|Overall:||(3.0 from 4 reviews)|
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|Ages:||2 to 16||Primary Language:||English|
|Curriculum:||Maltese||Max Class Size:||Unknown|
Founded in 1909, St. Catherine’s High School is a Private Independent Educational Institution located in Pembroke, Malta, and run by lay staff under the direction of the Head of School, Ms Sue Midolo. The School is open to local and foreign students, boys and girls, ranging from the Flutterby Child Care Centre (2 year olds) through the Junior and Senior School (16 year olds), up to the standard required for the Secondary Education Certificate (SEC).
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Reviews from Google
Recent reviews posted on Google.
Gabriella Govus, 10 months ago
Lovely family run school, where students feel at home.
Charmaine Chircop, 2 years ago
Excellent School.It is a home away from home.It is greatly satisfying to watch my daughter looking forward to go to school everyday,and returning back home with a smile on her face.It is a wonderful and clean school,with dedicated staff,who pass on great values to our kids.The school offers also a very high standard of education- Charmaine Chircop
Nani Nascimento, 2 years ago
Terrible impressions of this school. Tried to contact them several times: Disappointment after disappointment. First time I ever called I spoke to a lovely and helpful lady and that was it. All the attempts of correspondence after this were ignored and only ONE was answered but within several days of delay. When trying to chase them by calling, we were always met by extremely UNHELPFUL staff who sounded lazy to say the least, always asking us to email, email, email.... To conclude, after being treated in such a disregarded way, we gave up of trying to enrol our son in this school and chose to put him in the waiting list with San Andrea and St Antons. To St Catherine's: The way you communicate with parents trying to enrol a child in your school says a lot about your institution maybe that also explains why you have such a "small" waiting list compared to St Antons, San Andrea and Chiswick House (which unfortunately, had a full waiting list).
Lili Santana, a year ago
Went to this school, not good