Welcome from the Principal

Welcome to Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Having devoted my life to Catholic education, I believe that Our Lady of Perpetual Help will provide to you and your child faith-based, spiritual, and academic programs that serve as the stepping stones for your child's success for a lifetime.

Our mission statement truly reflects what we strive to do at our school:

“The mission of Our Lady of Perpetual Help School is to educate the whole child, mind, heart, and soul, according to the teachings of Jesus Christ.”

We take pride in our accomplishments and particularly in the fact that our students perform exceptionally on national standardized testing. In educating the whole child our teachers offer a variety of opportunities for student success. Our Lady of Perpetual Help offers an environment to be rich in experience and build 21st Century learners through critical thinking and problem solving.

Our Lady of Perpetual Help partners with the parents on this journey to give the best to our children. This journey that we take on together to inspire our children to lead, encourage, grow, nurture, explore, and praise. Accompanied with strong academic foundations, our children also have strong foundations in Catholic faith, morality, decision-making, and service learning.

I am happy to meet with you on an individual basis to share more about our program and how we may best meet your child's needs.

    Journey Together,

    Julie A. Freeman

         Principal

 

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Our Lady Families, join with Catholic Social Services to help older and disabled Franklin County residents at Service Saturday, Oct. 11. Projects include small home repair, painting, yard work or a special project. Visit http://bit.ly/cssSS14 for more information. Questions: contact Karen Cook at 614-871-5224 or email kCook@OurLadyOfPerpetualHelp.net.
OR IDENTIFY A PERSON IN NEED: Do you know of an older adult (60+ yrs of age) or disabled individual who lives in Franklin County and needs help? We want to help! We can accept a maximum of 30 worksites, so please don’t delay! FYI: we are unable to accept plumbing, electrical and second-floor exterior projects.


Service Saturday - October 11, 2014 - Catholic Social Services
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Join with CSS to help older and disabled Franklin County residents in need of help with a small home repair, painting, yard work or a special project. Your efforts can help them to maintain their independence and continue to be a vital part of their community. HERE’S HOW… VOLUNTEER: Join us October…

We are called to service and encouraged to love God, even when it is work without tangible result. Carry on in God's generous grace. Encourage one another to a deep love for God, for Christ and for the Church; the love that is truly one's life work - the work of a lifetime.
Father Dan's homily Aug. 31, 2014


What stewardship! The 7th grade Western-Irish football team, Boy Scout Troop 820 and the Saint Vincent De Paul Society filling up one truck (which has already been transported). Volunteers are at the church until 6:15 pm this evening and 7:30 am to promptly 12:15 pm tomorrow. Thank you Our Lady parishioners, friends & family.


Reminder to Our Lady's School parents. In observance of the Labor Day holiday, there will be no school Monday, September 1. We will reopen on Tuesday, September 2. Have a great holiday weekend!


Introducing our Legacy Leaders for the 2014-15 school year! Our Legacy Leaders are responsible for leading Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in all service projects and representing our school at the Diocese for Service Learning. Congratulations to Gabrielle, Annemarie, Hannah, Matthew, John, Avery, Lilly, Kaitlyn, Alayna, Eva, and Angelica. A special thank you goes out to Mrs. Denise Johns for leading this group!