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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Girl Scout Troop 2740 hosted a Princess Fairy Tale Ball at Our Lady last Friday, April 17. Girl Scout Juniors and Cadettes welcomed Daisy Girl Scouts and led an evening of crafts, storytelling, dancing and refreshment to earn their Junior Aid and Cadette Leadership in Action Badges. Great job girls!

Thanks to Our Lady Parish for supporting our activities and to parishioners at Trriffic Linens for their support!

Congratulations to our fabulous 5th grade students who graduated from the D.A.R.E. Program this week. An extra congrats goes out to Emma Alderman and Caroline Buendia for winning the Essay Contest! We would also like to thank the Grove City Ohio Police for this excellent program!

All are invited to Fr. Dan's presentation, "A Sacrament Driven Life" at 6:30 pm, Tuesday, April 28, in the Church. A dessert reception will follow in the Life Center.

The Knights of Columbus members are seeking volunteers (age 18+) for the Measure Up campaign, Saturday, April 25 from 9-11:30 am & 11:30 am-2 pm. Measure Up is a fundraiser for Grove City Special Olympics and the Heinzerling Foundation. Donation locations include: 665 & Hoover, Broadway & Columbus, Broadway & Home, Hoover & Stringtown and Thistlewood & Stringtown.
If you can volunteer for a shift, please RSVP to David Foresta at davef.embroidme@gmail.com or 614-875-8261 by Friday, April 24.
Your prayers are appreciated.

Camp Discovery is right around the corner and there is still time to register. This is a fantastic opportunity for students who are currently in grades 1 – 6 to explore art, dance, music, drama and fitness! For complete information or to download a registration form, visit our website at http://bit.ly/olphnews.