Immaculata Catholic School
- Private, Catholic
- DURHAM, NC
Immaculata Catholic School Reviews
Rating 4.38 out of 5 8 reviews
The school's teachers are unqualified and are not able to fully teach the students. The children are not learning the work as well as they could at another school. The small school has little diversity and does not prepare them for the real world. The students are learning work others are learning years before, and overall, while it may be better than some schools in the area, I do not think it is a good school.
I loved this school as a child and now that I'm in college and starting to find my place, I'm even more thankful for the memorizes, experiences, and excellent education Immaculata gave me.
Both of my children have attended here. The program they have is far above the public schools here. My son is actually challenged here for science and math unlike the public schools. Also if you are looking for a religious education, they can't be beat. They do a wonderful job preparing kids for first communion and confirmation.
Immaculata is a pretty good school, but I didn't feel as though I was encouraged to do my very best academically. Also, as a minority student, discrimination from other students was not uncommon towards those of color.
There is a full time guidance counselor that provides support to individual students, groups of students as well as classroom guidance on most of the above mentioned topics!
It is the best place for my children to learn and grow. They learn about not only content, but about the world, how to be a person of integrity and how to always do their best, how to put orhers first and to live a lufe of service!
The teachers are excellent and above all care about their students!