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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Parents...Don't forget that Smart Snacks are available in the Café. Options include side salads, fresh fruit smoothies, fruit cups, cereal, half wraps, and more, and range in price from $.50 to $1. Students may bring extra money in their lunch bag to purchase these delicious items during lunch.


We now have an amazing new mural representing our spiritual philosophy for the upcoming school year. A special thank you to Jason Kientz for creating this work of art.


SAVE THE DATE: It's time to clean out your closets for the Laurelville Clothing Collection the weekend of August 30/31 (Labor Day weekend). The St. Vincent de Paul Society will have vehicles at the church for clothing and bedding donations to help the needy of Laurelville and surrounding areas. Although most items which are in good condition can be used, children’s and teenagers’ clothing are especially needed. Toys (new and gently used) are also appreciated.

You asked for it! Here's Father Jim's Ice Bucket Challenge during OLPH Life Teen. All donations from Our Lady are requested to the John Paul Research Center, call the office for details. #IceBucketChallenge



Ice bucket challenge #2. Father Dan enjoyed the first one so much that he insisted on doing it a second time! #IceBucketChallenge