About This School
In 2010, Blessed Sacrament School had 9 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Wisconsin average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Blessed Sacrament School Reviews
I also have two children at this school and am not at all impressed. I have attended private school my entire life and this school is a joke. i am sorry to say this but it is lacking not only communication between the teacher and parents but from what i have seen also the staff itself. It is obvious that this school has absolutely no control over their children. They have all of these rules set in place and clearly don't abide by them. They don't enforce their rules whatsoever. Its clear who runs this school and it isn't the principle or the staff. I have volunteered a few times and was appalled by the way the children behave and disrespect not only the teachers but the volunteers as well. this is not the school that i imagined for my children. As a parent, you want your child to receive the best education that you can provide them. this school is not what i expected. My child has fallen so behind i have had to teach him myself at home. We pay all of this money for them to receive "a better education" and yet i have to end up teaching him myself at home. I have to blame myself for not doing enough research on the school prior to enrolling them. I have learned my lesson. i have now done my research and have found an excellent school and i can't wait for the school year to end to finally get them out. I really thought this school would work out, because the low number of students and the location. I was clearly mistaken.
They have a real lack of communication and seem to have a huge problem grading homework. I have 2 children who go there and they will not be attending there next year I feel a public school has much more to offer and is in tune more with a quailty education, grading, and COMMUNICATION.