Mrs. Renee Price, OLSH Enrollment & Events Coordinator, and her family joined the OLSH community as a result of the closure of Quigley Catholic High School, but they have had a great transition, finding a second home at OLSH.
Rachael Wallover ‘07, OLSH English Teacher, is thrilled to be giving back to her alma mater in her second year back. Rachael is thankful for the support of her former teachers and is driven to inspire her students through literature and creativity.
Like so many other events this year, the annual March for Life is being held virtually. Students at OLSH are participating spiritually from afar with a special prayer service and the opportunity to view online coverage of the event in theology classes.
Jessica Sellman ‘02, OLSH Director of Admissions & Enrollment, has a special place in her heart for her alma mater. With community, faith, and family at the center of her life, she seized the opportunity to return to OLSH in 2013 to find a job that fulfilled her purpose.
Caitlin Snatchko '10, OLSH Campus Minister and Theology teacher, didn't expect to be teaching at her alma mater, but when she returned in 2017, she found the same sense of family and community she felt as a student.
Many things look different this school year, including the way students participate in extracurricular activities, like forensics (speech and debate). Students competing in forensics this year have been excited to still have the opportunity to compete, but have had to make a few adjustments along the way.