Our Lady of Perpetual Help School
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Mission Statement
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School enables students to celebrate their God given talents by serving others in the Spirit of Christ and growing into life-long learners.
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Christmas Mass Schedule
~ Christmas Eve ~
4pm, 6pm & 8pm
~ Christmas Day ~
8am & 10 am
New Year’s Day Mass Schedule
~ The Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God ~
Vigil ~ New Year’s Eve ~ 5pm
New Year’s Day ~ 11am


GIVING TUESDAY 
Please support Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Maple Shade as we work humbly under God's grace to give back to our community, parish and school families. You can donate now by following the link below or sharing our page and clicking the Donate button. 
"Give, and you will receive. Your gift will return to you in full--pressed down, shaken together to make room for more, running over, and poured into your lap. The amount you give will determine the amount you get back." Luke 6:38
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Renewing the Promise... Strengthening our Future
On October 2nd in Nolan Hall, OLPH PTA held a special open session. Those in attendance spent time brainstorming, collaborating and planning an extensive fundraising operation for the year. There is still much work to be done and we will need a wide variety of skill sets and experience. Thank you to all family, friends, and alumni of our school who attended. And thank you for all you do.

From The Principal's Desk
Dear OLPH Families,
Shades of pink have always represented joy in my life. My daughter is a life-long ballerina so we have been surrounded by ballet pink for well over twenty years. Two weeks ago I felt joy as I watched my new daughter-in-law look radiant wearing a gown with just the slightest pink hue as she pledged her love for my son. Just as there are various shades of pink, there are multiple forms of joy. Joy can be exuberant when we experience the faithfulness of God, it can be calm confidence in His sovereignty, or pure delight as He expresses His love.
This week our Advent wreaths glow with the third candle, a rose one. This is another shade of pink and it also represents joy. Today we are at the midpoint of our Advent journey. Isnít it true that at the midpoint of any journey we have mixed feelings? We are as close to our destination as we are to the beginning. My you continue on a blessed Advent journey.
We invite you to join our school community on Friday, December 21st. The school children will attend the 9:00 AM parish mass, then at 10:00 AM we will participate in the annual OLPH Christmas Pancake Breakfast. Our 8th grade class will host this event. All are welcome! We look forward to seeing many parishioners and alumni on Friday.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Mrs. Cynthia Smith

The new PTA Newsletter is available. Click the Newsletter link above.

Parent portal is now open. If you forgot your password, click on the FORGOT PASSWORD link and a temporary password will be sent to your email address (which is also your user name.) Cut/paste the temporary password to avoid error.

Here you will find information for our fun family fundraising and community events! Click the Check Out Our PTA Page link above for more information.

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Your Amazon purchases can now help support our PTA who, in turn, support our school. Use this link when you shop to support our Amazon Smile initiative!

Check out our Biology elective and our Mad Science videos. Biology is just one of the many electives we offer to students in grades 5 through 8! Mad Science offers after-school workshops for grades K through 8.

The Monitor is one of Bishop O'Connell's primary ways of preaching the Word of God, making it a very valuable tool for families to read together. Reading The Monitor allows families to stay current with what is going on around the diocese. Click above to read highlights of stories that are being covered.