St. Scholastica Academy Reviews
Rating 3.86 out of 5 253 reviews
I love how the all-girls aspect benefits my level of focus and accomplishment. I am able to form long-lasting relationships with the girls around me on a deeper level.
St. Scholastica does an excellent job at preparing its students for college. By starting in 8th-grade students are given a "head-start" on graduation requirements, allowing for more variety in classes during junior and senior year. The teachers do an excellent job of being available for extra help and encourage students to be thinkers and advocators.
This school has been an amazing experience and helped me to grow in my Catholic faith and become a more well rounded student. I have been able to form deep connections with both my teachers and my fellow peers that will not soon be forgotten.
I have attended St. Scholastica Academy for the past 4 years and this year I will be an upcoming Senior. This High School has been an amazing experience and has really made me feel at home. They have made me feel well prepared for College and for anything past College. A new day at St. Scholastica always brings a new challenge upon me whether it be in education, academics, or just my daily life. The teachers make sure to create bonds with the students, which allows us to feel comfortable around them and ask any questions when needed. St. Scholastica has been a huge part of my life and it will always be a second home to me. I am excited to see what my Senior year at St. Scholastica will bring.
It was great. I loved it when I was there. But when I entered the "real world" I realized just how much of a bubble I was in. Diversity is so bad it's a joke. The math and science was not very strong when I was there. They've revamped the administration since I've left. It's better now.
The school body as a whole is amazing! The teachers truly care about the success of their students! Teachers build good relationships with students and dedicated to helping students with their future!
SSA challenges me academically while preparing me for college. It also has allowed me to grow as a person through faith, friendships, and new experiences.
They really made sure to teach you how to write papers and to take college level tests. They also had AP classes and dual enrollment classes. They taught us how to read and look for certain details in articles and books. They taught us how to evaluate literature and history and to write about it from our perspective. They taught us advanced math. We had many musicals and talented art groups. The school has a variety of types of groups and organizations that you can be involved in.
Since Saint Scholastica is an all girls school, the experience ingrains a deep sense of feminism and gender equality into its students. In my experience, I have noticed that girls from Saint Scholastica are generally more confident in leadership roles and are more capable of voicing their opinions in male dominated situations. The resources this school provides allows for its student to flourish in their knowledge and become truly well rounded women.
St. Scholastica allowed me to develop into a young women. It gave me the opportunity to fight for what I believed, be active in what I love, and thrive in academics. Though there were moments where SSA lacked in spirit and support, I hold firm in the thought that every place has their own flaws. I found the school continued to make a turn around. I can say with confidence, SSA never lacked in love and faith. The teachers care for the students and strive to better their education each day and everyday. Teachers help students balance prayer, work, study, and community. That is what SSA is all about and what it will continue to be.
SSA has provided me with some unforgettable memories; however, it has also presented some tough challenges along the way. It is a college prep school which means the classes can be difficult at times, but the teachers are always willing to lend a helping hand. SSA also offers many enjoyable experiences each year which strengthens the bond between my classmates.
SSA has been a great place for me to grow! Their pillars of prayer, work, study, and community are implemented so very well. I have learned so much from my peers and teachers that I will take with me to college and on. SSA truly is a place of sisterhood.
Dr. Laforge has improved the school leaps and bounds. Campus is beautiful. Brand new stem building just opened! Excellent Math and Science Teachers.
I am a freshman at ssa right now and I believe this is the best all girl catholic high school to go to. Even tho I just started my second year I am very happy about my time there. We don’t just learn we enjoy learning. Being at ssa is the best thing ever
SSA is an amazing all girls high school that allows adolescent girls to grow in prayer, work, study, and community. The school also brings friends and classmates closer through the five years they are together. I have enjoyed SSA from the day I started and through all the changes it has gone through. These changes were made for the better and I feel as though I am ready to take on college from the prep SSA has provided for me.
I loved the all girls experience and all the teachers were very helpful and caring! They really know how to run a school! I feel like I am very prepared for college thanks to SSA.
Saint Scholastica is a place where girls go to learn the requirements for a high school diploma. You stay at the school for four years until you graduate, or five if you start in the eighth grade.