This school is the best high school I could ever have chosen to attend. It's a brand new school, and I am part of the first class. We get to participate in college prep classes and in a work study program where we work at corporate companies like, banks, law firms, hospitals and so on. Of course any CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL will be strict, but not overly strict. You get into trouble when you are doing something WRONG. We do have a growing sports program, featuring everything except football, but we are starting a flag football team next year. The school is constantly being renovated and improved. New lockers, new desks, new floors, etc. The teachers' lounge was also recently renovated to include TVs and a pool table, BUT the only reason that it was renovated was because the school won a Gallery Furniture competition that gave the school furniture for the TEACHERS LOUNGE. And personally, as a current student, I don't mind this at all. I love my teachers, and they deserve to at least have a nice place to be between classes, since a lot of them put in up to 15 hours a day being with us and helping us with whatever we need. If you're looking for a high school to JUST play sports at, then you shouldn't come here, because at crj, were all about getting into college and having a successful career. This school offers SOOOO many more opportunities compared to other high schools, not only the work study program, but also numerous field trips, clubs, teams, college trips, free tutoring, volunteer opportunities and much more. What I really like is that at my school, students have a voice. Every teacher and staff member knows you personally. And finally, Cristo Rey didn't Brainwash me OR my parents into anything. The only thing they brainwashed me into doing is being a more successful, responsible, and diligent student. I think that many more students should be "brainwashed" into believing that they can be whoever they want to be if they only try their best at all they do. I genuinely love my school, and I wouldn't want to be at any other high school but this one.
9421 W Sam Houston Pkwy SHouston, TX 77099
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We've had our 5 and 7 year old at this day care for a year now, and my wife and I are very happy we enrolled them. We previously had them at a church day-care down the road and it seems like all they did was color all day, children had nothing to say about their day. If you're a few minutes late everyone gives you a rude look, not understanding you just spent the last 1.5 hrs in traffic driving from the galleria area. I was fine paying the fee for each minute I was late, but don’t be rude about it. The Montessori has friendly staff; they let us know about any events that happened with our children even if it’s a minor incident. The kiddos tell us about reading, writing, and number activities they did during day care which is great to hear. The owner is awesome, so friendly, willing to work with you; she even paid for me to attend a summer field trip with one of our children. Their hours are more realistic especially for parents that have full time job, so they don’t strictly follow school holidays. I feel like they took their clients schedule into consideration, not all of us are off for teacher in-service/minor holidays. The day-care provides real food for all day care, which is really nice when the kids say how delicious their lunch was and they ate all their food. Price is very reasonable, and I don’t mind paying any price knowing our kids are in good hands.
I cannot say enough good things about this daycare! My child has been at Primrose of Eldridge Parkway for the past 19 months and at the age of 35 months is well beyond her peers of the same age at other day care facilities. Everyone I run into (even at the grocery store!) is amazed at how young she is and how well she communicates with adults (she also knows her shapes, colors (in sign language, English, and Spanish), and her capital letters). All of this and fun too – she runs to her classroom each day and quickly kisses me goodbye so she can start playing with her little friends! These things might seem small to the some but everyone expected my daughter to be behind her peers physically, emotionally and mentally. She spent the first 14 months of her life in an overseas orphanage where she did not have the freedom to walk, only heard a foreign language, and was fed only pureed food. She started at Primrose at 16 months when I had to return to work and the teachers and directors worked with me to help my daughter be all that she is today. Each day I know I drop her off in an environment that she will be loved, she will play with friends, and she will learn about her little world. They have helped her down the path to being anything she will ever want to be in life!