Before coming to OLMC, my son dreaded and hated going to school. Now he looks forward to it. He still resists doing homework - being a normal boy - but no longer loathes it. The biggest difference is that he isn't humiliated daily at OLMC. Instead, they promote a loving a safe atmosphere for children to grow and make real friends, with a solid academic background behind all of that.
My son began with OLMC in the fall last year, enrolled in Pre-K - age 3. He has never been happier and is learning SO much. OLMC faculty, staff, and teachers TRULY care for these children and their futures. My son loves going to school, loves his teacher, and loves OLMC and everything this school is about. Its heart warming to see his growth both academically and spiritually. So glad we found OLMC!!!
This is our 6th year at OLMC and both of my children love it! We love the teachers and students, and they are learning at a perfect pace - driven to do their best, but not overwhelmed. We'd recommend OLMC to anyone!
My daughter has been attending this school since Kindergarten and just loves it. The curriculum is at a high level which is great to prepare and transition your child for High School and later on for College. Parents involvement in your childs education is highly encouraged. Overall I would totally recommend OLMC to others if you want the best available education for your child.
Top notch academics. Great environment with other families of similar priorities - academics, hard work, classic subjects (cursive, thank you), moral teaching, and behavior. Great sense of community with other parents and families. Extra curricular at the lower grade levels can leave a little to be desired, but there are plenty of opportunities for sports outlets elsewhere.
Because the faculty and staff care deeply for the students, their efforts to offer the best education is amplified. Each student is a recognized individual, whose needs are met to allow them to do their best.
A key element to Catholic education is respect for the human dignity of each person. Students are treated with respect, with their personal needs acknowledged and met. These virtues are also taught as part of the curriculum.