Needs improvement. My child will not be returning this school year. The tuition goes up every year.
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Posted by a parent on 09/08/12
We sent three kids through St. Val's and couldn't be more satisfied. They were very well prepared for high school (Ladywood and Catholic Central) and for college as well. One has graduated from Kalamazoo College, one from the University of Michigan, and the third is pre-med at Michigan State. If you
... Read more are looking for a school where your children can learn in a safe, caring environment, be positively challenged academically, and be well prepared for high school, college, and life in general, St. Valentine is what you have been looking for. Read less
Posted by a parent on 05/15/09
I have been involved at St. Valentine for 11 years now and can't say enough about the school, staff and parents. My son is now a junior at a private high school and is doing extremely well. My daughter still attends St. Val's and also doing well. The parents I have met over the years are now my best
... Read more friends! Many of the same teachers that taught my son are now teaching my daugher. They are very attentive to each childs needs and I couldn't ask for more. It has been well worth the investment and wouldn't change a thing if I was to do it over again. St. Val's also offers a great sports program, scouting.... There's something for everyone. Read less
Posted by a parent on 03/18/09
I have nothing but praised for the faculty, parents and support staff at St. Valentine. They are helping mold my children into caring citizens. The children thrive in an environment that promotes respect and morality. I wouldn't send them anywhere else!
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Posted by a parent on 02/09/09
I have children attending this school and feel that they are not only challenged academically, but are also in such ca caring and loving atmosphere. I have a student in High School who has taken Honors classes and fis doing rather well, thanks to her time spent at St. Val's. I reccomend this school
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Posted by a parent on 05/27/08
I have a sophomore in High School who is excelling in all accelerated courses thanks to the excellent foundation she received at St. Valentine. My other three children love their school: their friends, their teachers, and the staff. The school community is close knit and participation in sports and other
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Posted by a parent on 04/11/08
A wonderful school and community! Great administration and faculty!
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Posted by a parent on 12/12/07
I was at St. Val's for eight years, and eight years was not enough! I am now a sophomore at one the area's Catholic high schools, and I give credit to the teachers and staff at Val's for preparing me. I was never afraid to ask for help, be it homework help or advice for problems with friends and family.
... Read more It is a very socio-economically and culturally diverse alternative to the other Catholic grade schools. Music, art, and language programs were brought in, and the technology has been updated. Academic/athletic extracurriculars are available. Everyone from the principal to the lunch servers genuinely cares about the students. The students are taught to love and respect everyone. I am still extremely close with almost everyone in my class. Not a single day passed where we weren't told how loved we were... who couldn't thrive in this loving, supportive atmosphere? Thank-you, St. Valentine School! Read less
Posted by a student on 01/12/06
This school is small and the teachers and the staff are very much involved in the development of these kids. However, Because of the limited resources(money) and the benefits that come with being in a state supported school, I don't think the children are challenged to the fullest capacity when compared
... Read more to some of the better public schools in the area. My two sons have done well at this school and I have no problems with any of the staff . Read less
Posted by a parent on 05/30/05
My child is doing wonderful at St. Val's she is challenged academically, she is developing good social skills and is able to participate in various extra-curricular activities that are offered. She is surrounded by teachers and staff who are supportive in promoting academic achievement, spiritual and
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Adult Education Classes
Programs offering GED or equivalent courses for adults within regular schools, whether classes are held during evening or daytime schedules.
English as Second Language
English language classes for students whose first language is not English.
Redford schools — St Valentine School is located at 25875 Hope St, Redford MI 48239. 25875 Hope St is in the 48239 ZIP code in Redford, MI The school district for St Valentine School is the Archdiocese Of Detroit Education Off. St Valentine School is a Catholic school that serves grade levels PK - 8.
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