My Son attended St. Ann's since he was in Pre-K. The Pre-K teacher was amazing and at the time my Son started, she already had an impressive 23 years at the school! My husband was able to volunteer more often than I and for him to compliment the faculty the way he did validated that we had placed our
... Read more child in the right place. My husband was deployed most of the time and the loving interaction he received from the teachers and the principal provided a very trusting and loving environment for him to be a part of. We PCS'd after his 2nd grade year but we left with a heavy heart as we had established strong friendships with other parents, teachers and volunteers. All schools have their issues and this one is no different - however what is different about this school is their approach to helping each other out. The concept of "It takes a village to raise a child" is in full effect at this school. We would not have traded our experience, the experience my child encountered for anything. We hope the school continues to strive for excellence and innovation that will carry a positive reputation in the years to come and most importantly, educate our future leaders of America. Read less
Posted by a parent on 12/03/13
If you are seeking information on this site than you must care greatly about your child's education. The education is average at best, both students and staff have disproportionate abilities. In hind sight our family made a poor choice enrolling our children. The teacher's failed to educate and prepare
... Read more our children for future academic endeavors. All in all, a poor school environment that struggles to meet the needs of the whole child which encompasses behavior, social skills, academics, and living what they should learn in religion class. You would do well to continue your search! Read less
Posted by a parent on 09/16/12
We had our granddaughter enrolled at St Ann's for the past 4 years, and it's been a tremendous experience. Four excellent teachers, small classes, and a curriculum focused on the basic skills. She's been academically challenged, safe, and happy. I don't think you can ask for more. Most parents are dedicated,
... Read more supportive, and free of drama. I personally participated in the School Improvement Team for the 2012 Accreditation and will attest to the selfless committment of the faculty and principal. Like all Catholic schools, SACS lives on the margins for revenue vs expenses--but I've personally seen how every dollar is spent wisely and focused on the school's greatest needs. This year's Accreditation report speaks volumes about how the school functions and the student/citizens it produces. Read less
Posted by a parent on 05/18/12
St. Ann is a fabulous place of learning that just received the highest grades from AdvancEd, the accreditation agency that rates all public and private schools. It has a faculty with more than half holding advanced degrees in their subject areas. It is a family environment with the lowest tuition rate
... Read more of any private school in the area. Highly recommended. Read less
Posted by a teacher on 04/19/12
While St. Ann may not have all the "bells and whistles" it does offer a nuturing environment for students. The teachers are wonderful and with the exception of one grade, classes are small. The school has a very diverse group of learners and the teachers strive to meet each students needs. Each week
... Read more the students attend Mass and are offered many opportunities to join in many different activities. The school has several smart boards and is looking to purchase more to use in the classrooms. The technology lab has recently been updated with new computers and new schoolwide websites have been purchased as well. If you're looking for a family like environment for your child, send them to St. Ann! Read less
Posted by a teacher on 04/19/12
My children have been attending St Ann's for three years now and I have watched the rapid deterioration over the past year. There are 30 children in the first grade class this year and the principal, who had previously cited a 30 student cap, decided to allow another student into a class. The principal
... Read more outright stated that to her, each child is $4200. She only sees dollar signs. She also coerced the few parents who attended the first school meeting to vote in favor of transferring all money raised by the annual fundraiser straight into the school's coffers instead of using it for the benefit of the children. Instead of opening the vote to all of the parents in the school she took that very sneaky approach. If the principal does not like you, you will be harassed. I have had letters sent home, threats of being charged non-parishioner rates, and harassment about uniforms. It has been non-stop this year. Read less
Posted by a parent on 02/23/12
St. Ann Catholic School provides a great education in a safe environment for both Catholic and non Catholic students. The teachers are wonderful. There is a new computer lab and an updated library. Great acheivements for a small private school. Many new extra cirrucular activites have been begun recently
... Read more and I feel a great sense of family and pride at SACS. Read less
Posted by a parent on 12/13/11
Principal is not all there. She always thinking of money not whats better for the kids. Their a lot kids that are out of control but does nothing because she good friends with the parents. So please don't waste your money on that school. She never takes care of the teachers and always causing drama
... Read more with them. I worked for one year and could not take it. She so unprofessional. SO PLEASE DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY. Read less
Posted by a teacher on 11/29/11
I LOVE THIS SCHOOL IT'S AWESOME THE PRINCIPAL ISWONDERFUL AND SO ARE THE STUDENTS. IT'S THE BEST THING THAT'S HAPPEND TO ME SO FAR.
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Posted by a other on 07/07/11
When I went to this school from 2009-2011, I loved my classmates, but I didn t like the school. There were bugs and some mice in the old kitchen. The principal was mean and had favorites. If you got in trouble, the principal will call your parents an over exaggerate 1,000x more than you did. A lot of
... Read more the teachers were mean and some didn t teach you anything. The cafeteria actually the social hall is not even attached to the school, so when it is storming you have to go outside Read less
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Fayetteville schools — St Ann Catholic School is located at 365 N Cool Spring St, Fayetteville NC 28301. 365 N Cool Spring St is in the 28301 ZIP code in Fayetteville, NC The school district for St Ann Catholic School is the Diocese Of Raleigh. St Ann Catholic School is a Catholic school that serves grade levels PK - 8.
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