St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School is a highly rated, private, Catholic school located in Austin, TX. It has 390 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. Tuition is $11,400 for the highest grade offered. After graduation, 95% of students from this school go on to attend a 4-year college.
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St. Dominic Savio CHS provides the community a place for bright students to shine, pursue various hobbies and STEM academics, and grow in their faith. The school becomes a family and the teachers are always willing to challenge and encourage their students. The sports teams always do very well, and personally I loved playing on the Tennis team. Even activities such as the Spring Musical allow the student a chance to learn how to balance their time and step outside of themselves to create a character. There was a heart for service as well. The Junior "street retreat" is just one place where students learn to see the world through someone else's eyes- those of the homeless. Overall, St. Dominic Savio is a wonderful place to continue one's lifelong goals of academia and growth.
The classes are very engaging and if you need to clarify something, all of the teachers are very helpful and very kind and love for students to come and ask questions. The community as a whole is very fun and active as there are a lot of assemblies and family time activities the students and faculty take part in. The football games are also very fun to go to because all your friends are there to cheer on the team and it is very fun to sit in the stands and have fun. Overall, my experience at Savio has been very good because I have made a lot of friends, I have played two sports, and have made a pretty decent grade point average from the hard work I have put in to be successful at Savio.
The school has excellent academics, and I will be more prepared for college than any of my friends attending public school. However, sports is not important to the staff or principal, so the sports teams often go overlooked and do not get any help, especially if they have to miss for games. The teachers are fantastic and the student body is very supportive of each other.