St. Edmund's Academy
- Private School
- Pittsburgh, PA
- PK, K-8
Parent: I love the diversity of our school, and it's something you won't find in other school in the city. The teachers know my kids so well. They treat them like family members, which sounds cliche but is true. They have very high standards for kids in the classrooms but they teach kids how to maintain that level of rigor in an enjoyable way that does not cause them undue anxiety. My kids are learning how to balance their academics, sports, outside activities, and fun with their friends in a way that I envy! Most importantly though, everyone in school reinforces the messages about kindness, consideration, empathy, and respect for differences that we're telling them at home. This was something notably missing from our public school experience and, in my opinion, is worth the financial sacrifice to send them to this school. Choosing this school will likely go down as one of the best decisions I've made for them in their lives. It's a very special place.
- 286 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Spruce Hill Christian School
- Private School
- Philadelphia, PA
Parent: The grandparents day is the best I have attended. Staff has always be approachable, showing genuine concern for all the children.
It appears the teaching staff and administrators have a very warm working relationship. The level of diversity made it a real pleasure to be a part of such an international environment. I believe this aided in the educational experience for my grandson and our family at large. As he became friends with different races and cultures, we did likewise.
The staff has been consistent. I love it when I walk into the building and they know my name.
It has felt like family throughout the eight years that my grandson attended Spruce Hill.
I was weepy when Isaiah graduated, pledging to donate for future scholarships
I would and have recommended others to Spruce Hill. I used to drive 40 minutes in to the city for this wonderful educational experience.
- 309 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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