Our Lady of Perpetual Help School fosters the growth and development of the whole person through an educational program in which children are motivated intellectually, spiritually, physically, emotionally, and socially.
Recognizing parents are the primary educators of their children, our staff supports, supplements, and enriches the myriad experiences of family. Together, parents, children, and staff form a community in which we respond to Christ’s invitation to “Let the little children come to me…”
Religious education and its formation of responsible young Catholics is the foundation of our parish school. Prayer, worship, behavior, growth in faith, and a commitment to the service of others form the basis of the religion curriculum. Through the example of the staff and the daily experiences of the curriculum, children learn the truths of our faith, study and appreciate Scripture, participate more deeply in parish life, experience a variety of liturgies and prayer services, and respond to the call of service of those in need.
As an academic institution, OLPH School is dedicated to designing an individual program of success for each child. These learning experiences include opportunities to challenge and enrich talents, strategies to compensate for weaknesses, and programs designed to give children the skills to succeed in the 21st century. Additionally through fair, firm, and consistent discipline, children grow in responsible decision-making, self-esteem, and self-respect.
In every grade, we foster the growth and development of the whole person. Religious education and its formation of responsible young adult Catholics is the foundation of our parish school. As an academic institution, OLPH School is dedicated to designing an individualized program of success for each child. Careful structuring of classes allows for every child to be known and loved, while providing a broad range of learning opportunities in academics, visual and performing arts, athletics, service, and leadership.
Additionally, the OLPH School distinction involves parents being active partners in their child's education. We do not simply enroll a student; we enroll a family. Recognizing parents as the primary educators of children, OLPH School supports, supplements, and enriches your family life.