Our Lady of Charity School

Open House 2015


Snow Ball 2015


The annual Snow Ball dinner dance will take place on January 31, 2015 at the Mayfield. Tickets are on sale now! Tickets are $60 each and include admission, dinner, dancing, and an open bar. Tables may be purchased at a reduced rate of $500. You may buy your tickets in the school office, parish rectory, after Mass, or online. Child care will be available during the evening at Our Lady of Charity from 6-11:30 p.m. We hope to see you there!

If you have any items you would like to donate for the silent auction, please drop them off in the school office or rectory. $20 of each ticket sold will count towards your family’s flex fundraising requirement, along with the estimated value of any donated items. Additional information about ways to support the event can be found here.


March for Life

photo-28We are proud to announce that Our Lady of Charity School will be present at the March for Life in Washington D.C. Four of our 8th grade leaders, Kayla, Elizabeth, Salvador, and Daniel will make the trip alongside our middle school teacher, Mr. Priest, and students from across the Archdiocese. The group will join other young people throughout the nation to spread the message that every life is sacred.

While in Washington, our students will be able to celebrate mass with the Cardinal, visit the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, and participate in the March. This is a special way for students to live out their Catholic faith and proclaim our beliefs to others.

We would like to extend a special note of appreciation to all school families and parishioners who have supported the students through their donations and who will attend the March for Life breakfast on Sunday, January 11th. Thank you for making this experience possible.


Home Reading Strategies

Check out one of our great videos showcasing ways parents can work at home with their children to strengthen reading skills:


Faith Buddies

pk8th_picStudents at Our Lady of Charity work together to strengthen each other's faith lives. Each older grade student acts as a faith buddy to a younger child. Classrooms meet once a week so the students can pray together, talk to each other about their love of the Lord, read together, and participate in a variety of fun activities. Many times, students even get to work with their siblings and cousins as faith buddies.

Our students love working together with their brothers and sisters in Christ to learn more about their faith and to praise God.



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