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




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5th SUNDAY REMINDER: Members of St. Vincent dePaul Society will be at the doors of the Church after all Masses this weekend to accept your donations in support of their ministry to those in need in our parish and the Grove City community.
$7,614.68 has been provided to persons in need by the St. Vincent de Paul Society since our last 5th Sunday collection and 72 people have benefited from this assistance.
Thank you Our Lady parishioners! Read more about how this group helps the community in the March 22 bulletin, at http://bit.ly/olphbltn.

LOST and FOUND: Are you missing a coat, hat, beverage container or some other item? Please check the plastic container near the piano in the Parish Life Center. You may be surprised by what you will find! Any items not claimed by the weekend of April 11/12 will be added to the collection taken to Laurelville.

It's time for SPRING CLEANING: the Laurelville Clothing Collection is the weekend after Easter - April 11/12. The St. Vincent dePaul Society will have vehicles at the church for your clothing and bedding donations to help the needy. Gently-used children’s and teenagers’ clothing are especially needed. For this collection a special request again was made for baseball equipment (aluminum bats, gloves [especially larger ones], cleats – no uniforms). Toys are also appreciated.

Congratulations to our In the Know team for finishing strong! They came in 2nd Place in today's In the Know finals at Bishop Ready High School! We're very proud of you!