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St. Benedict School - Elberta, AL

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School NameAddressPhoneGradesCountyTypeDistrict Name
St. Benedict SchoolP.O. Drawer 819
Elberta, AL 36530
(251) 986-8143PK-8Baldwinprivate 

Ethnic BackgroundPercentYear
White, non-Hispanic96.03172008
Black, non-Hispanic1.58732008

Students per TeacherYear

8/7/2009otherSchool of Excellent, outstanding teachers, outstanding office staff. St. Benedicts teaches and graduates outstanding students who exceed High School and College levels. I know all 5 of my nieces and nephews graduated and 1 Grandchild who is an outstanding student herself. Thank you St. Benedict and your outstanding Chinese program.
5/28/2008parentI can't say enough about Saint Benedict's. It has been such a blessing for my son and my family. Our public school experience was awful. We moved after Christmas break to this wonderful place were people care for my child and want to see him succeed. His grades improved, he was able to just be a 7th grade boy instead of dealing with the awful things he had to deal with in the public system. The administration addresses situation before they have a chance to become problems. They teach them values and community responsibility. It is a very well rounded education. My only regret is that we did not start 7 years ago.
2/23/2008studentI went to St. Benedict's and I lived every minute of it. The teachers are great and are always willing to do anything for you. You make great friends that last forever. As I went through high school i found myself almost over prepared as I made A after A. The teachers did a wonderful job preparing me for what was up ahead. I am very greatful.
12/13/2007parentThe staff is helpful, the parents are involved, and the children are taught values!
5/30/2007parentHaving my third child at Saint Benedict School now, should say how I feel. All schools may lack in areas and though out our 18 years at Saint Benedicts we have seen it. But the trade off is knowing our children are safe and well taken care of. Academic programs have improved in the last few years and extracurricular activities are on a re-bound! The new principal has really kicked things in gear, which parents notice and the involvement is great! Our school boards continue to work hard along with the staff that sees a great improvement. The outlook looks great for Saint Benedicts and everyone's ready for the years to come. Scholarships, Chinese Language along with Spanish and College students excelling along with very prominent business people, have all achieved great things coming from Saint Benedicts!
5/24/2005parentThis school has been a disappointment. I am happy with the academics in the lower grades, math and reading in the upper grades are lacking. Our principal was ill this year and the assistant principal helped run the school. No plan is in place to cover long-term teacher or administrative illnesses, or maternity leaves. The extracurricular activities were poorly planned with no one person coordinating all the coaches. Spanish and art were cancelled mid year. Softball and track were not available. Parent involvement is O.K. and could be better, but adminstration does not ask for volunteers. Communication is poor. Those of us who asked questions and offered solutions, trying to make positive change were ignored/blacklisted. My kids won't be attending next year. The public schools are better run and academically superior.
3/7/2005parentHave been involved with school for over 10 years, Have children that have completed 8 years and presently have a student. Due to problems beyond her contol we have not had a lot of leadership from the principal. The teacher quality is great in the lower grades. Parent involvement could be better but I also feel it is better then most schools, private or public. Discipline is so much better then public schools and the overall quality is great.There are a few staff changes that could be made, but for the whole part I'am glad to part of the school and would suggest you join the school.

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