Spent a couple of hours visiting (Fall 2006) and was impressed with St. Francis' clear niche of working with a broad range of students. The organization and structure of the school day is built around having multiple "tracks" so that students can excel in academic areas they are strong in and be supported in areas where they struggle. A critical note would be the physical plant of the school. The buildings un-intentionally communicate a lack of order and logic. This is a big contrast to what St. Fracis does so well. It seems that as good as their programs are that the school would be moving toward a better organized set of facilities on the lower school/ middle school campus in Roswell. Hear me correctly, their prioritys are probably right on target. I hope they keep succeeding in their strengths and that their families and friends give generously to add their needed capital improvements.
Posted: 12/06/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
My son attended St. Francis for three years until we moved. The education he received was outstanding. It's a very strict school but the outcome is a well mannered child with an education he could not have gotten elsewhere. LD/ADHD specialty. In the process of enrolling both my sons again as we are moving back this summer.
Posted: 2/01/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
We have been there for the past 8 years, more than worth the money. Small classroom sizes(10-14) excellent teachers and staff. Specialize in children with learning disabilities, but also with traditional schooling.
Posted: 7/01/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review