As a former alumnus, I am proud to say the tradition embeded in this institution is something I've only seen experienced by private/boarding school students from the East Coast. Having been 3rd generation to go through the halls, it meant a lot to represent such a fine school in all possible aspects.
... Read more The Staff are always a cut above the rest, having prepared me very well for college, and the standards in extracurriculars are well above average. I would recommend this fine school to any person who desires an experience like a big 4 year university, in a small hs setting. Read less
Posted by a other on 09/24/09
A wonderful all-around school. Strong academics, varied activities for all interests, great athletics, incredible school spirit and community.
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Posted by a other on 09/16/09
My oldest son just graduated from Saints and my other son is an incoming junior. Many of my male family members (including my father) went here. This is an OUTSTANDING SCHOOL! For many years, 100% of the students graduate to college. How many public schools can say that? The school understands boys
... Read more and how to teach to them. It is an all-boys school but this means that there is no distraction (from girls) on a day-to-day basis for the boys but the school is very involved with the all-girls high school close by, Our Lady of Peace. Both my boys have not only received an outstanding academic education, but the school reinforces the morals, values and ethics we teach at home. Even though my husband is not Catholic, he is the biggest fan of Saints. As parents, this was the absolute best decision we ever made! Terri P. Read less
Posted by a parent on 08/20/08
Our son is a current student at the school. and we are very happy with the way he is turning out. The school truly 'gets' the need for an excellent academic program as well as the necessity for excellence in athletics. Case in point: many of the student athletes have GPAs 3.0 and above. There is something
... Read more for everyone at the school. The families are a wonderful mixture of various cultures and backgrounds from throughout the county. You cannot go wrong with this school. It stands heads above both private and public schools where drugs are readily available and dominate the social scene. Read less
Posted by a parent on 08/07/08
It's amazing that people can say that Saints has a high teacher turnover rate, when most of the teachers have been at the school almost 10 years, some having taught at the school for upwards of 40 years. In regard to an all male environment, Saints has had a long standing, close relationship with OLP,
... Read more and the atmosphere on campus only fosters a close brotherhood among students. It's not as if you didn't know it was an all guys school when you enrolled your son! Read less
Posted by a student on 06/17/08
This is one of the greatest High school programs available and it is worth every penny. The demanding academics curriculum transforms the students into very responsible and capable men. The arts and sports programs are also excellent at any competitive level. The catholic fundamentals are very visible
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Posted by a parent on 03/10/08
Great school, great atmosphere, great community, everything is centered around the students, everybody wants to student to succed in school and in life, and after academics, the next point that the school enforces is extracurricular activities, as good and helpful to the student to become competent young
... Read more men. And always the school wants and trys to involve parents to encourage their student to succed in all of their endevors. I loved going there. Read less
I graduated from Saints two years ago, and although I am not a parent , I can safely say that I would not trade my four years at Saints for anything in the world. It is truly a place where leadership can be easily cemented in your child, and it will leave your son with an immense number of gratifying
... Read more experiences. There is simply nothing like it. Parents, if you have an opportunity to send you son to Saints, do it, do it, do it! Your young boy will come out of St. Augustine High School as a man, a real man, a Saintsman. Read less
Posted by a former student on 12/09/05
I cannot begin to say how much this school has done for my Son's development as a young man. He is a high achieving honors student who could have attended a number of public and private schools. We selected this school for the religious affiliation, and the fact that they 'get' boys. They understand
... Read more how teenage boys ;earn and do an excellent job of teaching to them. The staff is Top notch, parents are amazing and wonderfully supportive. It is our extended family in every way. I cannot recommend this school enough. In todays world they are preparing men of Faith, Character, and honor. These ill be tomorrows leaders. Ethical, Compassionate, and educated men. Read less
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San Diego schools — St Augustine High School is located at 3266 Nutmeg St, San Diego CA 92104. 3266 Nutmeg St is in the North Park neighborhood and 92104 ZIP code in San Diego, CA The school district for St Augustine High School is the Diocese Of San Diego Education Office. St Augustine High School is a Catholic school that serves grade levels 9 - 12.
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