unsatisfied (and it wasn't purely down to my actions) were when a teacher would screw something up and make things a little more difficult. Thankfully, this happened very rarely.
Alleman High School is a small Catholic High School. The teachers at Alleman strive to create expectations that will prepare their students for college. The teachers are all very willing to do anything it takes to help you succeed. There are also many opportunities to join clubs and do volunteer work in the community, in fact it is a requirement. The atmosphere at Alleman is very family oriented. Parent involvement is very high. I feel very lucky to have been part of the "Alleman Family."
Good classes, great groups, nice building.
This High School does an excellent job ensuring the safety of all the students and staff as well as any guests or visitors.
Many different clubs as well as organizations available to join. The list of clubs to become a part of offer many different areas of activities from drama club to National Honor Society. There is truly something for everyone!