Corpus Christi Catholic School
Houston, TX 77025
About This School
In 2010, Corpus Christi Catholic School had 11 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Texas average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Corpus Christi Catholic School Reviews
Great fit for my kids....
CCCS has been a very good fit for my 2 children. Yes, it may do better in some things like improved technology or updated resources; but the love for learning, sense of community, and knowledge they developed in this school far outweighs the negative. Whatever the school is lacking in resource and technology, I am pretty sure the students learn easily because of their strong foundation. My five year old surprises me with what he knows. I don't even ask him what he learns. He knows and connects the simple machines he has learned when he plays with his toys, he spits out the different birds, etc. All this from kindergarten class! I am sorry for those who may not have had a good experience in this school. I hope you find a school that will best serve your children. I think I have found it in Corpus Christi Catholic School.
Corpus Christi Has Been a Great School for Our Family!
We have been very satisfied with CCCS. Our youngest is currently in PK4 and I know for a fact that the administration is very visible. The principal greets students every morning with a hug and is always interacting with students and parents. The small, family atmosphere is exactly why we chose Corpus Christi and why we've stayed. The staff knows every student by name and meets all students' needs.
School tolerates bullies. Houston Police Officer was called to Corpus Christi Catholic School because of a harassment issue involving students and parents. School administration was upset about the school 's image and potential impact of police presence and police report. Bully was allowed to stay enrolled and harassed middle schooler withdrew . School is filled with bad administrators that are disconnected with the realities of today's world. Small school = Small minds!
Poor administration efforts. Faculty and staff struggle to understand the needs and emotional developmental milestones of 3 and 4 year olds. Monitoring of PK 3 & 4 classrooms is lacking in every way. In my opinion, it is unsafe. Staff is lacking in supervision skills related to this stage of early childhood development. I have misjudged this school and regret placing my child in the PK program for the 2013-2014 school year. We are currently looking for a new school.
It has good academics and sports are really not their thing in this foundation of school. The teachers are excellent and coaching and faculty staff are amazing. We have like the best principal we ever had in our school. My middle school teachers are really young and our oldest teacher I"ll say is 42 years old and our youngest is 25 years old.