Some of my most favorite memories were at OLPH. I had two very lucky sons that were fortunate enough to attend what I call the greatest, Catholic school there is. They got a wonderful education that laid the ground work for their high school and college years. Both my sons are excelling beyond belief with straight A’s and even making the Dean’s List. I contribute their success to the superior education they received at OLPH.
While Academics is important, they learned even more important lessons like respect, kindness toward others and an overall Christian attitude that they will carry with them for the rest of their lives. They were also blessed with the opportunity to make good, lifelong friends. My experience as a parent was one of a true family atmosphere. I will never forget the principal, Diane Arias, and all the kindness and sincere love she showed me. The entire faculty and staff went out of their way to make me feel part of the family that is OLPH. I will be ever grateful that my children were fortunate enough to attend such a wonderful school, as well as my association throughout the years. I also attended good Catholic schools throughout my life, but I never got the Christian, family experience that exists at OLPH.
It was truly my pleasure to be a part of Our Lady of Perpetual Help School!