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Our Mission

SCHOOL OF OUR LADY MISSION STATEMENT

School of Our Lady is a K-8 Roman Catholic Parish School, serving families in Santa Ana , California and other nearby communities. Our mission is to create a safe, Catholic, Christian environment in which students are able to hear and live the Gospel message and receive a well-rounded education enabling them to become life-long learners who are confident, effective communicators, responsible citizens in the community, respectful of others, themselves and all of God's creation.


SCHOOL-WIDE LEARNING EXPECTATIONS
Within a safe Catholic, Christian environment, School of Our Lady provides instruction which enhances the academic, spiritual, aesthetic, social and physical growth of our students.
Therefore, our students are capable of being:

Individuals of faith who live the Gospel message by:
Understanding and valuing basic elements of Catholicism.
Growing in their relationship with Christ.
Developing and growing in their prayer life.
Working to achieve social justice.
Reflecting God’s infinite love in relationships with others.
Contributing time, talent, and treasure to the Church community.

Life-long learners with a solid foundation of knowledge who can:
Demonstrate competency in the basic skills.
Think critically and solve problems.
Develop study skills rooted in self-discipline and motivation.
Utilize technology to facilitate learning.
Appreciate creativity and the fine arts.

Confident, effective communicators who:
Read with discernment.
Compute with accuracy.
Write with clarity.
Think independently.
Speak effectively.

Responsible citizens of the local and world communities who:
Acknowledge that they can make a difference.
Support and participate in local and national affairs.
Develop understanding, compassion, and respect for all people and
their individual differences.
Recognize dangers and opportunities in the modern world.
Recognize and appreciate the struggles and sacrifices parents
make for their children.
Fulfill family responsibilities.

Respectful, health-conscious individuals who:
Value themselves, others, and all of God’s creation.
Understand the importance of making healthy choices.
Develop self-confidence and leadership qualities.
Have the knowledge of and appreciation for a variety of physical activities.

“Me gusta la forma en que los maestros les enseñan a los niños.”-Parent of SOL Alumni