Faculty and staff at OLPH School enthusiastically support and encourage a variety of activities throughout the year, and welcome the addition of new activities whenever possible. The following clubs and activities are offered at OLPH School:
The Student Council provides service projects and community outreach programs for the entire student body of OLPH School and encourages school spirit.
A program where upper grade students are partnered with primary grade students in many activities throughout the year.
Boy and Girl Scout troops for students of different ages meet on campus at OLPH School. This is an after-school or evening program that meets on OLPH School campus, but is not sponsored by the school. Many of the students participate and often whole grades are involved in scouting.
Holy Child Association (HCA)
HCA continues to follow the vision of Bishop Forbin-Janson – “children helping children.” After learning about the great needs of the world’s poorest children, OLPH School students are invited to pray and to offer financial help so that children in the Missions may know Christ and experience His love and care.
Cantor and/or Choir at School Liturgies
Weekly School Liturgy
Fine Arts Activities
Cultural Arts Programs
The students are treated to a variety of age appropriate cultural arts performances from groups that are brought to the school throughout the school year.
Students in Grades 2-8 may participate in this after school activity. Students learn how to put on productions and prepare to participate in a talent show and Spring play.
This paid art program is held after school and it meets or exceeds the National Standards for Arts Education.
Academic and Athletic Activities
Baltimore Catholic Youth Organization (CYO)
Students in grades 2-8 participate in an archdiocesan basketball league organized among the area Catholic schools by parent volunteers.
Students in Grades 3-8 have the opportunity to learn and sharpen their skills as they participate in weekly chess competitions.
Math Counts and It’s Academic
Middle School students participate in learning sessions and team competitions.
Roots and Shoots
Students in Grades 5-8 meet twice per month to participate in environmentally-related activities.
Students in Grades 4-8 meet weekly to develop their skills as story writers.
Speech and Debate Club
Students learn and practice skills in an effort to become better educated speakers.