Private catholic schools are often nice, structurally.

@deodavid (4150)
Philippines
April 7, 2012 2:59pm CST
I hope you guy's remember my topics that i went to my girlfriend's high-school graduation ceremony and i would just like to say it was kinda familiar in a way and makes you reminisce on your own high-school graduation, well i would just like to say if you don't well now you know that i did and it was very nice. Now the thing that i noticed in the area is that the school had nice statues of saint's and Jesus, not overly done like every area has one, but it had the statues in areas that people would normally pass by, the structure it self is of modern design it doesn't look like old, catholic schools and that the facilities smelled nice and were clean, it was the same in my elementary school only difference is mine was a small school but still is very nice and clean like the school of my girlfriends sister.
2 responses
@Fulltank (2896)
• Philippines
4 Aug 12
And more often has a higher tuition too. I studied in a private school in highschool and my other siblings in a catholic school. The actual difference of this really on the better school grounds and some facilities and uniforms, but the quality of teaching were all the same. I think its up the the person studying if he or she wanted to have a better education in whatever type of school he/she is studying.
@deodavid (4150)
• Philippines
11 Aug 12
Hey there Fulltank, I thik so too that if you wish to have better education youll strive for it even if the others are taking there time to go on a vacation, can go and read more about the world right.
@jenny1015 (13390)
• Philippines
2 Jan 13
I also graduated from a Catholic School. And it was a very simple school. I don't remember having relics or images scattered all over the campus except on our school chapel.