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Saint Paul Exit Survey
Please take a few minutes to fill out the survey below so we can understand better why you are leaving Saint Paul.
Saint Paul Catholic School's Root Beliefs
God reveals Himself in all things
We are disciples with hope to bring
We are made for each other
Excellence is not
Every minute matters
We are always learning
Saint Paul Catholic School's Core Values
We are leaving Saint Paul because. (Select all that apply)
Our family is leaving the local area
Saint Paul is a financial burden for our family
Saint Paul staff does not understand and appreciate my child’s best qualities.
Saint Paul school has not lived up to our expectations
Our concerns/ complaints have not been properly addressed.
We feel our child will do better at another school.
Who in your family is Catholic?
Our immediate family
None of the above
What do you feel your child will gain by leaving Saint Paul?
Please give us your best insights.
What will your child be deprived of most by leaving Saint Paul?
What relationships will be hardest to reestablish after leaving Saint Paul?
Please add any comments that will help us serve future families better?
What do you feel are strengths of Saint Paul?
What are areas for growth at Saint Paul?
Please tell us anything else you would like us to know?
Did you know? (Check any you were aware of.)
Saint Paul students are nearly two years above grade level in science.
Saint Paul students are over one year above grade level in math.
Saint Paul students who have been with us for at least one year are on average in the 78th percentile nationally.
Saint Paul students average nearly two years progress for every year of instruction.
Students who attend a Catholic school are more likely to attend and graduate from college than students attending private or charter schools.
Students who attend a Catholic school are more likely to be engaged civically as an adult than students attending private or charter schools.
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