This school is not a good choice to attend if you live in the area. I have attended this school for only a year and already I am wanting to switch to the public school in the area. Not only does it not bring students closer to the faith at all but turns students away from it. Students and parents really have NO say in what goes on at school. It's all up to the administration at the school which is unfair and bias. Terrible school terrible student and family satisfaction. The majority of students at Pacelli that I have spoken to want to switch to public school.
Pacelli High School is a private high school in Stevens Point. The principal of Pacelli High School is Jeffrey J Brengman. 232 students attend Pacelli High School and identify mostly as White, non-Hispanic; Asian; and Multiracial. The ratio of students to teachers at Pacelli High School is 11:1. Stevens Point Area Senior High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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The school system is run by a president and he will accomodate the families with money and their unfairness requests. The classrooms are small the education is good; however the staff is based on family friends and alumni. And they have a mayor "click" where is not equal for everyone and extremlly unfair for the new or poor families. The teachers don't challenge the smarter students & over focus on the "slower kids". The athletic director only cares about football and football only. If you have money to the school or are an alumni your child will play & will start on any sport regardless of the skills. The AD can't keep quility coaches due to his lack of profecionalism organizational skills honesty and simply not qualified for the job. Overall (in my opinion) Pacelli has the potentiol of becoming a great school but they talk & talk and don't do much to fix their issues.
The school offers excellent opportunities. Their academic rank is quite high and above average in many ways. The students are treated with the equality that they deserve. The teachers are well educated and have the abilities to teach the kids many important things about faith and life.
School that 'talks the talk' but does not 'walk the walk.' Not enough courses offered not many resources available. Only plus is that there are religion classes taught every day but in reality they don't bring students closer to the Catholic faith
The teachers are great at what they teach and go out of their way to make sure the students know the concepts being taught.