Both of my children attend O.L.D.P. and have for over 2 years now. I am also a graduate of O.L.D.P. As I returned to the school as a mother I am pleased to see the progress the school has made since I had attended. The school is smaller than a lot of the other surrounding catholic schools which makes things much more personable. They have a mission that the children all learn and as a parent I have as well O.L.D.P. Our Christian Family; We Pray, We Work, We Grow To Be The Best That We Can Be . It is very true. It is a family there. The principal, Mrs. Di is always there for the parents I have never been pushed off by her and she knows my children by name. The relationships that the teachers have with the children is something you will not find else where. The school as a whole is very family oriented with socials for the kids and parents and a very opened but secure campus. Parents are offered plenty of opportunities to volunteer and be involved. Academically my children are being challenged as well as being nurtured. I hear other parents that struggle to find that balance and I feel blessed that I have found a home for my children at O.L.D.P. I think that the faculty and staff are doing a great job and I couldn t be happier.
- submitted by a parent
October 14, 2005
Both my children attend OLDP School for 2 school years now. OLDP School is a school where the children are developed from the inside out by creating strong Catholic foundations and winning educational habits. In OLDP, each child is encouraged to do their best and be creative. The teachers are highly skilled and work hard to bring out the best in each child. The Principal, a former teacher of OLDP, has transformed OLDP into a school that provides a strong educational curriculum and a positive learning environment. The Dean, our loved Sister, makes sure that the children are safe and provides them with guidance whenever they seek it, she provides great love and respect to our children. I am extremely pleased with our school.