10 Parent Reviews for Annunciation Catholic Academy
My school is Annunciation Catholic Academy, I think this school is not that great because There are many bullies at this school and no teacher wants to help kids that Are getting bullied. The Subject area of this school is also not that great they won't help me achieve my goals
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Posted by a other on 08/01/13
I am the review directly below referencing the catorization of ACA as materialistic and preppy. While no school is perfect I think it is unfair to categorize or rate a school based on demographics. I also intended to give it a 5 star recomendation instead of 3 stars. God Bless
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Posted by a teacher on 04/23/11
As a parent I found this school to be a very preppy school--more materialistic and style focus versus academic focused. I have seen a vast difference between this school and the school my child now attends in California. Although my child maintained a 3.8 GPA at anunciatin catholic academy, the child
... Read more was behind here in California. I think behavior and drug use is a big issue at this school. I do not recommend this school....it's all talk of a great school with little show. Read less
Posted by a parent on 02/11/09
I just transferred my special needs child to this school and couldn't be more pleased. The teacher communication has exceeded all expectations. A call in homework hotline is updated daily and assignment and test grades are available online as well. Accommodations have been graciously accepted.
... Read more The teachers are dedicated, creative, and obviously answer to a Higher Authority than our public school experience. The principal is loving and no nonsense and welcomes you like family. This school is a Godsend. Read less
Posted by a parent on 10/26/08
We have been part of the ACA family for over 8 years and feel it is an exceptional school in all areas. Students are encouraged to develop at their own pace with the support of teachers. Our administration is in tune with developing the whole child and is always ready to (really) listen to parents.
... Read more We feel very blessed that our children attend Annunciation. Read less
Posted by a parent on 10/04/08
This one of the worst schools in the county. If you can avoid sending your child there it will definitely be a plus.
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Posted by a parent on 08/06/08
We are new to this school and I have never been more pleased with the decision. My daughter comes home every day excited about her day and tells me that the children are kind and that she loves her teacher. I have been impressed with the number of after school activities and the parent involvement.
... Read more The principal really cares and even holds a coffee get-together each month to talk with parents about any concerns they might have. They do all of this while giving my child and excellent moral and religious education. I couldn't ask for more! Read less
Posted by a parent on 10/10/07
The academic excellence provided by the faculty at this school is hard to beat anywhere. My child was ahead of peers when moved to a public middle school. Unfortunately, the double standard exhibited between those that have and those that do not is overwhelmingly evident. This is not the school
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Posted by a parent on 07/14/07
We just transfered to the school. Acadmically it is much harder than the previous good school my son went to. Professionally, you can not find a better group of teachers and staff. They all have the best interest of the student at hand.
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Posted by a parent on 09/30/04
I research every school within 75 miles of Orlando and moved to this area so my children could attend this school. It was the best decision I ever made for my children. This school is dedicated to its strong religious foundation as well as its high academic standards. Our principal is highly involved
... Read more with all our children. It is not uncommon to see her sitting in on a class or eating lunch with the children. It is a school that embraces families and makes your children feel like they with an extended family. The Principal, staff, and teachers all show a commitment and dedication to our children. I highly recommend this school. Read less
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Altamonte Springs schools — Annunciation Catholic Academy is located at 593 Jamestown Blvd, Altamonte Springs FL 32714. 593 Jamestown Blvd is in the 32714 ZIP code in Altamonte Springs, FL The school district for Annunciation Catholic Academy is the Diocese Of Orlando. Annunciation Catholic Academy is a Catholic school that serves grade levels PK - 8.
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