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Welcome to Our Lady of Hope Catholic Elementary School!
Our Lady of Hope is a dynamic Catholic elementary school offering a rigorous education grounded faith and moral values. Our Lady of Hope provides parents who want a strong education based on faith and morals a clear choice. We continue the tradition of excellence in education that has been a hallmark of Catholic schools for over 100 years.
Our Lady of Hope is the regional school for the parishes of Sacred Heart of Jesus, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel and Epiphany of Our Lord, Stella Maris and St. Philip Neri. The traditions and histories of these vital communities form the foundation of Our Lady of Hope.
We provide a challenging curriculum taught by dynamic and highly qualified faculty. Our school has the latest in teaching technology. Our students become life long learners. As a Catholic elementary school, we have a tradition of proven success. Check out the stats and compare Catholic schools to alternatives like charter and public schools. Click here to learn about the Catholic School Advantage.
Parents of preschool kids love Our Lady of Hope! We offer full and part-time programs for 3 and 4 year old children. In our Pre-K 3 and Pre-K 4 class, children grow socially, spiritually and academically. Our teachers and aides foster a warm and loving environment where students begin to build the foundation for life long learning. And, our program is considerably more affordable than other preschools, daycares and Pre-K programs in the area.
This website is the official site for OLH. The site is regularly updated with school events, news, lunch menu items, pictures and videos. Our News section is a blog and posts will be linked to our new Facebook page.
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