Mission Statement

As soon as a child is born they are learning each and every day. Here at Our Lady of the Angels, we provide an enriching environment where students get to learn and explore the world alongside their peers. The environment will also meet the developmental needs of each child as they continue their learning journey.

Throughout the year our goals always remain the same: provide a safe, Christ-centered environment, focusing on their physical, and cognitive well-being. We also put a focus on positive self-confidence in each and every one of our students.

At Our Lady of the Angels, the cost to educate each child is $7400. For preschool, the parent responsibility is $4200 for Catholic families and $4700 for non-catholic families. 

As the year progresses, we inspire each child to create/develop:

  • A feeling that they belong to something bigger than themselves
  • Feeling secure and comfortable with others outside of their home/immediate family
  • A sense of curiosity about the world around them and an excitement for learning
  • A recognition for the various gifts, talents, and abilities that God has given them
  • Independence
  • A positive view of themselves and that they can control their behavior
  • Comprehension of language, express oneself through oral responses and answer questions when asked


Our curriculum allows the children to explore the world around them through a variety of hands-on, academic, and social activities. Through these pursuits, students will grow in their social, emotional, cognitive, fine, and gross motor skill development.

  • Language Arts: Children will explore/recognize letters, letter sounds, rhyming words, and use oral language to express feelings.
  • Math: Children will be able to recognize colors, shapes, and sizes, identify numbers, count orally, count objects, use some measurement tools, and create/identify patterns.
  • Social Studies: Children will grow their sense of the world around them by identifying relationships in their life, community helpers, and learning how to share with those they are close with.
  • Science: Through experiments and hands-on tasks, children will become more aware of the various animals, plants, weather, and buildings around them.
  • The children will be able to explore their creative pursuits through the various art materials in their own personal pencil boxes as well as in the art center.


Our various Science, Library, Building, Dramatic Play, Math, Art, and Writing Centers located around the classroom allow for the children to pursue their own unique interests while also interacting with their peers.

Program Details

5 Days A Week

Our Program is five days a week for three and four-year-olds.


Children engage through a variety of hands-on activities, outside play, developmentally appropriate activities, lunch, nap, music, and gym classes.


Children must turn three before September 1st of the approaching academic year as well as be completely/independently toilet trained as well.