“Friend24”

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#1 Sep 13, 2011
I am a Saxony mom and I believe even though it's expensive to send your child there, my child has got an exceptional education and is on honor roll and very active in many many sports there. I love the Christian learning he has received all thru his school years and has turned put to be a very polite, respectful young man and not a delinquent like you see in some public schools now days. He will finish his Christian education and plans to go to Lutheran based college to further his education and dreams in life. Thank you to the Lutheran schools for the excellent education you give to so many young people.
Guest

Saint Louis, MO

#2 Sep 13, 2011
I am glad that you have had a great experience at Saxony.
Obama '12

Saint Louis, MO

#3 Sep 13, 2011
SLHSmom wrote:
I am a Saxony mom and I believe even though it's expensive to send your child there, my child has got an exceptional education and is on honor roll and very active in many many sports there. I love the Christian learning he has received all thru his school years and has turned put to be a very polite, respectful young man and not a delinquent like you see in some public schools now days. He will finish his Christian education and plans to go to Lutheran based college to further his education and dreams in life. Thank you to the Lutheran schools for the excellent education you give to so many young people.
Here's a suggestion: don't brag about a school just because it's Christian based. I'm glad that your son received such a wonderful education, but to put down those who have had educational opportunities that far beyond exceed what some small private school offers is offensive. Though, isn't that what "Christians" are good at around this area; criticizing those that don't fit your self-righteous lifestyle? I went to Saxony, and it is a joke, do you understand me? I got high for the first time while in high school, I had sex (both opposite, and same) for the first time while in high school, and yet I somehow miraculously turned out fine. Maybe if I had gone to public school, I wouldn't have been exposed to such an immoral high school life? Or maybe you're just a naive, hypocritical asshole. I hope your son turns out gay, and goes to a public college. Perhaps then, the wool come be removed from your eyes, the stick could finally be plucked from your ass, and you could finally see that having a "wonderful" Lutheran education isn't all it's cracked up to be.
crusader

Chicago, IL

#4 Sep 13, 2011
[QUOTE who="Obama '12"]<quoted text>Here's a suggestion: don't brag about a school just because it's Christian based. I'm glad that your son received such a wonderful education, but to put down those who have had educational opportunities that far beyond exceed what some small private school offers is offensive. Though, isn't that what "Christians" are good at around this area; criticizing those that don't fit your self-righteous lifestyle? I went to Saxony, and it is a joke, do you understand me? I got high for the first time while in high school, I had sex (both opposite, and same) for the first time while in high school, and yet I somehow miraculously turned out fine. Maybe if I had gone to public school, I wouldn't have been exposed to such an immoral high school life? Or maybe you're just a naive, hypocritical asshole. I hope your son turns out gay, and goes to a public college. Perhaps then, the wool come be removed from your eyes, the stick could finally be plucked from your ass, and you could finally see that having a "wonderful" Lutheran education isn't all it's cracked up to be.[/QUOTE]

Well no offensive to this fellow crusader mom or to her son but you need to shut your mouth up. The school has nothing to do with you turning out gay or bi or tri or whatever you are plus a pothead. It's the people who make bad decisions. Oh and by the way maybe you shouldnt say that about the boy when you've already beaten him to it
just sayin...

Dallas, TX

#5 Sep 13, 2011
I agree with SLHS mom... Driving by CJHS just this morning during drop off time it was reinforced to me why we spend the $$$ to send our kids to a private school. Wow. If you want to call it sheltered... That's fine. But yes, I prefer to keep my kids away from the vast majority of that nonsense and send them to a school that teaches good morals, values and respect for one another.
xp

Cape Girardeau, MO

#6 Sep 13, 2011
[QUOTE who="Obama '12"]<quoted text>Here's a suggestion: don't brag about a school just because it's Christian based. I'm glad that your son received such a wonderful education, but to put down those who have had educational opportunities that far beyond exceed what some small private school offers is offensive. Though, isn't that what "Christians" are good at around this area; criticizing those that don't fit your self-righteous lifestyle? I went to Saxony, and it is a joke, do you understand me? I got high for the first time while in high school, I had sex (both opposite, and same) for the first time while in high school, and yet I somehow miraculously turned out fine. Maybe if I had gone to public school, I wouldn't have been exposed to such an immoral high school life? Or maybe you're just a naive, hypocritical asshole. I hope your son turns out gay, and goes to a public college. Perhaps then, the wool come be removed from your eyes, the stick could finally be plucked from your ass, and you could finally see that having a "wonderful" Lutheran education isn't all it's cracked up to be.[/QUOTE]

lmao wow i just cracked the f uck up.
i'm neutral on this arguement but to slhsmom..u cant possibly have started this topic thinking that ^^ wouldnt happen. lol
xp

Cape Girardeau, MO

#7 Sep 13, 2011
SLHSmom wrote:
I am a Saxony mom and I believe even though it's expensive to send your child there, my child has got an exceptional education and is on honor roll and very active in many many sports there. I love the Christian learning he has received all thru his school years and has turned put to be a very polite, respectful young man and not a delinquent like you see in some public schools now days. He will finish his Christian education and plans to go to Lutheran based college to further his education and dreams in life. Thank you to the Lutheran schools for the excellent education you give to so many young people.
and i go to saxony myself and i can name ur "delinquents" right off the top of my head that GO TO OUR SCHOOL. seriously, dont act like its only public schools
Guest

Cape Girardeau, MO

#8 Sep 14, 2011
Now why do so many of you people feel the need to always piss on other people's parades? Is it really necessary to jump on the poor woman just because she thinks that the Saxony experience has been a good one for her child? Get a life people!(Maybe that is the problem, i.e. so many of you do not have a life and are bitter as a result.)
Guest Also

Cape Girardeau, MO

#9 Sep 14, 2011
[QUOTE who="Obama '12"]<quoted text>
Here's a suggestion: don't brag about a school just because it's Christian based. I'm glad that your son received such a wonderful education, but to put down those who have had educational opportunities that far beyond exceed what some small private school offers is offensive. Though, isn't that what "Christians" are good at around this area; criticizing those that don't fit your self-righteous lifestyle? I went to Saxony, and it is a joke, do you understand me? I got high for the first time while in high school, I had sex (both opposite, and same) for the first time while in high school, and yet I somehow miraculously turned out fine. Maybe if I had gone to public school, I wouldn't have been exposed to such an immoral high school life? Or maybe you're just a naive, hypocritical asshole. I hope your son turns out gay, and goes to a public college. Perhaps then, the wool come be removed from your eyes, the stick could finally be plucked from your ass, and you could finally see that having a "wonderful" Lutheran education isn't all it's cracked up to be.[/QUOTE]

This is the kind of rant I might expect from an Obama supporter. It does not sound as if you turned out fine at all. Sounds like you are blaming others for your own failures. Dipsh*t!
Obama '12

United States

#10 Sep 14, 2011
Guest Also wrote:
[QUOTE who="Obama '12"]<quoted text>
Here's a suggestion: don't brag about a school just because it's Christian based. I'm glad that your son received such a wonderful education, but to put down those who have had educational opportunities that far beyond exceed what some small private school offers is offensive. Though, isn't that what "Christians" are good at around this area; criticizing those that don't fit your self-righteous lifestyle? I went to Saxony, and it is a joke, do you understand me? I got high for the first time while in high school, I had sex (both opposite, and same) for the first time while in high school, and yet I somehow miraculously turned out fine. Maybe if I had gone to public school, I wouldn't have been exposed to such an immoral high school life? Or maybe you're just a naive, hypocritical asshole. I hope your son turns out gay, and goes to a public college. Perhaps then, the wool come be removed from your eyes, the stick could finally be plucked from your ass, and you could finally see that having a "wonderful" Lutheran education isn't all it's cracked up to be."

This is the kind of rant I might expect from an Obama supporter. It does not sound as if you turned out fine at all. Sounds like you are blaming others for your own failures. Dipsh*t!
You're right, I didn't turn out fine at all. That's the whole point to the reply. Dipsh*t. Yes, I support Obama. You sound like someone who supported Bush, which would explain your reply. Oh, and why are you so offended by my reply? Are you, too, a Saxony supporter? Sounds like I struck a nerve.
Yankee Station

Centralia, IL

#11 Sep 14, 2011
Private Christian schools still send their special needs students to public schools for some programs.
Hannah Gruen

Cape Girardeau, MO

#12 Sep 14, 2011
I went to Saxony. Definitely was a great experience. Hey Obama '12, what year did YOU graduate? I graduated in 2009. I never did drugs. Never had sex. I never did anything like that because I felt like I had a strong moral backing and I wasn't an idiot about who I hung out with. I realized that I didn't NEED those things to feel fulfilled. Yeah, there are delinquents everywhere... but most of them at Saxony (at least when I was there) were kids who were kicked out (or their parents pulled them out) of public school. Some people think that sending a bad egg to a christian school will reform them. Wrong. I've seen it happen a lot on the opposite. They only get worse... like a disease and infect other people who flock to that whole "I'm a badass. I'm so cool. Watch me break the rules." persona.

Nevertheless, I loved my school. I was proud to be a Crusader and I'll be damned if my future kids go to a public school. Look at test scores and you'll see the real difference.
Hannah Gruen

Cape Girardeau, MO

#13 Sep 14, 2011
Yankee Station wrote:
Private Christian schools still send their special needs students to public schools for some programs.
They don't have the means of providing some programs for special needs students. It's a demand thing. If it were a bigger school and they had several special needs students, I'm sure there would be a program put in place specifically for them.
Guest Also

Saint Louis, MO

#14 Sep 14, 2011
[QUOTE who="Obama '12"]<quoted text>
You're right, I didn't turn out fine at all. That's the whole point to the reply. Dipsh*t. Yes, I support Obama. You sound like someone who supported Bush, which would explain your reply. Oh, and why are you so offended by my reply? Are you, too, a Saxony supporter? Sounds like I struck a nerve.[/QUOTE]

You sound like someone who does not take responsibility for his/her own actions, is always a victim because the "man" is keeping you down, and expects taxpayers like me to support you through government handouts. And yes I did vote for Bush because I do not believe in Obama's vision for America, i.e. moving towards even more socialism, higher taxation, increased spending.

And btw, I am not associated with Saxony in any way....do not work there and my kids did not go there. I was just amazed at how you felt it necessary to rain on someone else's parade.
thinker

Addison, IL

#15 Sep 16, 2011
So many times I think parents want to keep their kids sheltered from the realities of public school, and they send their children to a smaller more homogenous environment. If it works for their child and for them, then great! It's the best solution FOR THEM!!! It doesn't necessarily mean that their money bought a better education, which is so very relative in our area.

Wake up people! For the most part, our kids are under-educated no matter what school they go to in the Cape Girardeau/Jackson area. The standards are lower than they are in other geographical regions. If you don't believe me, then enroll your kids out East and see the difference. But for what we are, our schools meet the needs, and, yes, even the public school can do so.

I, like everyone else, want to feel I got my money's worth when I make a purchase so if parents who send their children to private schools and are pleased with the results, then so be it. That doesn't diminish another parent's pleasure over their choice.
Guest

United States

#16 Sep 16, 2011
[QUOTE who="Obama '12"]<quoted text>
Here's a suggestion: don't brag about a school just because it's Christian based. I'm glad that your son received such a wonderful education, but to put down those who have had educational opportunities that far beyond exceed what some small private school offers is offensive. Though, isn't that what "Christians" are good at around this area; criticizing those that don't fit your self-righteous lifestyle? I went to Saxony, and it is a joke, do you understand me? I got high for the first time while in high school, I had sex (both opposite, and same) for the first time while in high school, and yet I somehow miraculously turned out fine. Maybe if I had gone to public school, I wouldn't have been exposed to such an immoral high school life? Or maybe you're just a naive, hypocritical asshole. I hope your son turns out gay, and goes to a public college. Perhaps then, the wool come be removed from your eyes, the stick could finally be plucked from your ass, and you could finally see that having a "wonderful" Lutheran education isn't all it's cracked up to be.[/QUOTE]

Yep, this sounds like something Obammy would say!

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