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St. Domitilla School

Preschool | Roman Catholic | 11 students |

605 N Hillside Ave

Hillside, IL 60162

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St. Domitilla School, located in Hillside, Illinois, is a preschool that enrolls 11 students.

This preschool's average Community Rating, based on 4 reviews, is 5 out of 5 stars.

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Posted on Mar 6, 2012
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I am amazed everyday at how much my son has learned at St. Doms. He is a 3 year old currently attending 2 half days per week. I was nervous about sending him to preschool at 3 years old, but I am so glad that we did. He has learned not only how to identify letters and numbers, but he has come a long way in developing good social skills. The teachers and staff are amazing. It is clear they all love each of the children on their care. I would highly recommend St. Domitilla to anyone in the area.
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Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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St. Domitilla School offers a quality education in a Christian environment. Our family has had two generations educated at this school and we continue to support St. Domitilla's thru fundraising and volunteerism. Go Blazers!

Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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Our new Pastor Father Tim is going to make a great school even better. He is helping us by reducing the tuition to only paying $500. for each child after. No where has this ever been done. St. Domitilla has high standards produces well prepared students for our future. This is the only place you should put your child.
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Posted on Jan 6, 2009
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My daughter attends St. Dom's and she loves it. I love it. Everyone there is wonderful. I wish that I could leave her there until she graduates but times are very hard now and I'm afraid she won't be there next school year and that is breaking my heart because she loves it there and I feel safe knowing she is at the best school around.
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Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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I graduated from St. Domitilla and I must say that it is great in all areas. I would say this includes academics, athletics, and religion. The faculty, staff, and students are great. I think academic excellence is what makes St. Domitilla stand out as a great school. Ms. Weber, the 8th Grade teacher, has amazing enthusiasm with her students. Some of the things I learned at a high school level were not as interesting and inspiring as when Ms. Weber taught it. Ms. Sypin is an excellent leader of the school community. St. Domitilla is the perfect choice for an elementary school.

Posted on Feb 20, 2008
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Our son started kindergarten at St Domatilla's this past fall. Since we are new to the area, my wife and I didn't know exactly what to expect from the school. It was less expensive than nearby Timothy Christian, but we wondered how good the teachers would be. How involved are the other parents? How well behaved are the kids? Well, from everything we've seen so far this year, it's a great little school on all counts. We have been making new friends with nice fellow parents. It really feels like a cohesive, caring community. Our son loves the kindergarten teacher, and he's learning much faster than I remember at that age. A nice bonus is kids in the older grades know the names of the youngters and really look out for them.
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Posted on Jun 5, 2007
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My child just graduated Kindergarten at St. Doms. I am so pleased with the strides that they have taken to ensure that every student understands what God means to everyone of one of us. I couldn't ask for a better school. Thank you Ms. Sypin and Mrs Mckee for a wonderful year and many more too come.
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Posted on May 11, 2007
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I have had students in St. Domitilla continually since 1989. I have seen many changes, issues and situation. With the changing world we face on a day to day basis St. Domitilla has made great strides to keep up with the times but never losing site of God, children and education. If more people would take advantage of the open door policy and talk to each other they would find St. Domitilla an oasis. The office staff Mrs. Affetto goes way above and beyond what a school secretary should do. I have seen good principals and alwful principals but what we have now in Miss Maryclaire Sypin is the best of the best. Miss Sypin came to St. Domitilla at a very hard time and saved our school and our children. If things are not what you like go have a conversation don't abandon ship.Proudly we are St. Domitilla Family forever
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Posted on Jan 31, 2007
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I am a parent with two children attending St. Domitilla. The staff, the parents, and the students make this environment wonderful. The school has so many wonderful academic programs and extracurricular activities. Parents and staff are very involved in the students which makes the environment very family orientated. The principal is extremely involved with the betterment of the school. My children have excelled and are prepared for high school.
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Posted on Jan 11, 2007
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My daughter is in kindergarten and completing the first quarter. The curriculum is good, but I did expect more hands on assistance in a private school setting. The school could use more supervision during recess, because quite of bit of minor fights occur. Would like to see a more controlled environment, that is why I selected the private school option.
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