I was a student here for ten years, and I can confidently say that Saint Agnes has prepared me in the best ways possible to succeed academically and morally. Saint Agnes has opened a gateway to new opportunities for me that have helped me succeed. The teachers at Saint Agnes are wonderful and the academics are especially challenging in upper school. Upper school is very homework heavy with hours of homework each night. The homework given then is more than the average high schooler gets. However, this prepared me well for high school as now I feel like I have no homework. Saint Agnes prepared me with great study skills and tips I still used to this day. The teachers here are very dedicated to their work and help your child to the best of their ability to succeed. However, there are certain staff who I found biased or gave people unfair advantages. While this was not everyone on the staff, their were a few. Even though there were teachers I necessarily found unfair or are unprofessional, a majority of the staff has left long lasting memories on me me to last a lifetime, teaching me a lot of life lessons. The Resources here are okay, their is the resource room with staff readily available to help. However, when it comes to learning differences, they are not good at advocating and helping everyone. If your kid has ADHD, Dyslexia, or any learning difference where they need a good amount of assistance, I would not recommend Saint Agnes. Also, they are not very strict on no bullying. During my time there, I saw numerous accounts of bullying, some that teachers even saw, and did nothing. They did nothing to step in, even though they say they have “zero tolerance” for bullying. However, the community here is wonderful and they feel as if they are my second family. I hope all families looking into Saint Agnes give their kids this opportunity to have their kids grow and strive to be the best versions of themselves at Saint Agnes.