Our Statement of Philosophy
We believe in God and the teachings of the Catholic Church.
We believe in the dignity of each individual and his/her inalienable right to a quality education.
We believe that parents are the primary educators of their children, and that the learning process is, most fundamentally, a partnership of parents and teachers.
With this sense of shared responsibility, we at OLPH are dedicated to: 1) the creation of a Christian environment of care, encouragement, and love, 2) the pursuit of academic excellence, and 3) the joy of learning.
We believe, further, in the importance of personal self-esteem and community spirit, the principles of mutual respect and understanding among all people, and the need for global awareness based on the Gospel values of peace, justice, and service.
With this in mind, we take pride that the multi-ethnic student population we serve reflects the great cultural diversity and richness of our parish and surrounding community.
Finally, we believe education is a journey which demands vision, commitment, and courage. We believe each individual should make the best and most of what he/she has as circumstances permit. Moreover, each individual has a responsibility to perfect those unique gifts and talents that lie within, education being the key to the happy, fulfilled life God intended.
Meet Our Staff
Office Manager + Extended Care
Vice Principal + 7th Grade
Vice Principal + 8th Grade