Holy Family Grade School
- Private, Catholic
- GLENDALE, CA
Holy Family Grade School Reviews
Rating 3.33 out of 5 6 reviews
Very good school with dedicated faculty who really care. Safe environment. Beautiful facilities. Lots of after school activities. Faithbased nurturing and joy filled children everywhere who get into the high schools of their choice. This is the best school in large radius.
This Grade School has a faculty that is excellent. They have supportive priests and strong leaders of the Church. The program on inclusion is a wonderful addition to the educational system it has. Pastor, Associate Pastors, Board Presidents, Principal, School Counselor, and current faculty show their sincere care for the students they serve. The school has won Best Private School in Glendale, CA for straight four years. Their 8th graders go to high rated private schools - Loyola HS, Notre Dame, St. Francis, Flintridge Sacred Heart, Mayfield Senior, La Salle, Holy Family HS, Immaculate Heart HS, Crescenta Valley, La Cañada Prep, Clark Magnet, etc. An incredible leap of progress in its facilities and faculty credentials. It’s a very welcoming school and it’s worth an educational investment for the first 10 years of your child’s development as a person and as an achiever. Try it.
Holy Family Grade School is a very good school. I have 2 boys and they both graduated from this school. They both got accepted at Loyola and you know how hard it is to be accepted at Loyola. The Teachers are all credentialed and most if not all attain a master degree. The principal fully supports the parents and the students to the high school of their choice. They have a very structured curriculum and zero tolerance in bullying. I may say that it is not a perfect school but none of the catholic school there are perfect but they are pretty close.
The school lost most of the good teachers this past year. Has only one good one left. They got rid of the great teachers to save money and are getting inexperienced teachers just to save money. The 4th teacher has a special friendship with the priest so her job is steady. It would be helpful if she know how to teach instead of making kids sit around the room and read a book for their reading class. Some days they play Ipad whenever they want for hours. I guess for some parents it’s cheaper than daycare. They need decide are the a school or a daycare. Money is all that matters to them and the Archdiocese of LA doesn’t seem to care what goes on there.
The principal is nuts. She throws students out due to not paying bills. She talks behind teachers backs. Mean to students.