My son goes there. He is happy in the school. I m especially fond of the parent seminars offered at night and the fact that everyone knows my child's name nod is friendly toward him. Whether the child is reading two grade levels above or more is not really the school's doing but a mere fact that all
... Read more kids are different. I have three, so I know. The catholic aspect is stressed and so is courteously and respect. The principal is energetic, hardworking, and tries hard. Moreover, she is a practicing catholic and this sets the mood for the school. For all this, I give the school four stars. Read less
Posted by a parent on 10/24/13
My child won't be going to middle school here. The teachers are not experience and not that great. A lot needs to be done because of poor teacher quality. Most of the teachers are new and seems to need extensive training. Most good/experience teachers are not there anymore. I know a lot of 5th grader
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Posted by a parent on 10/18/13
Reading the reviews makes me wonder if my child will be attending middle school here. I know a lot of parents in 5th grade are planning to move out to another school. I guess I'll have to look for one starting now. 5th grade is ok but there are 36 or 37 of them in the class which is too much.
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Posted by a parent on 10/18/13
Terrible, very strict definitely will not be putting my child through middle school here. The elementary classes are alright. Though the discipline in the middle school is unbelievable. I hope many 5th grade families decide to go to Nobel with us.
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Posted by a parent on 06/08/13
I cannot say enough good things about this school, it's teachers and the principal. My son was previously enrolled in a public elementary school for pre-K. He was bullied at that school and the principal did nothing. Even called my son a liar! Enter St John Eudes. I was reluctant to send my son to a
... Read more new school, thinking the trauma of a change would be worse. I couldn't have been more wrong! My son not only made friends when entering kindergarten, he made buddies for life at SJE! The children are taught to be good to one another and to foster life long friendships. They pray for one another through hardships. When my son lost his Gmother, the entire class prayed for him. His buddies were right there for him comforting him along with his teacher and her assistant They also celebrate birthdays, new additions to the family, and accomplishments together. These guys are learning the true meaning of friendship and caring by living it inside and outside the classroom. As for academics, my son reads at a 2nd grade level, and he has learned great math and science concepts from SJE. Smartboards in every classroom, individual attention for each student, and the best car-line of any LA school! Read less
Posted by a parent on 05/09/13
Overall this school is the most bipolar school i have ever seen. I can promise you that 60% of the perfect reviews are from parents of the elementary grades, and some of the teachers talk to students as like they are belittling them. The School's Principle is the most sinister person ever. My son who
... Read more was in the EDC afterschool daycare program, the supervisors find a way to belittle my son. I myself talked to the principle and the EDC supervisor and Read less
Posted by a parent on 05/02/13
I have had nothing but a great experience at this school. Our principal is always willing to listen to you and is very hands on. Our teachers go above and beyond to help students. The only bullies i have found are parents that baby their children. News flash, KIDS LIE, some kids are disrespectful what
... Read more is the school to do, most of the problems these one star ratings are talking about are in junior high. News flash again... these are teenagers have you heard of hormones if you can't handle your kids at home then don't expect teachers to handle it at school without some sort of discipline. In detention they are asked to reflect on their why they are there, is that really so bad, you should be thanking the school. Also these people that are complaining you know your are paying for this school right, you can leave at anytime no one is keeping you hostage. I am sorry but i like to think of SJE as safe, unlike other schools our kids stay kids. No drugs, alcohol, bad language, ditching etc. is tolerated. Even you one star people have to agree to that !!! SJE students get into the high school of their choice, what does that say to you? Read less
Posted by a parent on 03/18/13
I've been reading the reviews of those that give this school 1 star or less and I can't believe what I read. It seems that there is some kind of campaign to degrade the rating of this great school (maybe by another local school, afterall there is alot of competition out there for education dollars
... Read more with the economy being what it is). One posting talks about writing a letter to the "Dean" - but there is no dean at the school. Another talks about $12 lunches. There have never been $12 lunches. Apparently these postings are coming from a source which has no direct experience at the school. So you've got to wonder about the value of those ratings. This school is way ahead of other schools in techology, values education, student achievement, and parental involvement. The cost of tuition is comparable to other Catholic schools in the area and there are a number of families at the school which could easily afford to send their children to much more expensive schools - but they send them to this school because of its excellence and the value they receive. My kids are getting a great education here and I wouldn't want them going anywhere else. Read less
Posted by a parent on 01/28/13
Dont ever put your child here. I did and I regret it every day when he comes home and tells me about his day. How the teachers bully him.
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Posted by a parent on 01/16/13
St. John Eudes is a wonderful school that prepares students for challenging high schools and college. The small school atmosphere allows every child to have opportunities to shine whether as a scholar, athlete, artist, debater of just social butterfly. Unlike many schools there is still a chance for
... Read more children to learn music and art and most importantly, to enter the world filled with faith and optimism. Instead of focusing on ordinary daily irritants when choosing schools parents should look at where the children are in 10 years after graduate. With that in mind St John Eudes is a jewel. Read less
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Chatsworth schools — St. John Eudes School is located at 9925 Mason Ave, Chatsworth CA 91311. 9925 Mason Ave is in the 91311 ZIP code in Chatsworth, CA The school district for St. John Eudes School is the Archdiocese Of Los Angeles. St. John Eudes School is a Catholic school that serves grade levels K - 8.
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