9 Parent Reviews for Lansdale Catholic High School
I am the mother of 2. One of my children is a junior at Lansdale Catholic and the other is beginning their first year of college. I, as a parent, am beyond happy with this school. I admit that before sending my first child to LC, I was debating between here and Carroll. I thought LC was too run-down
... Read more for me, but then again, that's not all that matters. My husband was a bit disappointed with the academics program, but I thought it seemed to fit our child's needs very well. After talking it through as a family, we decided on LC and we have no regrets! When my oldest graduated last year, she said that she is so grateful for being send there. She's very prepared for her future, not only academically, but emotionally as well. Read less
Posted by a parent on 11/15/13
This school really helped me while I was there. I graduated in 2006 and although the discipline is tight it is only for the better. The teachers are great, they care about you as a person. I unforunately lost a parent during my time at LC and I became very hostile. This school gave me great life values
... Read more I will have forever and really helped me through a very hard time. Many people that I met there I will never forget. Thanks! Read less
Posted by a student on 11/27/08
I am currently a senior at Lansdale Catholic. I like the fact that it is small and most of the teachers seem very well educated. But the discipline system needs some serious work. It is way to strict. And im not saying this because I have gotten a lot of demerits. I have only gotten two an my entire
... Read more high school career. I just think they focus to much on making sure we follow stupid rules that don't make much sense as oppose to focusing on trying to help us academically. For example who cares how long somone's hair is or if they have facial hair. That, in no shape or form, has anything to do with how that particular student performs academically. I also think that they nickel and dime us out everything. I mean why would you make a fundraiser mandatory!? Read less
I am glad to pay the tuition and fees charged to send my son to LC so he doesn't get lost in the shuffle of a larger school. He participates in several activities (Baseball, Robotics and the fall play and spring musical) that would be unlikely if the school had a much larger enrollment. The friendships
... Read more created at the schoolgive the alumni a support system that very few larger schools enjoy. Read less
Posted by a parent on 03/03/06
Teachers here are highly-educated and quite professional. Focus on academics is high, with many options for stronger, middle of the road and weaker students. Ok sports programs. Parents are encouraged to be a part of the student's education and school life, with many family-focused activities.
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Posted by a former student on 10/13/05
I am a graduate of Lansdale Catholic and am proud to have attended such a wonderful school. The teachers care about their students as individuals, and take time to treat them as such. Lansdale Catholic is a wonderful choice for any family. State of the art buildings do not make great schools. Excellent
... Read more teachers, caring parents and coaches, and talented and unique students do. I would send my children to LC in a heartbeat! Read less
Posted by a former student on 06/08/04
Maybe the facilities are not as new as other schools but the building does not make a school excellent. Three of our four children have graduated from Lansdale Catholic. Two are in college and our oldest is in medical school. The youngest is a currently a sophomore. We are very happy with the education
... Read more that they received. Lansdale Catholic not only helped them excel academically but taught them that respecting others and being a caring person is just as important as good grades. Students have a broad curriculum to choose from as well as many sports, academic clubs and religious clubs for those who are interested. We have found that the teachers trully care about the students and take an active interest in them. Our children had ups and downs but overall they recount their time at L.C. foundly. There is no doubt that they had a great time there. Read less
Posted by a parent on 03/20/04
My Child is making a lot of new freinds as a freshmen but to be honest this school is falling apart. The teachers don't teach as well. You are wasting your money if you invest in this school. The extracurricular activities, well I don't have much to say about that. It seems like we pay so much but
... Read more we get so little. The tuition is getting highly every year. Read less
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Lansdale schools — Lansdale Catholic High School is located at 700 Lansdale Ave, Lansdale PA 19446. 700 Lansdale Ave is in the 19446 ZIP code in Lansdale, PA The school district for Lansdale Catholic High School is the Archdiocese Of Philadelphia. Lansdale Catholic High School is a Catholic school that serves grade levels 9 - 12.
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