PRAYER

"Hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit that has been given to us." ~Romans 5:5

STUDY

“No matter what a person’s specialty is, every person is called through the particular discipline in which he excels to share truth with those around him.” ~ Lay Fraternities of St. Dominic

COMMUNITY

The interlocking rings symbolize the four major contributors to successful education at OLMC: our teachers, students, parents, and parish.

SERVICE

“If you are who you were made to be, you will set the whole world ablaze!” ~ St. Catherine of Siena

Faith Day 2019

A faithful friend is a sturdy shelter; he who finds one ...
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American Legion Middle School Essay Contest – OLMC Winners!

Last fall, Mrs. Peters' 8th grade students wrote essays as we ...
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Knights of Columbus Essay Contest

All of our eighth grade students recently had the opportunity to ...
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OLMC Student Named YMCA Teen Volunteer of the Year

8th Grader Maggie Rosenbaum has been named the teen volunteer of ...
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“This school, faculty & staff, has been the best experience, for our entire family! This was our first year at OLMC & we could not be more pleased! The best decision we have made for our daughter was to move her to OLMC from her previous school. We would strongly & wholeheartedly recommend OLMC!" - Parent of OLMC Student

“Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic School weaves a Christian thread throughout the day, not just in religion classes; and the thread doesn’t end there. It’s woven into your child’s life beyond school to their home and in the community.” - Parent of OLMC Student

“OLMC has guided me and prepared me for high school, including developing leadership skills. This school nourishes all students with Christ as the center while teaching the students lifelong academic skills.” - OLMC Graduate

“OLMC is academically challenging, but it also emphasizes the importance of being a good person and following Christ. My children often talk about the need to make good choices and treat others with respect.” - Parent of OLMC Student