Mentor Christian School
- Private, Christian (General)
- MENTOR, OH
Mentor Christian School Reviews
Rating 3.83 out of 5 12 reviews
It is very warm and welcoming. It’s a small school so everyone knows each other there. You’re with your friends (class) all day so you get to get closer. They want you to have a personal relationship with God. And know him.
The academics were alright but when i was attending this school I was very depressed. The students and staff were very close minded and judgmental. They honestly made me look down on Christians at the time now I know that they are not really Christians. They also give no help to struggling students and look down on them.
When I attended this school felt very discriminated against because of my past reputation. They encourage there kids there to hate people that are different from themselves. They also, favorite students, buy them food and act creepy towards them.
It’s a great learning environment and the vibe is good. The teachers are helpful and the parents are well involved. The students show great potential and are bright.
My overall experience at Mentor Christian School was pretty good. I had great teachers who teach the word of God through any subject, and they actually care about their students. The atmosphere is small, which i liked the best. Going to a bigger school always overwhelmed me, but MCS is great. You knew everyone in the whole school, and it made it more like a community rather than a school.
Nurse on campus, lock down enforced, monthly drills for fire, no bullying policy and very handicapped accessible campus.
Only thing I would like to see added is art
Smaller student to teacher ratio gives the students the ability to excel academically. Teachers love for the Lord gives a family atmosphere that you won't find anywhere else. Great music and sports opportunities. This school is a hidden gem in Lake County!
Loving environment. Treat students like they were their own children. Engaging classroom. Fun activities. Give extra help when a student needs it.
I would attend MCS over again because of the family-like atmosphere. Since it is so small, I only had 8 students in my class. We were honestly like family. Also, the teachers care about us like their own children, and since there are small classes, we get one-on-one teaching a lot of times. Even students who are not of the same religion love this school because of how much the teachers care. Yes, it would be nice to go to a big school, but I love MCS. My Senior D.C. trip was the highlight of my 13 years there. My class bonded and it was just a blast.