We All Have The Duty To Do Good!


Some Very Important Calendar Changes and Reminders:cal

  • Because of the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, there is a DOUBLE LUNCH ORDER due no later than TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24TH! 
  •  If you are making child-care and/or holiday plans, there is a change on our December calendar. There will be NO SCHOOL ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23RD. December 22nd will be the last full day before the Christmas holidays and school will reopen on Monday, January 4th.

Thank you!


Camp Out For Hunger

During the month of November the OLA School community will be collecting nonperishable food items in memory of Deacon Fosbenner. All food will be donated to WMMR’s Camp Out for Hunger in his name. Once again we’ll be collecting food in conjunction with other Archdiocesan schools in the hopes of beating last year’s weight of two tons. Please send in your nonperishable food items any time between now and Thanksgiving. Everything collected will be brought down to WMMR’s “Camp” at the Wells Fargo center the first week of December.

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Tuition and Fees for 2015 – 2016

2015-2016 Schedule Of Fees

All tuition payments must be paid on time through the SMART TUITION Program.  

November Lunch Menu
December Lunch Menu (1)
Hot Lunch Is Back

Drop Off Procedurecar


 For important information re:  Low cost health insurance for families, click on the following link: http://www.crozerkeystone.org/Locations/community-health-centers/


Beginning today, applications for students who will be enrolled in K-12 during the 2016 / 2017 school year will be available for parents. Last year, BLOCS had over 15,000 applications which amounted to a qualified need of $47,000,000 for Philadelphia area Catholic schools. 

Most of BLOCS funding comes in the way of tax credit programs that the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania offers to businesses. Businesses are able to make donations to BLOCS, and then receive up to a 90% credit on their PA state taxes. These programs total $150 million dollars in available credits state wide. 

As we move into the next school year, our hope is that these programs are expanded to help more families afford a Catholic education. It is important that our legislatures understand what the true need is in the Philadelphia area when these programs are evaluated for a possible increase.

The best way to show the true need of families in the Philadelphia area is to have as many parents as possible fill out the online application for BLOCS scholarships. Applications for Archdiocesan schools, parish schools, and diocesan high schools can be accessed at www.blocs.org or by going directly to www.smartaidforparents.com. If your child is attending a private school, mission school, or if your school is not listed in the online applications, please contact your school directly to apply.


Thank you,

Bill O’Brien


Executive Director


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 Maguire Scholars Program

Maguire Foundation

 Registration 2015/2016

For information regarding 2015/2016 registration, click on
Business Manager’s Page listed under Resources for Parents

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