Welcome to the Our Lady Help of Christians School Page !
934 Hanover Avenue
Allentown, PA 18109
Calendar Updates/ Important Reminders:
April 15 – Progress Reports issued
April 17 – School Open with Early Dismissal at 12:15 (no lunch)
April 21 – School Open (Easter Monday)
April 24 – Faculty Meeting
April 25 – full day of school (no early dismissal)
May 23 – School Closed
May 26 – Memorial day (School Closed)
June 7 – 8th grade graduation 4:30PM Mass followed by graduation exercises and reception
June 11 – 12:15 early dismissal (Last day of school for 8th grade & Kindergarten
June 13 – Last day of school (8:15 AM Mass & awards) Dismissal at 10:30AM
When there is a snow delay or the possibility of school closing early because of the weather, please check Local T.V. stations or the web… WFMZ or WAEB are excellent resources.
Faith, Academics, Service
Our Lady Help of Christians Catholic School
Kindergarten and New Student Registration for 2014-2015 school year
Consider a Catholic School environment for your child where our mission is to provide quality education as we strive to spread the Gospel message in an atmosphere that nurtures faith, values, and character development.
Kindergarten Registration: any child who is five years old by October 15, 2014 is eligible for enrollment in the O.L.H.C. all-day Kindergarten. This is an academic, all-day program.
New Student Registration: Grades 1 – 8 for the 2014-15 School Year
A Pre-School Program also is available.
The following items are needed to register for Kindergarten – Eighth Grades:
- Birth certificate
- Baptismal certificate (if baptized)
- Immunization records
- $25 registration fee (non-refundable)
- Copy of report card (Grades 1 – 8)
- Blank/voided check for tuition payment bank paperwork
- Scholarships available (need-based)
Register: Call 610-433-1592 for an appointment.
Scholarships are available!
[Children of all faiths are most welcome at Our Lady Help of Christians Catholic School. All students attend religion classes and church services.]
Jesus Christ is the reason for Our Lady Help of Christians School. We not only teach about Christ, we pray together,go to Mass each week, attend adoration each Wednesday, pray the stations of the cross, and so much more. Each teachers’ first goal is help you form your child in Christian virtue by helping them to get to know Jesus Christ.
FROM: MISS VANYA, Principal
Do you need to catch up on Fundraising? Why not do it by shopping? Stop by the rectory and get your gift cards for Redners, Giant, Weis, Valley Farms,etc.
Have you ever purchased a gift card for someone? It’s that easy… for $100 you can buy a $100 Giant card, and spend all $100. We get a small percent bonus from Giant that goes to your fundraising.
Some people easily have all their fundraising done, just by doing their grocery shopping. Ask your relatives or neighbors to get cards with you!
And you don’t have to have a student in school to participate… buy cards in the back of church or at the rectory and support Our Lady Help of Christians! Be OLHC Proud!
Please continue to share the good news about Our Lady Help of Christians Catholic School. You, as parents, are among our best ambassadors!
If you know of someone who is looking for a school change for theirchild, please share this website with them.
Did you know???? 97% of Catholic School Graduates attend College!
Communication System – The family envelope system will be used for communication between home and school. The oldest child in each family is responsible for bringing information home and returning the envelope the following day. Please sign your name/date on the envelope so that the teacher knows you have received and read the information.
Traffic Regulations – Please be patient and alert when dropping off or picking up students. Their safety is our main concern!
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Allentown Central Catholic is a four year co-educational high school, serving families from Lehigh and Northampton counties for over 80 years. ACCHS Provides a Christ-centered education of academic excellence and moral principles.
“Education marked with the Sign of The Cross”