At Our Lady Of Perpetual Help School students receive daily lessons on morality, spirituality and service to others through modeling, classroom instruction and community experiences. Our academic program follows the Indiana and Archdiocesan standards, and our annual ISTEP scores rank above the 95th percentile in the state. OLPH is also recognized nationally for its NCA Accreditation status. OLPH Catholic School knows that parents are the first teachers for their children. We encourage parents to be good role models by supporting and practicing first and foremost our Catholic tradition of daily prayer, receiving the sacraments and attending mass on Sunday. In addition, we recognize that students benefit most when parents and school work in partnership. We encourage volunteerism and good communication between home and school. Animated by the Holy Spirit and rooted in the Roman Catholic tradition, the faculty and staff of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School strive to be a nurturing community in which all our children may grow in age, wisdom and grace on their way to full maturity in Christ.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School, modeled after Jesus Christ, is building the Kingdom of God through faith, academic excellence and service to others.
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