St Hugo has provided an excellent atmosphere and commitment to educational excellence and community for our family.
St. Hugo of the Hills Elementary School is a private middle school. The principal of St. Hugo of the Hills Elementary School is Sr. Margaret Van Velzen, Ihm and can be contacted at email@example.com. 565 students attend St. Hugo of the Hills Elementary School and identify mostly as White, non-Hispanic; Asian; and Black, non-Hispanic. The ratio of students to teachers at St. Hugo of the Hills Elementary School is 22:1. East Hills Middle School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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All three of my children attended St. Hugo through 8th grade graduation. They were very well prepared for the rigors of high school academics in all subjects and I have no doubt this was/is largely due to the consistent high expectations of St. Hugo teachers and administration the solid academics taught and reinforced tradition and strong morals and values that were taught and modeled. Although there are very good schools in the surrounding area St. Hugo's students receive much more than an excellent education. They learn strong study habits discipline responsibility and Christian values. An excellent school!
Great school very strong academically .I agree classes way to big and poor kindergarden program with no preK at all.This school teaches very strong believes and good morals all families very supportive teachers very friendly and cooperative.
Have 2 children at Hugos and love it. Sister Margaret runs a great school. Very dedicated teachers. Great community with very involved families. I could have sent my kids to any school in the area but have no doubt I've made a great choice for my kids. Although other schools have beautiful facilities The education couldn't be better than Hugos!
Great parents and great kids but the class sizes are far too big and school leadership doesn't seem to be interested in improvement.
I am very happy and have been at the school since 1987 this is our last year and i will be very sad to not be here any more