United Educational Cultural Academy
Chicago, IL 60643
About This School
In 2010, United Educational Cultural Academy had 3 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Illinois average is 16 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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United Educational Cultural Academy Reviews
The best school ever!
United Educational Cultural Academy treats you like family while providing a top-notch education!! I recommend it highly.
Small classrooms and excellent curriculum,,,
I love this school. I would gladly pay the tuition to send my kids here again. The public schools in my area have lots of issues on a daily basis. My kids experienced many opportunities for growth with their challenging curriculum while in a safe environment.
I graduated from United Educational Cultural Academy and I had all AP classes in high school. I couldn't have been better prepared for college. This school had my personal interest in mind at all times and I definitely felt setup for success after graduation. I still drop by for a visit because this school becomes family. I was enrolled at 3 years old along with my two brother. I was fluent in cursive handwriting and reading by 4 years old. We all were accepted at Chicago magnet school programs due to our highly scored testing.
Awesome in below grade level students!
I thank God for this school! My sixth grader entered this school with a 3rd grade standardize test score in Math. She has completed her first year and just took their Terra Nova Standardized testing in April. She's scored at an 8th grade level! Praise God! She now loves Math! This school is truly a blessing and worth every penny!
This school is good in helping kids with the reading and math skills they need to advance to a grade level higher than their own or above. But they have little or no proffessionalism and organization skills at all. It is much too costly and you don't see where the money is going besides the book fees and trips. which can be extreme at times. Some teachers actually care and others don't. I would rather pay for a caring and concern teacher than one who is there just to collect a check. I've spent far less money for way better services. It isn't worth it. Home school your child or pay for tutoring services if your child attends a not so good public school. At least that way you know exactly what he/she is getting.