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Welcome to OLPH Preschool

Our goal is for your child’s first school experience to be one filled with love, laughter, and learning. Our teachers and staff are dedicated to providing your child with high quality early childhood education in a safe, nurturing environment. 


We are extremely fortunate to be able to bring the word of God into our teaching. The love of Christ and His teachings are woven into everything we do. 


We hope that this year is just the beginning of many spent here at OLPH.

 We look forward to blessed school year! 


Theresa Amarante

Preschool Director

Philosophy and Goals

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Our Lady of Perpetual Help Preschool is an early childhood education program, which is designed to nurture the development of the whole child. 


Preparing young children for their future school experiences, means providing them with learning opportunities in all areas of development including: cognition, socialization, listening and language skills, fine and gross motor skills, and preacademics.


 All children develop differently and at their own pace, so it is our responsibility to provide your child with the tools that he/she needs to be successful. Learning goals for each child are based on assessment of individual needs and interests.

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Goals for Spiritual Development

  • Help each child and parent discover Catholic concepts and principles
  • Help develop an understanding of God's presence in the world
  • Help develop a positive self-image through a knowledge of God's love     
  • Give children an opportunity to experience God's love and to express love for God 

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Goals for Social Development

  • Create opportunities for developing friendships with children their own age
  • Teach appropriate classroom behavior within a variety of activities
  • Model developmentally appropriate communication skills 

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Goals for Intellectual Development

  • Encourage curiosity and creative thinking
  • Build listening and communication skills
  • Provide an experience for learning in a structured environment 
  • Promote Kindergarten readiness skills

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Goals for Physical Development

  • Develop self-confidence, self-reliance, and self-discipline 
  • Help the child feel that he/she is accepted by others
  • Provide guidance in showing affection and interest in others
  • Teach regulation of impulses

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Goals for Emotional Development

  • Develop self-confidence, self-reliance, and self-discipline
  • Help the child feel that he/she is accepted by others
  • Provide guidance in showing affection and interest in others