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Holy Rosary Academy

190 Graylynn Dr, Nashville, TN 37214
(615) 883-1108

(out of 10)

Private Grades PK-8 359 students 19 students/teacher (TN avg is 15)

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About this school

Holy Rosary Academy is a private middle school in Nashville. The principal of Holy Rosary Academy is Betty Reynolds, Ed.D., whose e-mail is 359 students go to Holy Rosary Academy and identify as White, non-Hispanic; Asian; and Asian/Pacific Islander. The ratio of students to teachers at Holy Rosary Academy is 19:1. Donelson Middle School is one of the nearest middle schools.

Student Ethnicities

Ethnicity School District
White, non-Hispanic 84% %
Asian 7% %
Asian/Pacific Islander 5% %
Hispanic 4% %
Multiracial 3% %
Black, non-Hispanic 1% %
Native American or Native Alaskan 0% %
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0% %

Community ratings & reviews

  • (9 months ago)

    I would not recommend this school. While there are some wonderful teachers at this school there are also a couple of teachers that have no business teaching. I cannot support a school that allows teachers to abuse their power over students.

  • (1 year ago)

    get the daddy's out of sports give every child a chance the daddy's on the line of any sports need to be removed standing on the line dosn`t mean they know the game they are there to make sure their child child plays two or three coaches are the most you need in any sports( do your job) GET THE DADS OUT OF SPORTS GIVE EVERY BODY A CHANCE IN SPORTS FOR A BETTER SCHOOL IF YOU ARE SCARED OF THE DADS GET OUT OF COACHING

  • (1 year ago)

    I agree with the parent who complained about the sports situation at Holy Rosary. If your child is not a star athlete who can score a gazillion points per game they are going to be on the bench. Sometimes there are too many players and the coaches play the same players over and over because they think they are better than the others. There was one coach who had a daughter on the team she played every minute of every game every time even when she screwed up repeatedly. Meanwhile all the parents who drove 45 miles to the game ended up watching their kid on the bench. One day the team my child was part of spent 7 hours after school at tournament games where she played a grand total of 60 seconds and some played not at all. I know we are not alone in having these experiences I imagine it is quite common in a lot of middle school sports. My advice is to skip the sports at Holy Rosary and spend the time doing more useful activities. Unless you are going to coach or co-coach the team your child will not be given the practice/play time to improve.

  • (1 year ago)

    HRA is challenging academically which is good but if your child struggles a bit they are made to feel not up to par. It's like this.....if your child is a "cookie cutter" child with no issues then great you will have no issues with this school. If they aren't what I call "cookie cutter" children then you will be frustrated at this school. Also I must tell you that in sports IT'S ALL DADDY BALL! The teams aren't that great but your child doesn't have much of a chance to excel if you yourself are not friends with the coach(which is always a dad) or your child isn't friends with the coach's son. These daddy ball parents crack me up and upset me at the same time b/c they really think they are something. It's pathetic and hard to explain to a child. Unfortunately this is what happens when you rely on volunteers. While I realize this happens at a lof of schools this school of alumni parents takes the cake.

  • (2 years ago)

    Great school! More demanding academically than public schools but your child's abilities will be increased because of that. My child is doing work that his friends in the grade above him in public schools are not doing yet. Cross country running and tennis are available to all students beginning in kindergarten. Spanish starts in kindergarten and continues every year. Visit the school. You will not see kids running and pushing in the halls. They are taught morals and manners as well as religion. Worth every penny I have spent and more!

  • (3 years ago)

    Our first year at Holy Rosary Academy has been a huge success. The devotion of the staff/teachers/parents is evident. I believe that Holy Rosary encompasses all the qualities/tools that contribute to the academic and social success of it's students. There has been a focus on academics public speaking physical fitness and community. We are a highly academically focused family and carefully researched HRA before choosing this school for our children. HRA has exceeded our expectations and we are impressed with this past school year.

  • (3 years ago)

    I have two children at Holy Rosary Academy currently and they both love it. They are encouraged every day to do great work and the entire faculty and staff provided a great atmosphere and environment for our children.

  • (5 years ago)

    We love this school! The teachers made the kindergarten transition painless for our daughter. She never shed a tear and loves going to school everyday!

  • (6 years ago)

    My daughter attended Holy Rosary Academy and it was the finest school she or her sister had the privilege of attending.

  • (7 years ago)

    Its ok yeah there arent alot of help for children with disabilitys but it is a great school for your child!

  • (11 years ago)

    There is an emphasis on rote learning no help for children with disabilities and preferential treatment for familial ties. Academics are geared towards middle/high children.

  • (11 years ago)

    My child loves to go to school. he comes home happy and loves to learn. Holy Rosary Academy is a wonderful school. the teachers work great with the parents.

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