OLQMCA proudly announces the 2nd Annual Lucky Draw Month of Raffles. There is at least one prize each day from May 20th to June 17th. Tickets are on sale now. Download the calendar with the prizes and complete the tickets below. Payments can be made in person by check or via PayPal-just mail in your tickets!
If you purchase over $100 of tickets you are eligible for the special final drawing for the 50 inch TV!
All proceeds will go to OLQMCA to defray the cost of tuition.
Thank you for your continued support and Good Luck!
Check out our Instagram and Facebook pages starting May 20th to view the drawings!
LUCKY DRAW Calendar & Tickets
LUCKY DRAW Basket Pictures
Financial aid is still available for those who have been receiving aid in the past. Deadline to apply is March 31st. For those who have never applied the deadline is April 30th.
Use this link to start the application.
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity.
Today we celebrate our nation. Our country was formed on the basic tenet of freedom. Almost 250 years later we are blessed to be able to enjoy what our nation has offered us. A big part of that freedom is due to those who have served our nation during both conflict and in peacetime. It is largely because of these men and women who have defended the right to be free.
A big part of what our nation stands for is represented by our American flag. It means having pride for the country and its history, the strength of all our people, the joy of seeing military persons coming home, the ability of Americans to overcome and unite, the freedom to express yourself, the ability to become anything you want, and the commitment to serve your country.
We as American’s honor our nation, specifically our military veterans for their sacrifice and commitment. Without this willingness to serve and the devotion to ideals, such as equality, liberty and the pursuit of happiness Americans wouldn’t be able to celebrate many of the religious, economic and social freedoms we currently enjoy.
Our nation isn’t perfect and can be better but as we observe what is happening around the world as individual freedoms are being threatened daily, we are blessed to be living in a nation where these freedoms are ensured.
Today we salute those who have served and are currently doing so. Our nation is a better place because of them.
Today we celebrate vocations. What are vocations and what specifically are religious vocations? Vocations are strong feelings for a particular career or occupation. That can be any occupation such as a teacher, nurse, law enforcement or an athlete. A religious vocation is a divine call to the religious life. This would include priests, nuns, brothers, seminarians and deacons.
Today we honor those individuals who have dedicated their lives to Jesus. Those dedicated to religious life are disciples of Jesus who spread the teachings of Christianity. Religious vocations are in the truest sense of the word servant leaders. Their service to a parish, school, community is the basis for their mission.
As you all know here at our Academy our mission statement says “We Answer God’s Call to Be More”. These individuals certainly have answered God’s call.
We all continue to pray for these individuals and hope that those inclined will also answer God’s call to be more by entering the religious life.
Today we celebrate our students. While there are many pieces for a successful Academy, our students are the life blood. Think about how an Academy building would seem and sound if we did not hear your laughter, your inquisitiveness, your walking through the halls and the nonstop questions.
Thank you for believing in your teachers who broaden your minds with not only book knowledge but also with life lessons. Despite the last two years of having to wear masks you never complained and you endured. I know that under those masks are smiles because you are in a safe, healthy and learning environment.
As I walk the halls of our Academy daily I see students who are conscientious and hardworking. I see students working independently, and who are self-motivated. I know you all try to put forth your best effort when it comes to homework assignments.
You, our students make us all proud. Thank you for being respectful to others, and behaving in a manner that is appropriate.
Today is your day. We all applaud you, salute you and praise you.
As our Academy begins Catholic Schools Week, today we celebrate Community. What does this actually mean and why do we honor it? The term community encompasses a wide range of elements from our local police, firefighters, doctors, nurses, health care workers, store owners, and within our own Academy, the principal, faculty, staff and students. We honor all of these groups and thank them for all that they do to help preserve a safe, healthy, economic and academic environment. Without them our community would not be a thriving, welcoming and exciting place.
To our parents, thank you for entrusting your children to our Academy. Your decision to select our Academy speaks volumes as to what you consider important for overall development. Thank you.
To my fellow Board members who give of their time to bring their expertise to support Mrs. Zuschlag in running the Academy. I thank you on behalf of the rest of our OLQMCA Community. We all appreciate your dedication.
We are all blessed to be part of our community. During your day, when you see a member of the community be it a policeman, fireman, doctor, nurse, healthcare worker, store owner or members of our Academy staff let them know you care by saying thank you.
Due to the impending storm we have postponed our Open House scheduled for January 29, 2022. If you had an appointment scheduled you can schedule one for Saturday, February 5th or Saturday, March 5th through your existing reservation. You can also complete the survey in this link to reschedule.
If you did not have a reservation for this Saturday, please go to our Admissions page and schedule an appointment for March 5th. We look forward to sharing our school with you.
An update to the Parent/Student Handbook has been released. You can find the new version in the Parent/Student Handbook tile to the right or on the Parent Resources Tab above.
The Handbook is also available in the Resource Documents of FACTS Family Portal.
Please read the attached letter from Mark Scapp.
End of Year letter
Empower your kids by letting them choose the books
and bring on the joy of reading. Check out the Virtual Book Fair!