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The Music Program at OLPH is designed to immerse students in a variety of musical styles and skills that develop self-esteem, self-expression and creativity.  Students experience the global community through music, and praises God in sacred liturgical song, a privilege of Catholic Music education. Band is also available as an elective class, for students in grades 4 through 8 to select.

Physical Education

The Physical Education Program (P.E.) at OLPH School is designed to help its students achieve his/her optimum personal development and be able to maintain a healthy lifestyle well into their adult life. Mrs. Martina Kerns provides P.E. instruction for students from Pre-K through eighth grades.


Library for the primary grades is very exciting!!

We teach the library rules, the parts of a book, and how to care for all books. Students learn about many authors and illustrators and how the books are placed on the shelf in alphabetical order by the author. We teach them how to choose a book off the shelf, mark the spot, look through it and make sure it is a good choice for the week. The highlight is checking out books and getting to take it home for a week until they return again to library again. We end each class with a fun activity that is tied into the theme of the week.


Our Spanish Program focuses on developing and implementing a Pre-K – 8 language instructional program and providing equitable access to rigorous coursework in Spanish. The program is designed to prepare school system graduates to thrive in a dynamic world through cultural understanding and becoming proficient in the skills of speaking, listening, reading, and writing in Spanish.


OLPH School believes that technology has the power to enhance teaching, learning, and communication. Technology provides an avenue for communication, collaboration, problem solving, and efficiency.  Every student from Pre-K to 8th Grade participates in one block of technology class per week where they learn how to responsibly use the tools of our ever-changing technological world. Students in grades 3-8 enjoy a one-to-one Chromebook program while younger grades use iPads and/or Chromebook tablets. 


The OLPH art program is continually evolving; the Makerspace Lab is a studio that fosters student’s creativity.  Our art teacher works with grades Pre-K-8 and focuses on developing student’s problem-solving skills and their art history/media knowledge. Students create artwork in each of the following media: drawing, printmaking, ceramics, painting, collage, and fiber arts (weaving and stitching).