Calvary Christian School is located in Norfolk, VA. It is a private school that serves 121 students in grades PK,K-12. Calvary Christian School is coed (school has male and female students) and is Christian (no specific denomination) in orientation. The school belongs to the Other school association(s).
This school was boring if u ask me. There was no excitment. The teachers were mean an hadnan attitude. The students had groups and showed there likeness or dislikeness of another student. There is no extra curricular programs. We went on 1 feild trip a year an they weret good field trips either. They didnt let u express or diversify either. An waste your money in getting those shirts emborderd. They out grow the shirt an cant give them away. Your child will be sad, depressed, brain fried, and scared to exprss theirselves if u snd your child here. Its a waste of money. send them to a school that will challnge them an give them after school extra curricular choices too. Let them find their hidden talent.
This school has shrunk into near nothingness due to its complete disregard for proper education. While the facilities are wonderful, the teachers are either unqualified to teach or unable to control their classes. The administration is in shambles. Records are lost, and oversights have been made in hiring teachers that have even led to criminal cases. The school is a glorified day care for preteens and teens. There is no academic challenge whatsoever and sending your child here will cripple them academically. There is no cultural diversity. One of the key elements of education is diversifying oneself, whether it is intellectually or culturally. There is neither at Calvary Christian Schools. Do not waste your money, find a private school that actually challenges students, or just send them to public school. (This review only applies to middle and high school)
by a Former Student
on Sep 19, 2010
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