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.

We guide our students, day in and day out, to achieve our Schoolwide Learning Expectations. Schoolwide learning Expectations are defined as what a student should know, understand and be able to do prior to graduation. These learning expectations have been collaboratively developed by our students, parents, teachers, staff and School Advisory Board, reflecting the Mission and Philosophy Statements of Our Lady of the Assumption School.

K-3

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OLA students strive to be:

  1. Active Catholic Christians who:
    1. Love God, others, and self
    2. Learn about their Catholic faith
    3. Participate at Mass
    4. Learn right from wrong
    5. Are kind to others
  2. Active learners who:
    1. Use their talents the best they can
    2. Master the standards
    3. Enjoy learning
    4. Become problem-solvers
    5. Effectively write, speak, and listen
    6. Use technology effectively and responsibly
  3. Responsible and respectful citizens who:
    1. Respect differences in others
    2. Are peacemakers
    3. Show patriotism
  4. Self-aware individuals who:
    1. Respect all living things
    2. Work to be healthy
    3. Play fair and work well with others
    4. Appreciate art, music, and literature

Grades 4-8

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OLA students strive to be:

  1. Active Catholic Christians who:
    1. Maintain a loving relationship with God, others, and self
    2. Attain knowledge of Catholic teachings
    3. Participate fully in the Eucharist
    4. Make moral decisions consistent with the Catholic Faith
    5. Demonstrate the Gospel message of love and service
  2. Active Learners who:
    1. Develop their talents to the fullest
    2. Master the academic standards
    3. Are enthusiastic, self-directed, reflective, life-long learners
    4. Are critical thinkers and problem-solvers
    5. Effectively write, speak, and listen
    6. Utilize technology effectively and responsibly
  3. Responsible and respectful citizens who:
    1. Recognize all individuals as God’s creation
    2. Are peacemakers and show empathy for others
    3. Demonstrate patriotism
  4. Self-aware individuals who:
    1. Respect life
    2. Make healthy life choices
    3. Demonstrate an attitude of fair play and cooperation
    4. Appreciate art, music, and literature

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