Did not prepare me for high school at all. The only good thing I have to say is that I am now in Honors Spanish and Honors English classes and I thank those teachers. Mrs. Pultro and Ms Burch were the best and strengthened my interest in English but the other teachers did not meet up to my needs. I never felt comfortable going to ask for help and the student environment made me feel very unwelcome here. Glad I've graduated however I do miss Mrs. Pultro and Ms. Burch.
St. Philip Neri Elementary School is a private middle school. The principal of St. Philip Neri Elementary School is Mrs. Catherine Daley, Principal, whose e-mail is email@example.com. 350 children attend St. Philip Neri Elementary School and identify mostly as White, non-Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Multiracial. The student to teacher ratio at St. Philip Neri Elementary School is 16:1. Lindale Middle School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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Another school year has come to a close. My children were so excited for the last day but also were sad to leave their classmates and their teacher. They are looking forward to next year and having the chance to be a part of chorus and the school play. The school builds their confidence my child was very quiet but actually was able to build that confidence to sing and perform in the Talent Show. Thank you SPN
St. Philip Neri is an excellent school the school main focus is for kids to learn. I like the fact that the Ms. Daley (the principal) and all other office personnel and teachers greeted the kids with their names it makes everybody feel special.
I am an employee as well as a parent of two graduates of St. Philip Neri School. SPN is a very welcoming community where everyone is seen as part of the family. There is a great deal of parental support and involvement and the teachers are top-notch. My own children graduated very well prepared for their private high school experiences. I would recommend our school to any prospective parent and encourage a visit to our campus to experience the school family all of us here enjoy.
St. Philip Neri School is an excellent school and prepared my four children for High School and to succeed into the future. If you what an excellent education than this is the correct school.
Being a teacher here for the past 39 years is testament enough for the love integrity and quality of St. Philip Neri Elementary School its students parents faculty staff and administrators. There has been tremendous growth technologically academically and spiritually throughout the years. There has been hurdles to leap over and reasons to celebrate. St. Philip Neri has continued to thrive! Community involvement charitable activities and regular liturgical celebrations root SPN in its Catholic Identity. Keeping abreast of academic trends technological resources and maintaining business partnerships keeps SPN current and viable. Creating a welcoming environment for all persons at SPN keeps our school vibrant. At SPN we are always looking towards the future!
SPN is a wonderful school! Everyone knows everyone so its more like a family. My son loves it and I love the teachers he has had.
St. Philip Neri School in Linthicum Maryland is a wonderful school. I have two sons who attend. They are in the fourth and second grades. The school provides a quality education. Religion is taught as a separate subject and elements of the Catholic faith are included throughout the day. For example physical education classes are concluded with a prayer. The students attend mass the first Friday of every month. Parents are welcome to attend. In addition the faculty and staff are excellent. The teachers care about the students and go the extra mile to provide extracurricular activities such as the Technology Club and School Play. The faculty is very welcoming greeting each student by name when they arrive in the morning. Parents are kept up-to-date about school events and information through a Thursday communication folder email and Facebook.
Great school my son loves everything about it. Nice size classes. Best decision I've ever made.
St. Philip Neri is a great school with small sized classes which helps provide the best learning environment for the students. The teachers really care and so does the administration. It feels like an extended family there.
St. Philip Neri is happy to announce that its 8th grade class per usual gained acceptance into the students' first choice high schools in the area. This is surely a testament to its small class sizes and superb teaching!
St. Philip Neri School is a great school. I love the classroom sizes and the teachers really seem to care. My son started there in the 3rd grade.
St. Philip Neri School has been a part of our family for the past 14 years. Besides the wonderful education received what I feel that is most important is installing the Christian beliefs within each student. My sons who received the education and the moral standards taught at the school have become young adults whose beliefs and values have taught them the difference between right and wrong. They are now in college and succeeding in life. The curriculum set by the school and the faculty strive to produce the best students who are motivated to learn while displaying Christian beliefs. --Submitted by a Teacher
We have four children enrolled at SPN - from Pre K to middle school. All of the children have been attending since they were in Pre K or Kindergarten. We absolutely love this school. They are learning and growing everyday with teachers and administrators who understand that all children are different and encourage growth in all aspects. From the scouts program to sports to band - the atmosphere is very family friendly and welcoming. One of me children has special needs and all of his teachers truly have gone above and beyond to make sure he has the most enriching experience possible.
St. Philip Neri is the best school I have ever worked at. I have never met another group of people who give all they can to help children succeed to their highest ability. We truly are a big family that welcomes everyone!
My family has been involved with St. Philip Neri School for 25 years we sent all 5 of our children here and I currently work here as well. This school has been home to us for many reasons one being the Christian based teachings as well as the classroom structure. The lessons in morality have carried through into their adult lives and made it worth any sacrifices we may have made to give them a faith based education. I highly recommend this school to any family looking to build a great foundation.
This school is awesome. I love its quiet secluded and secure environment on a large campus. The teachers are great especially the middle school science coordinator who comes up with extraordinary experiments for the children to learn scientific concepts like having the children design parachutes for raw eggs to determine wind resistance force. Then they launch them from the second story window. Egg survives you get an "A". My oldest daughter went into engineering because of Ms. Meeks.
We came to this school after many disappointing years at a nearby Catholic school. WE were so shocked at how the administration and teachers actually listen to the parents and how every is treated equal and not because you raise a lot of money for the school. The church is so involved with the school and all complaints and concerns are addressed immediately by the staff. I really love the fact that the school is diverse. I would recommend this school to any parents who is looking for a solid Catholic education with exceptional staff and teachers.
I have been part of the SPN community for many years. Every school has their issues; SPN is no different. I have never seen a closer school community than SPN. I ve witnessed many teachers go the extra mile to help a struggling student. If your child is average it is a great school. If your child is above average I do not think the academics are challenging. With that in mind I would like to see a stronger academic curriculum (last year the amount of math homework was cut because parents complained that 30 math problems were too many). I wish the school would emphasize writing. The school is getting a science lab and if done correctly will be a great asset. There is a definite bullying problem and sometimes I feel as though the administration doesn t care about chronic misbehavers. Sometimes I think the school is more worried about the right socks than disciplining the child that disrupts class. Bottom line if your child has behavioral issues or is at the top end or the bottom end of the academic spectrum SPN is probably not the best choice. However if you want a good Catholic environment and have the time and ability to supplement academics; SPN is a great choice.
My child attended this school for 3 grades. The first year kindergarten was great the 2nd year some issues surfaced the 3rd year was a nightmare. Do not send your child to this school if they have food allergies. The principal will tell you what you want to hear but not back it up at all. The principal put parents who were belligerent and uncooperative about providing safe food for children with food allergies in charge of a classroom with 2 food allergic children. There is a huge problem with bullies not being dealt with at all. The same children bully children in the same classes and the only punishment they get is sent to the office day after day and no escalation of punishment. The idea that this school is advanced academically is not true. The public school we are now at was actually ahead of St. Philip Neri in math. The atmosphere knowledge kindness overall treatment and organization was like night and day between the two schools as well. While there are several great employees and teachers the school overall has become a nightmare. Our experience is not unique. This past school year I know of at least 10 students not returning due to similar experiences.