15 Parent Reviews for Catholic East Elementary School
I have seen positive changes in my children since they started at Catholic East. The character education has increased their social competence, fosters positive relationship, and is based on the principle of respect. They have also become much more introspective. The teachers are fantastic. They communicate
... Read more on a consistent basis with parents and my children's test score and skills have increased exponentially. A wonderful school! Read less
Posted by a parent on 04/24/14
This school did wonders for my child. She started middle school there a few years ago and graduated. She is now flourishing in high school and well prepared especially in math. The teachers and principal have the children's best interest in mind with very high expectations. I rave to anyone I can about
... Read more this school. Children shine here. One of the only Catholic schools left that still has an art teacher. Nothing but praise for this school. Hands down the best! So glad I found it. Read less
Posted by a parent on 02/11/14
This school has been a great change for my son. He is in the primary grades and absolutely loves the school. I like how they push him to do his best and they challenge him to keep him interested in school
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Posted by a parent on 01/07/14
CEE is a great school for the following reasons: they don't "force" religion on any child, the teachers are kind and highly involved, and the Principle is an amazing woman who is truly invested! Whenever I've had a question or written her an email, she responds promptly. The students are held to a VERY
... Read more high standard of discipline, academic excellence, and good behavior. Catholic East is a small, private school without all the "bells and whistles" of larger, wealthier districts. But they have Spanish, Art, volleyball, basketball, the option to learn an instrument starting in 3rd grade, dances, and so many other school enrichment activities! My child has learned so much and loves the environment here. Read less
Posted by a parent on 12/09/13
I just wanted to put up a quick review because I see the latest comments and wanted to mention that my review, posted last fall, is also missing and it was a positive review! They wouldn't intentionally remove a 5 star review so perhaps it's a technical issue?! We absolutely love this school; the teachers
... Read more and principal were fantastic with our son!! Read less
Posted by a parent on 08/26/13
What is going on here? I read the June 13 post also. I noticed that several negative posts have been removed. So I shouldn't trust what I read on this sight? Who is removing these posts and why?
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Posted by a other on 06/19/13
Alarming teacher turnover rate. 80% fired, forced out, or leaving due to demoralization over last three years. Comments from teachers being censored on this site as well.
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Posted by a teacher on 05/09/13
Catholic East Elementary has been a great choice for my children. The teachers are nurturing and friendly. The environment is positive and challenging. My girls are only 4, yet they know the names of many students in all grade levels. The older students are "buddies" with the younger students which
... Read more really creates a community. The school also offers affordable before and after school care (with certified teachers). I could not be happier with Catholic East. Read less
Posted by a parent on 07/31/12
My daugher attends CEE and we love all that the school has to offer. The school is very diversed, and offers all grades (including K4/K5) the experience of foreign language, gym, art, music, guidance, and after school clubs and events. All families are involved in some shape or form in helping the
... Read more school, and it is a very family oriented school. We love the school class sizes are small, the programs are challenging, and the school holds great values. Read less
Posted by a parent on 02/23/10
Catholic East is more than we could have hoped for our children. It is a true, diverse community which children can feel safe to learn and grow in. Small class sizes and 'specials' including Spanish, Music, Computer, Gym and Art begin in K4. All is a school where every staff member knows every child!
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Milwaukee schools — Catholic East Elementary School is located at 2461 N Murray Ave, Milwaukee WI 53211. 2461 N Murray Ave is in the 53211 ZIP code in Milwaukee, WI The school district for Catholic East Elementary School is the Archdiocese Of Milwaukee. Catholic East Elementary School is a Catholic school that serves grade levels PK - 8.
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