Queen of All Saints School

★★★☆☆
  • 6230 N Lemont Ave

    Chicago, IL 60646

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  • 773-736-0567

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I think you can tell by my headline I'm an alumn from this school. Yeah, this is where it all began for me since Kindergarten in 1987 to 8th grade in 1996. Looking back, now 11 years since graduating, I remember the very FEW good times that I had during my 9 years here. In this case, the bad outweigh the good. Sure, I made a couple life long friends and excelled in areas that eventually made me who I am today and what career I chose. But the people I was surrounded with day in and out really did play an impact and mostly negative thoughts linger from my time here. I wasn't the "popular" guy in the class, more like the guy everyone wanted dead for no reason. It wasn't my grades or the fact that I wasn't the best in sports, they just disliked my for no F'N reason. I remember a band of idiots pickin on me for no reason. Turns out some ended up in the armed forces (no wonder why our country is a joke) and some just fell off of existance. I didn't care much for the teachers either. From K-5th, we had a nun as our principle who would highly favor Irish kids and dislike all other races. It wasn't until 6th grade where a new principle came and showed fairness to everyone. And did you ever have the teacher that just wouldn't go away? I sure did, having this one teacher from 4th-7th who I first liked but then quickly got annoyed to the point where I almost transfered to a new school because of her. I soon later found out she was my ex's best freind's mother (and it's like mother, like daughter when looking at her face). They weren't really up to date on teaching materials either. Like, everything was from the early 80s or something. Nothing was new, granted it was the late 80s to mid 90 when I went. Would I send my kids here...who knows (besides, I'm not at that point in my life). For all I know, the school may have gotten worse. Did I mention we have not had a 10 year reunion yet? But if you ask me, nobody would want to see anybody so why bother.

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I think you can tell by my headline I'm an alumn from this school. Yeah, this is where it all began for me since Kindergarten in 1987 to 8th grade in 1996. Looking back, now 11 years since graduating, I remember the very FEW good times that I had during my 9 years here. In this case, the bad outweigh the good. Sure, I made a couple life long friends and excelled in areas that eventually made me who I am today and what career I chose. But the people I was surrounded with day in and out really did play an impact and mostly negative thoughts linger from my time here. I wasn't the "popular" guy in the class, more like the guy everyone wanted dead for no reason. It wasn't my grades or the fact that I wasn't the best in sports, they just disliked my for no F'N reason. I remember a band of idiots pickin on me for no reason. Turns out some ended up in the armed forces (no wonder why our country is a joke) and some just fell off of existance. I didn't care much for the teachers either. From K-5th, we had a nun as our principle who would highly favor Irish kids and dislike all other races. It wasn't until 6th grade where a new principle came and showed fairness to everyone. And did you ever have the teacher that just wouldn't go away? I sure did, having this one teacher from 4th-7th who I first liked but then quickly got annoyed to the point where I almost transfered to a new school because of her. I soon later found out she was my ex's best freind's mother (and it's like mother, like daughter when looking at her face). They weren't really up to date on teaching materials either. Like, everything was from the early 80s or something. Nothing was new, granted it was the late 80s to mid 90 when I went. Would I send my kids here...who knows (besides, I'm not at that point in my life). For all I know, the school may have gotten worse. Did I mention we have not had a 10 year reunion yet? But if you ask me, nobody would want to see anybody so why bother.

Pros: quite community

Cons: teachers, lack of after school activities, teaching methods and materials not up to date, need to prep for high school more efficiently

 

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