“Rejoice always. Pray without ceasing. In all circumstances give thanks, for this is the will of God for you in Christ Jesus.”

 

Our Lady of Angels School

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 Angels 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 kkrupar@olangels.org  if you are interested in more information about Our Lady of Angels School.

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL STUDENTS AND STAFF K-8 FOR BEING RECOGNIZED AS THE CATHOLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE DIOCESE OF CLEVELAND WITH THE GREATEST GROWTH IN MAP SCORES SINCE LAST YEAR!

 

Congratulations to the Class of 2019!

Kate Boland for a St. Joseph Academy legacy scholarship.

Madison DiLuciano for a Holy Name High School merit scholarship.

Alexandros Georgussis for a Holy Name High School academic scholarship.

Alivia Griwatch for a St. Joseph Academy Foundation Scholarship.

Theresa Kratt for an academic scholarship, an alumni scholarship, and an art scholarship from St. Joseph Academy.

Jonathan Matos for a Padua Franciscan High School academic scholarship.

Piper Murphy-Hido for an Association Church Scholarship for Lutheran West High School.

Marcella Orsini for a Senney Family Scholarship and an art scholarship from Lutheran West High School.

Ryan Putka for the Ignatian Scholar Academic Scholarship from St. Ignatius High School.

Cecelia Roche for a St. Joseph Academy legacy scholarship.

Ayusha Samal for a certificate of recognition from the National Financial Literacy Campaign.

Elizabeth Sonby for an alumni scholarship and music scholarship for voice from St. Joseph Academy.

Kristina Telban for a Magnificat High School academic scholarship.

Matthew Vickerman for a music scholarship for saxophone from Holy Name High School.

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