Congratulations to the following grade 7 students who were inducted into the NJHS Ceremony on May 8, 2019.
Ana Botero – Gil
Brian Chica – Herrera
Our Lady of Hope Catholic Academy Celebrates
CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK
Sunday January 27, 2019 ~ Mass 9:30 a.m.
Open House 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
We are a school community where the Gospel is taught through word and example; our focus is seeing Christ in one another. Lessons in faith are taught by dedicated faculty and learned through active service, as students and their families answer God’s call to serve those in need.
Our Lady of Hope offers:
• A rigorous academic curriculum
• Ongoing in-house staff development to enhance instructional skills of teachers
• Accelerated math program for all students starting in grade six
• Algebra I & Earth Science Regents Courses for all grade eight students
• Smart Boards in every classroom enabling teachers to create unique and interactive lessons with web links to the most up-to-date information
• A fully equipped Science/STEM Lab
• Over 200 Chromebooks, Laptops and Tablets for student use
• Numerous clubs including Art & Drama Clubs
• Resource room to provide academic support
• Morning & After-School Child Care program
Extracurricular activities include Art Club, Band Program, Children’s Choir, Drama Club, CYO Sports & athletics, National Junior Honor Society, STEM Enrichment, Science Olympiad Team, as well as after school enrichment activities.
We invite you to come and see if our caring, faith-filled environment is best for your child. Catholic Schools Week is just around the corner, beginning on Sunday, January 27th. We look forward to sharing the good news of Our Lady of Hope with you.
Please contact the academy office at 718– 458 – 3535, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit us at www.olhca.org.
You can also like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/olhca/
Thank you for your support.
Dear Our Lady of Hope Community.
On behalf of Fr. Carrano, the Board of Directors, Faculty and Staff we would like to wish you and your families a Merry Christmas and a joyous New Year.
Thank you for your support of Our Lady of Hope Catholic Academy.
2018 Christmas Greeting
Our Lady of Hope will be hosting an Open House for families that are interested in Nursery, Pre-K and Kindergarten program for September 2019 on Wednesday December 12th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Early Childhood Open House 2018
To the Our Lady of Hope Community,
As my first year as principal of Our Lady of Hope Catholic Academy comes to an end, I want to thank the families, parishioners, and the faithful people I met throughout the year for their support. Listening to the people tell their stories of how their children and grandchildren attended the school is what makes Our Lady of Hope such a special place. The Catholic Identity that is so visible when I arrived last summer continues to be visible and stronger, which is the foundation that makes Our Lady of Hope Catholic Academy the exceptional academic institution it is. Lead by the Very Reverend Michael Carrano, the Parish priests and especially our teachers, Our Lady of Hope students are taught that Jesus the Christ is the center of their lives. Catholic values and morals are imbedded not only in religion class, but in all aspects of the students’ day.
I would like to recognize the accomplishments of the Class of 2018. At the time of graduation, the Class of 2018 received over $560,000.00 in scholarship money, with each graduate being accepted to a minimum of one Catholic high school, including Regis High School. This exceptional group participated in an accelerated Earth Science course, and over 89% of those taking the Earth Science Regents Exam passed. This is a testament to the dedication and commitment of the faculty to ensure the success of our students.
For the upcoming school year, literacy and math will be the two main areas of focus in the Early Childhood grades, providing our youngest students with a strong, solid foundation. On the middle school level, an Honors Math Program is being developed, so that our academically strong students will have the opportunity to be challenged with a more rigorous course of study in math. Students in grades seven and eight will be grouped homogeneously for math. Students in grade eight will have the opportunity to take the Algebra I course during the school day, and become eligible to sit for the Algebra I Regents Exam in June 2019. This accelerated opportunity will allow for Our Lady of Hope’s advanced students to complete two Regents-level courses and exams prior to entering high school.
Finally, a grant application has been submitted to have a fully equipped STEM Lab put into the school, so that the students in Kindergarten through grade eight will have the tools and resources to enrich themselves with knowledge in the field of math and science.
I want to thank you for your continual support of Our Lady of Hope Catholic Academy.