OLPH Gala Video
Located in the Love Field neighborhood of Dallas, OLPH is a PK3-8 school affiliated with the Catholic Diocese of Dallas that has been serving families throughout the DFW Metroplex since 1946. OLPH continues to evolve to reflect the changing needs of our society and the community around us. We provide an opportunity for our students to not only succeed academically, but also prepare them to make positive contributions to their community, both locally and globally. At OLPH, teachers, faculty, and families work together to build an environment that educates and nurtures the whole child - spiritually, emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially.
At OLPH, we‚ are a co-educational school, with a current enrollment of 145 students. (2023-24 school year). Serve an economically disadvantaged population, with almost 90% of our students participating in the National School Lunch Program (NLSP), all coming from households that live at or below the poverty line. Have a 10:1 teacher/student ratio, with students receiving instruction in core content areas, including religion, as well as specials: Music, Art, Physical Education, and Health class. OLPH follows the Montessori Method of instruction in our Early Childhood Program (3-5 year olds), allowing them to thrive in a self-paced, nurturing, student-centered environment. Incorporate blended instruction strategies across all subjects through a 1:1 technology program. Students receive content instruction through research-based lessons and technology platforms such as iXL Learning (Math and ELA); iStation (Math, ELA, Spanish); and Accelerated Reader (ELA). Provide age-appropriate enrichment activities, through the Diocesan Parochial League (DPL), the official athletic league of the Dallas Diocesan schools; all-school choir; extracurricular Scripps/Diocesan Spelling Tri-Core Academic & Artistic Competitions; and OLPH Spirit Squad.
Provide a targeted Reading Program for ESL for grades K-2
Music Literacy Enrichment Program to support ELL to PK3-3.
Offer spiritual development through daily religion classes; regular mass service for all students; and sacramental preparation classes & retreats.
Offer all students an enrichment summer school program.
Provide a staff-supervised, structured after school care program.
School Counselor and Dyslexia specialist on staff.
Private Donor Scholarships
Facility Maintenance and Improvements