St Juliana School

  • Grades: PK-8
  • Student Enrollment: 450
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3 out of 5 | 2 Reviews
  • Address
  • 326 Pine Ter
  • West Palm Beach, FL 33405
  • Phone
  • (561) 655-1922
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School Description

St Juliana School enrolls 450 preschool and elementary school students from grades PK-8. It is located in West Palm Beach, FL, which is a highly populated city with a median household income of $36,774.

School Operational Details
  • Students Have Access to a Library or Media Center
School Days and Hours
  • School Days Per Year: 180
    Note: Kindergarten Operates Five Days Per Week
  • School Hours Per Day: 7
    Note: Kindergarten Operates on a Full Day Schedule
School Religious Orientation
  • Roman Catholic
    Diocese of Palm Beach, FL
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2 reviews for St Juliana School

  • Reviewed by Parent/Guardian on October 22, 2009
  • Rating: 1 (1 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • ***WARNING TO PARENTS****IF YOUR CHILD HAS ANY ILLNESS, SAVE THE HEART ACHE AND DO NOT SEND THEM HERE **** Less than perfect children need not apply they will not be welcomed !!!!!
    I have been raised Catholic and my whole family are devout Catholics. This summer my 13 year old daughter was diagnosed with bi-polar we immediately seeked the best help available which meant taking her to Orlando to a resident center for treatment. She is stable and a very sweet and bright girl. Based on the advice of professionals who told us not to reveal her disease we registered her in St Juliana, we were happy to get her to a smaller school where faith was at the center of it all. On day 3 there was a substitute which became unhappy with something she was doing, she confronted her to let you know she needed to go to the principals office, my daughter has never been in any trouble at school or any other place, she asked "what did I do?" at which time the sub told her in a loud voice to go to the office. After telling her side to the guidance counselor she began to cry (mind you this is the first time since kindergarten she was ever gone to the office for any trouble) the counselor did not know why she was crying and told her that she would look into it, at this point my daughter let her know that she was bi-poler and maybe that is why she was crying, I received a call from the principal a couple of minutes later wanting to meet with me immediately, when I informed her that I could not be there in 15 minutes because I was approx 100 miles away working, she told me that we would have to withdraw her from school, that I had not been honest with her, that I did not tell her that she was bi-polar and that she threatened a teacher (never disclosing the fact that it was a sub) and they could not have a child like this in their school. I was heart broken because my little girl loved the school and the kids there. My daughter came home feeling that due to her (controlled) desease she was not welcomed and begged us to ask for a second chance and to please check with the other teachers which all liked her. When our family most needed the support of our church, faith, parish, we were turned away, sad and heart broken, because our little girl is sick ! Last night we prayed that our hearts do not harden and that others will not feel the neglect that our family has experienced.

  • Reviewed by Parent/Guardian on October 22, 2009
  • Rating: 5 (5 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • ***WARNING TO PARENTS****IF YOUR CHILD HAS ANY ILLNESS, SAVE THE HEART ACHE AND DO NOT SEND THEM HERE **** Less than perfect children need not apply they will not be welcomed !!!!!
    I have been raised Catholic and my whole family are devout Catholics. This summer my 13 year old daughter was diagnosed with bi-polar we immediately seeked the best help available which meant taking her to Orlando to a resident center for treatment. She is stable and a very sweet and bright girl. Based on the advice of professionals who told us not to reveal her disease we registered her in St Juliana, we were happy to get her to a smaller school where faith was at the center of it all. On day 3 there was a substitute which became unhappy with something she was doing, she confronted her to let you know she needed to go to the principals office, my daughter has never been in any trouble at school or any other place, she asked "what did I do?" at which time the sub told her in a loud voice to go to the office. After telling her side to the guidance counselor she began to cry (mind you this is the first time since kindergarten she was ever gone to the office for any trouble) the counselor did not know why she was crying and told her that she would look into it, at this point my daughter let her know that she was bi-poler and maybe that is why she was crying, I received a call from the principal a couple of minutes later wanting to meet with me immediately, when I informed her that I could not be there in 15 minutes because I was approx 100 miles away working, she told me that we would have to withdraw her from school, that I had not been honest with her, that I did not tell her that she was bi-polar and that she threatened a teacher (never disclosing the fact that it was a sub) and they could not have a child like this in their school. I was heart broken because my little girl loved the school and the kids there. My daughter came home feeling that due to her (controlled) desease she was not welcomed and begged us to ask for a second chance and to please check with the other teachers which all liked her. When our family most needed the support of our church, faith, parish, we were turned away, sad and heart broken, because our little girl is sick ! Last night we prayed that our hearts do not harden and that others will not feel the neglect that our family has experienced.

Faculty Details and Student Enrollment

Students and Faculty
  • Total Students Enrolled: 450
  • Total Full Time "Equivalent" Teachers: 30.0
    Full-Time Teachers: 30
  • Average Student-To-Teacher Ratio: 14.3
  • Percent Minority Students: 42.9%
Students Gender Breakdown
  • Males: 192 (42.7%)
  • Females: 258 (57.3%)
Student Enrollment Distribution by Race / Ethnicity
St Juliana School Student Race Distribution
  Number Percent
American Indian--
Black122.7%
Asian92.0%
Hispanic17238.2%
White23752.7%
Number of Students Per Grade
Number of Students Per Grade For St Juliana School
  Number Percent
Pre-Kindergarten204.4%
Kindergarten327.1%
1st Grade286.2%
2nd Grade5211.6%
3rd Grade439.6%
4th Grade4810.7%
5th Grade5011.1%
6th Grade6013.3%
7th Grade439.6%
8th Grade4610.2%
Source: FL Department of Education, Source: NCES 2009-2010

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