My daughter started in this great school in PK-3. From the first day, when I picked her up, she was so happy to be there and at the same time sad to leave her teachers and new friends even for the night. I knew right away she was in good hands. This year there has been lots of changes, new class (VPK-4),
... Read more new teacher (to the school and to my daughter), new and old friends, and a new principal. It took only two days for her to be as happy as she can be. The new principal is friendly and professional, is open to new ideas from others and bringing new ideas of his own. I plan on keeping my daughter in Our Saviour. The first things I liked when I entered the school for the first time was the overall friendly environment and the great shady playground among the trees. My husband and I are thrilled with this small school, its wonderful staff and the results evident in our daughter. I would like to see a little more involvement from the parents, but even that is changing for the better. Read less
Posted by a parent on 11/29/13
My child has had the privilege of being a student at Our Saviour's School for 8 years now, since Pre-K 3. We have had so many wonderful experiences at this school. The teacher to student ratio is wonderful, the hands on learning that my child receives due to advanced technology like Smartboards in each
... Read more classroom is beyond compare. While I would wish for a larger student population so that things like more sports teams and more competition would be available, I would never trade those things for the wonderful education my child is getting at Our Saviour. The students are focused and well behaved, thanks to wonderful teachers and staff. This school is a blessing to all who enter. Read less
Posted by a parent on 11/26/13
My son attends the pre-K 3 class. We have been so pleased with the quality education that Our Saviour's School provides. My son absolutely loves his teachers and going to school. He is excited to attend and enjoys the enrichment classes (music, gym, art, library) that are offered in the afternoon.
... Read more Our Saviour School promotes a caring, structured environment that promotes learning. We couldn't be happier with the school, teacher and staff! Read less
Posted by a parent on 11/26/13
Our Saviours Catholic School has the best learning environment for children! We transferred from a public school and the transition was seem less. My children were welcomed like they been there the whole time, not just by the teachers, but the students as well. So much caring from the teachers--not
... Read more just on the academic side--the WHOLE child--socially, spiritually. It makes a difference knowing they are learning in such a great school! Read less
Posted by a parent on 11/12/13
Our Saviour's Catholic School has exceeded my expectations. I am proud to be a part of our OSCS family. My daughter is so happy everyday to go to Mrs. Drake s 1st grade class. Mrs. Drake is dedicated to balancing the student s education by incorporating academic, spiritual, core values, group, and individual
... Read more learning. The families here at OSCS also contribute a great deal of positive energy and actions to enrich their valued community. Every student at OSCS demonstrates the importance of respect, love, and understanding towards their peers, teachers, staff, and parents. OSCS has one class per grade which makes it easy to develop personal relationships with fellow families, as well as, the staff and teachers. My daughter was previously enrolled in a public school that had an uncomfortable disconnect and lack of involvement between families, staff, and teachers. I am so grateful every morning to bring my daughter to a safe and loving environment to thrive in her studies. OSCS is an amazing school. -C. Bossard Read less
Posted by a parent on 09/16/13
Principal and a lead member of the PTO are absolutely awful!!! It is hard to get past a rude greeting every morning as you walk your child into school. Common courtesy is to acknowledge a "good morning" but the principle rather stick up her nose and turn her back as if she was too good to respond....every
... Read more single day. I was actively involved in the school, PTO, classroom, etc.but by the third month, despite my efforts, volunteer time and money, we knew that we wouldn't be returning this following school year due to the reoccurring lack of common decency held by members of this "Catholic School" Read less
Posted by a parent on 04/03/13
Wonderful school with very caring teachers and principal. Very rigorous academics, my son was reading high school literature in 7th and 8th grade, algebra, spanish, some latin, french, german too. They attend Mass every week and have service projects for the poor, the older children mentor the younger
... Read more ones, so they are like a big family. Wonderful environment. I have 2 children there and am very pleased. Parents are very involved too - lots of activities - once per month some kind of dinner or movie or craft or fun night. Most grades have smaller class size (15 - 18) which is really nice too. Read less
Posted by a parent on 12/17/12
Im a grandparent. The school has a very strong support group of parents and relatives. On visits, I am able to see classroom activities and interactions among the kids. Reminds me of my Catholic school in the 50's. I can rate the setting as superb. I notice that the academic achievements of 'Private'
... Read more schools are not included in public info such as this. I sincerely wish that the school voluntarily, and conveniently provide academic data so that the redults can be comapred to other schools. Often, in private schools, academic achievementof the schools is by word of mouth, particularly among the parents. Is there an data source for academic achievements of private schools? Read less
Posted by a parent on 01/26/10
This school is by far the best in Brevard County. My son learned so much in PK 4 and looks forward to K!! The teachers are great and make learning fun! Love this school.
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Posted by a parent on 07/13/09
This school is everything we paid for! Pre-K had the best teachers and cirriculum. The only thing that needs to change is the food. You need to pack your own lunch t be healthy and way too many sugary snacks going around, but you can always opt out of these.....
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Cocoa Beach schools — Our Saviour's School is located at 5301 N Atlantic Ave, Cocoa Beach FL 32931. 5301 N Atlantic Ave is in the 32931 ZIP code in Cocoa Beach, FL The school district for Our Saviour's School is the Diocese Of Orlando. Our Saviour's School is a Catholic school that serves grade levels PK - 8.
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