OLM  School to Host Alumni Mass, New Student Open House Sunday, January 28

 

Our Lady of Mercy School, 55 Fourth Avenue in East Greenwich, is hosting its annual Open House for prospective families on Sunday, January 28 from 10:00 a.m. – Noon.  Visitors will be greeted by current and former students, faculty and staff and are invited to tour the school to discover all of the academic, spiritual and extra-curricular programs OLM is proud to offer.   With all-day Pre-K and K through Grade 8, OLM School provides a top-notch education rooted in the Catholic tradition.  OLM offers a challenging curriculum with multiple enrichment opportunities like weekly Spanish Classes for Grades K-8, Computer Classes, Music, Health, Library, and Art, and physical education twice per week.  Extracurricular activities include Robotics, Drama, Band, Yearbook, CAL Sports, Student Council and after school clubs. Before- and after-school care are available, as well as multiple scheduling options for Pre-K.  Bus service is available to those students residing in East Greenwich, West Warwick and parts of Warwick.   OLM graduates continually rank at the top of their high school classes, with many entering honors programs at the Catholic high schools throughout the Diocese.

Also on January 28,  OLM Parish will be welcoming all OLM School graduates to a special Alumni Mass at 9:00 a.m. at OLM Church.  Graduates from all years are invited to join current school families at mass and then proceed to the school for tours and refreshments.  There, they will have the opportunity to connect with other OLM School alums and to re-discover the OLM tradition of excellence.  For further information on the Alumni Mass or other OLM School Alumni activities, please contact OLM Alumni Coordinator, Sophia Beland, at sbeland@olmschool.org.

With a tradition of excellence in Catholic elementary and middle school education since 1951, Our Lady of Mercy School offers its students an opportunity to pursue excellence in academics, athletics and the arts. Accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, the Pre-K through Grade 8, co-educational Catholic school located in East Greenwich provides a nurturing, values-driven environment built upon the teachings of the Catholic Church.