St Titus

★★★★☆
  • 3006 Keenwood Rd

    Eagleville, PA 19403

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  • 610-279-4990

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This is my sons second year @ St. Titus & we couldn't be happier with our choice to send him there. My husband went thru 8 years of Titus as did his siblings. To us the school feels like an extended family. The teachers & staff are great.

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★★★★★

This is my sons second year @ St. Titus & we couldn't be happier with our choice to send him there. My husband went thru 8 years of Titus as did his siblings. To us the school feels like an extended family. The teachers & staff are great.

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If your idea of elementary school is overcrowding, cliques and your child being referred to as a number (1 of 100 students in a grade level) and not a person then St. Titus is NOT the school for you. For some reason, it appears, some people seem to be somewhat jealous of this small school where the teachers know all of the students (whether they were in their class or not) and their children actually look forward to going to school everyday. Example: Can you imagine how comfortable your third grader feels when the 7th grade teacher knows you by name and who your YOUNGER sibling is? If you don't think this is important you're not paying attention. I would imagine if you're a troublemaking child you may not like this too much but more of a reason to appreciate the effort made by the teachers to know ALL of the students. By the time my kids get to 7th and 8th grade those teacher will have known them for 7 or 8 years already.

There is nothing more conducive to learning than a child being comfortable in their surroundings to focus on the lessons before them and not whether they're accepted by a spoiled stuck up peer. A+ school. You are welcome to join us. Just leave your ego and other non-Christian tendencies at home.

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★★★★★

If your idea of elementary school is overcrowding, cliques and your child being referred to as a number (1 of 100 students in a grade level) and not a person then St. Titus is NOT the school for you. For some reason, it appears, some people seem to be somewhat jealous of this small school where the teachers know all of the students (whether they were in their class or not) and their children actually look forward to going to school everyday. Example: Can you imagine how comfortable your third grader feels when the 7th grade teacher knows you by name and who your YOUNGER sibling is? If you don't think this is important you're not paying attention. I would imagine if you're a troublemaking child you may not like this too much but more of a reason to appreciate the effort made by the teachers to know ALL of the students. By the time my kids get to 7th and 8th grade those teacher will have known them for 7 or 8 years already.

There is nothing more conducive to learning than a child being comfortable in their surroundings to focus on the lessons before them and not whether they're accepted by a spoiled stuck up peer. A+ school. You are welcome to join us. Just leave your ego and other non-Christian tendencies at home.

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The pastor is letting the school fall apart just look around close if you take a tour. Principal is just a pacifier not taking care of issues or is she the real principal not sure who really runs this school. They have parents sub for teachers that are out All that money and your paying for someone to watch your child???Like every school some very good teachers and some miserable ones if you dont like to teach leave,Dont take it out on the kids.They need fresh new Ideas or staff if they compete with the other schools.like visitation, St Helenas.

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★★★☆☆

The pastor is letting the school fall apart just look around close if you take a tour. Principal is just a pacifier not taking care of issues or is she the real principal not sure who really runs this school. They have parents sub for teachers that are out All that money and your paying for someone to watch your child???Like every school some very good teachers and some miserable ones if you dont like to teach leave,Dont take it out on the kids.They need fresh new Ideas or staff if they compete with the other schools.like visitation, St Helenas.

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We have attended St Titus school for 6 years now. Our oldest is going into 5th grade and our youngest be starting K . Both have started with Pre K and we have been beyond pleased with their progression. It is evident that these teachers are there for their love of teaching. They work well as a team as they provide a very smooth transition for the students as they progress from one grade to the next. In addition to providing an excellent academic foundation, they reinforce what we expect and install in our children- personal responsibility and courtesy for others. I have always been impressed how the older children really care about the younger students and for one another. I credit the staff for creating that environment. I know my children are safe and happy every day while preparing for higher education and life long learning. I highly recommend this school for families seeking a positive learning environment for their children.

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★★★★☆

We have attended St Titus school for 6 years now. Our oldest is going into 5th grade and our youngest be starting K . Both have started with Pre K and we have been beyond pleased with their progression. It is evident that these teachers are there for their love of teaching. They work well as a team as they provide a very smooth transition for the students as they progress from one grade to the next. In addition to providing an excellent academic foundation, they reinforce what we expect and install in our children- personal responsibility and courtesy for others. I have always been impressed how the older children really care about the younger students and for one another. I credit the staff for creating that environment. I know my children are safe and happy every day while preparing for higher education and life long learning. I highly recommend this school for families seeking a positive learning environment for their children.

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I am very pleased with St. Titus School. My oldest child has just completed first grade and my youngest will start kindergarten in the fall. In the short time that I have been involved with this school I have seen amazing advancement. The new science lab is perhaps my most favorite addition because my children are able to participate in safe, hands-on scientific experimentation. It is unfortunate that many young children are only exposed to science through books. We are lucky to have such a forward-thinking principal, who made this science lab possible. While my experience with the school has been short, I am pleased with the education my children are receiving. I suggest that anyone who is interested in Saint Titus should stop by and see firsthand how wonderful this school is.

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★★★★☆

I am very pleased with St. Titus School. My oldest child has just completed first grade and my youngest will start kindergarten in the fall. In the short time that I have been involved with this school I have seen amazing advancement. The new science lab is perhaps my most favorite addition because my children are able to participate in safe, hands-on scientific experimentation. It is unfortunate that many young children are only exposed to science through books. We are lucky to have such a forward-thinking principal, who made this science lab possible. While my experience with the school has been short, I am pleased with the education my children are receiving. I suggest that anyone who is interested in Saint Titus should stop by and see firsthand how wonderful this school is.

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send your kids to St. Titus.!its a VERY VERY VERY good schooland maybe its the mom's fault that your kids are bad at mathits not the school PAY ATTENTION IN SCHOOL !its that easy.DON'T EVER SEND UR KIDS TO visi. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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★★★★★

send your kids to St. Titus.!its a VERY VERY VERY good schooland maybe its the mom's fault that your kids are bad at mathits not the school PAY ATTENTION IN SCHOOL !its that easy.DON'T EVER SEND UR KIDS TO visi. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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St. Titus School has been a very positive experience for my children. My two older children have done well throughout their education. My youngest just completed kindergarten and with the combination of an excellent teacher and new reading program he has been given a great start to his education.This school is well staffed with caring people who truly care about the children and Catholic School Education. The Principal has made some key changes in just two short years. With a top notch Science Lab, Library and Computer Lab, St. Titus School has a lot to offer.

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★★★★☆

St. Titus School has been a very positive experience for my children. My two older children have done well throughout their education. My youngest just completed kindergarten and with the combination of an excellent teacher and new reading program he has been given a great start to his education.This school is well staffed with caring people who truly care about the children and Catholic School Education. The Principal has made some key changes in just two short years. With a top notch Science Lab, Library and Computer Lab, St. Titus School has a lot to offer.

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St Titus has been steadily improving and all signs point toward continued progress. A new science lab, advanced math and some key staff changes have added to a caring ,positive environment for learning. check out St Titus a gem tucked away in East Norriton

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St Titus has been steadily improving and all signs point toward continued progress. A new science lab, advanced math and some key staff changes have added to a caring ,positive environment for learning. check out St Titus a gem tucked away in East Norriton

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The educational experience at this school is substandard. The pastor, Kletzel, has done little to improve things, except remove the former principal. You are better off going to St. Helena's, OLOV, Visitation, or a public school.

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The educational experience at this school is substandard. The pastor, Kletzel, has done little to improve things, except remove the former principal. You are better off going to St. Helena's, OLOV, Visitation, or a public school.

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I had two children go to this elementary school, grades 1-8, and both of my children were not prepared to enter high school as far as math skills. The younger grades proved to be okay but the math education in the upper grades(6,7,&8) was lacking. They do, however, have an advanced math class that has an excellent, patient and caring teacher but my children did not have the marks to be in that class, unfortunately.

As with any school there are problems but sadly the principal does have the forceful command to keep things under control. There is, however, a new pastor in the parish and I hear he is doing good things. I would not know personally since when my children graduated I want ed nothing more to do with that parish.

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★★★☆☆

I had two children go to this elementary school, grades 1-8, and both of my children were not prepared to enter high school as far as math skills. The younger grades proved to be okay but the math education in the upper grades(6,7,&8) was lacking. They do, however, have an advanced math class that has an excellent, patient and caring teacher but my children did not have the marks to be in that class, unfortunately.

As with any school there are problems but sadly the principal does have the forceful command to keep things under control. There is, however, a new pastor in the parish and I hear he is doing good things. I would not know personally since when my children graduated I want ed nothing more to do with that parish.

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