Frequently Asked Questions

In an effort to assist you, we’ve included some brief information on our most frequently asked questions. If you need more information, or have other questions, please contact us. Thank you!

What is the application procedure for enrolling a student?

The enrollment process involves an application form and interview with a school administrator. The process is outlined on our website here.

What is the school’s annual tuition fee?

The OLPH School Board, in consultation with the OLPH principal and pastor, establishes the tuition rate for each academic year.

Tuition & Fee information can be found on our website here.

Does the school have an athletic program?

Yes, the athletics program is an important part the OLPH educational experience. The school is a firm believer in having faith in God, in oneself, in one’s coach, and in one’s school. These are all important in developing a well-rounded athlete and student. Get more information about our Athletics Program here.

What is the school’s dress code?

All students are required to wear properly fitted, OLPH-school uniforms. Our Dress Code Policy and details about Girls’, Boys’, and PE uniforms can be found here. School uniforms can be purchased through Norman’s Uniforms online using our school code 82470 OR during specific times throughout the year at a Norman’s Uniforms pop-up shop in the Coachella Valley (dates and locations vary and will be sent out by the school to registered families as they occur).

What is the school’s medication policy?

Parents of children needing medication are to bring all medications to the office with a completed Medical Authorization Form from their parent/guardian and their physician. The Medication Policy and Medication Authorization Form can be found here

What is the school’s homework policy?

Homework will be assigned to grades K-8 on a regular basis that may include weekends. The Homework Policy can be found here.

What is the school’s philosophy?

OLPH is a private school operating under the auspices of the Roman Catholic Church. As such, our education encompasses faith formation as well as excellence in academics. Read more about our Philosophy and Mission here and our Schoolwide Learning Expectations here.