This is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad!
Our Lady of Angels Catholic School educates preschool through eighth grade with an average number of 425 students under the authority of the Diocese of Cleveland. Our Lady of Angles School exists to provide an education rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ where Catholic doctrine and values, as well as academic excellence prepare each student for a life of faith, service and integrity.
This year our theme is “This is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad!” Children at OLA have the opportunity to participate in mass weekly as well as prayer services throughout the school year. In addition to the standard academic curriculum, religion is taught daily and all classes are infused with the values and beliefs rooted in the Catholic faith. Our Lady of Angels School welcomes students of all faith backgrounds. We take part in the Cleveland Scholarship Program and enroll children from Cleveland as well as its surrounding suburbs. Please contact our principal, Mrs. Kathy Krupar, at email@example.com if you are interested in more information about Our Lady of Angels School.
Each quarter students in grades K-8 participate in a variety of service projects that help them follow in the footsteps of Jesus by being His disciples and spreading the Good News. During the first quarter the following projects were accomplished. Kindergarten made greeting cards for the people serviced through St. Patrick’s Hunger Center, first grade made door hangers for the 48 Sisters of St. Joseph that live in the village down the street, and second grade made sympathy cards for the classmates of a young girl killed in a car accident in Brook Park. Third grade will be donating Halloween candy (after the holiday) to UNICEF, fourth grade will be making fall placemats for the residents of Larchwood Nursing Home, and fifth and sixth grade worked together to collect money for hurricane victims. Seventh grade will take part in the “Stuffed Shirt” project providing toiletries and t-shirts to homeless shelters. The eighth grade has studied the life of St. Benedict Joseph Labre and will put together hygiene kits for the Labre program at St. Ignatius High School. We are truly people of service!