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From the Pastor

Welcome to Our lady of the Assumption School, a Ministry of Our parish that provides a great education to our children to help them develop their whole being-mind, body, and spirit. Our goal is to prepare our children for life and to make them disciples of Jesus Christ as He commanded the Church to do. As our Holy Father, Pope Francis stated, Catholic schools are much more than a place to expand intellect...

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From the Principal

Our Lady of the Assumption Parish School (OLA) was founded in 1955 by the Sisters of the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary. OLA has strived to provide its students with an excellent Catholic and Academic education. OLA is a school rich in tradition and community spirit. Our school motto is “Hands to Serve, Hearts to Love,” and this motto reflects the Christian love and service that we promote daily in our program...

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Schoolwide Learning Expectations

Guided by our school’s mission and philosophy, our faculty and staff work to ensure that our students grow both spiritually and intellectually. Our curriculum built upon a foundation of Catholic values, challenges our students, sets them up for success, and lays the groundwork for the college-prep classes. Throughout their time with us, our students learn to be productive, responsible, and caring citizens of our world.

Active Catholic Christians Who:

  • Maintain a loving relationship with god, others, and self.
  • Attain knowledge of the Catholic Church by learning its history, doctrine, sacraments, and rituals.
  • Participate fully in the Eucharist.
  • Develop the ability to make moral decisions.
  • Demonstrate the Gospel message of love and service by living responsibly, acting as peacemakers, and serving the whole community.

Active learners who:

  • Develop their talents to the fullest.
  • Meet the diocesan academic standards.
  • Are enthusiastic, self-directed, reflective, life-long learners.
  • Are critical thinkers and problem-solvers.
  • Communicate effectively in writing, speaking, and listening.
  • Utilize technology competently and responsibly.

Responsible and respectful citizens who:

  • Recognize all individuals as God’s creations.
  • Interact with others in a spirit of peace and justice.
  • Demonstrate a sense of patriotism.

Self-Aware individuals who:

  • Respect life.
  • Make Healthy life choices.
  • Demonstrate an attitude of fair play and cooperation.
  • Develop a deeper appreciation of art, music, and literature.


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