Holy Family School is a private, Catholic school located in Hannibal, MO. It has 173 students in grades PK, K-8 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1.
Tuition is for the highest grade offered and may have changed for the current school year. For more information, please contact the school.
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Holy Family School Reviews
My personal overall experience was greatly influenced by troubles I had in middle school. I was being teased and mocked by the other kids, to the point where I fell into depression. I went to the (now former) principal of the school and told him/her about it. S/he said that s/he would talk to the kids about it, but there was no change. My mother then proceeded to go to said principal, wanting to show him/her my Facebook profile (I had been making some posts about my experiences), and s/he said that s/he didn't want to "get involved in students' personal lives" and that I had "self-esteem issues" and that I was "insecure". Needless to say, I had to just deal with it on my own. However, one of the teachers took time out of her class period to sit all of us down in a circle and have us talk about any troubles we were having. I told everyone about my struggles, but the kids who needed to apologize to me did not, and the ones who didn't have to apologized profusely.
There really was no school nurse. Instead, if we were sick, we would go down to the school's secretary and she would take our temperature and send us home if it was over 100 or something. There is no cafeteria in the school, so the children go to lunch in the cafeteria that is in the church's basement. It is pretty sanitary, but when the church's cafeteria isn't available (for example, if there is a funeral), then the students eat in the gymnasium.
There are really no extra-curricular activities that are strictly for the school. The sports that we played were really only for the YMCA or for the public middle school. Other than that, there were really no clubs or activities that the kids could do.