St. Catherine of Siena is an exceptional school. Although it is one class per grade school the academic curriculum covered and the extracurricular activities available make it an excellent value. SCS has great faculty who motivate kids and challenge them. Discipline is excellent too. I am very satisfied and grateful that my kids are going to SCS.
St. Catherine of Siena School is a private middle school in Wilmington. 242 children attend St. Catherine of Siena School and identify primarily as Multiracial; Hispanic; and White, non-Hispanic. The student to teacher ratio at St. Catherine of Siena School is 18:1. Brandywine Springs School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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- P.E. classes
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i love st.Cathrine it is an amazing school. I'm a student there and i love the teacher and kids
St. Catheine of Siena is truly an outstanding school. Although the teachers and curriculum are challenging the school environment is both friendly and welcoming. Also the students who graduate from St. Catherine of Siena are very much prepared for their next scholastic journey.
St. Catheine of Siena is an exceptional school and the best kept secret of the Diocese of Wilmington. The teachers and curriculum are challenging. The school also has many after school activities that include Drama Club Chess Club Mad Science Lego Robotics just to name a few.
The community atmosphere provides a wholesome environment for learning. The faculty is very professional and caring. In addition to the well-rounded academic curriculum students take Spanish computers music art and PE from kindergarten on and all immersed in a Christian environment where values are important. I never knew how great a school this was until my children left St. Catherine's.
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