Valley Catholic School Reviews
Rating 4.01 out of 5 74 reviews
I was forced to go to Valley Catholic. The place is highly overrated. Some people just don't care bout the covid protocol. I feel like we went back to school too quickly. I wish we had more hybrid days to make a smoother transition back to school.
I am in my third year at Valley and I have had nothing but positive experiences. In particular the community cultivated by the staff and students was extremely welcoming when I came in not knowing anybody.
A great and loving community of teachers and classmates. They strive for excellence in an environment and school that prepares its students for college
I first started at Valley Catholic as a freshman and overall, I think that it is a great school. Because it is a college prep school, the education is outstanding and has really prepared me for college next year. The class sizes are fairly small, so that means that there is a lot more opportunities for one-on-one interactions with the teachers if you have any questions or concerns. The community is what really makes Valley Catholic special, however. As well as a high school, Valley Catholic also has a middle school, elementary school, and an early learning school, so a lot of the kids who grew up going to Valley Catholic also graduate from high school here. This gives older students opportunitues to help the younger students if they need it because we are all on the same campus. Because we are a Catholic school, the nuns come over from the church fairly often to help us not only grow intellectually, but spiritually as well. Valley Catholic is a great school and I highly reccomend it.
Teachers are dedicated to their students’ success and work above and beyond to see that they succeed. Only good experiences.
Agree with the former comment. They treat boys badly. Been there more than 1 year, cannot tolerate anymore. Bad attitude and very bureaucratic--their teacher training is not about how to teach your kids well, but how to provide parents with formula-type of answers, how to protect themselves and how to find themselves the easy way out. Stay away!!
I've been at Valley since 2nd grade. The academics are fantastic. The teachers are wonderful, always helpful and accessible. There is a very real sense of community among the students in my class.
I have attended Valley Catholic since I was in Kindergarten. Attending this school for so long has given me so many opportunities and allowed for so much growth. So happy I have spent 13 years here.
The teachers and staff just simply do not like boys. If you have son, stay away from this school. The teachers treat boys terribly and are abusive and degrading to boys. My son has been verbally beaten down so badly that he lacks confidence and is depressed!! This starts in the elementary grade level. It’s gotten so bad that by the time the boys reach middle school, most boys opt out of going to middle school. This causes the gender ratio in middle school to be unbalanced. The ratio with girls in middle school far outweighs boys. Girls are swarming towards the limited boys in their grade!! It’s just crazy!! I hope the President reads this review and does something about it!!!
Some teachers really don’t teach very from what my son and my own observations and it also seems as if they only teach to have fun and hand out detentions for fun from what my son has told me and he has been getting a lot of detentions for no good reason
I've been a part of the Valley Catholic community since preschool and have grown up learning the values of service, openness, and teamwork over the course of my time. It is a school where students know each other and one can talk to teachers for one-on-one help. Valley has pushed me academically through tough classes but has also challenged me to think about service, faith, and always striving for excellence.
The teachers are very helpful and really care about their students. They are always ready to help with any one on one explanations that are needed and want students to succeed.
I loved the teachers and the general atmosphere of students. Very friendly community and very rigorous program that prepares you well for college. Highly recommend.
I looked at many private schools before choosing Valley. I think the community is very close and supportive across all of the schools. In the high school teachers really care about helping you.
Amazing staff and great community. All around excellence all around the campus. There's opportunity for everyone. Every student is able to be involved in many different activities. There is great student teacher connections. They have many successful sports teams and the community is inspiring.
Valley catholic has been awesome at bringing kids together and inculcating a behavior of love and respect among each other. Children are challenged in what they do and are enthusiastic and excited to learn more every day. The sports program and after school activities are of great variety and provide an opportunity to everyone who wants to try something new.
Valley Catholic is an amazing school where many different kids come together. They accept everyone and strive for excellence in every way. The sports teams are very accepting and supportive. The school community is very including and I am very thankful to be apart of it. Valley Catholic has an amazing academic program and it has teachers that are willing to help you no matter what. They are always there to help you with whatever you need. The student to teacher ratio is amazing, and it feels as if their teaching style is tailored to you as a student. Valley Catholic is not only an amazing school but it has an outstanding community that supports everyone involved in it. Each student is encouraged is be themselves and to take part in the activities that they choose. The average class size is 18 students which allows a student teacher relationship to be created. I am very thankful for Valley Catholic.