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Inspiring a Giving Spirit: Meet Mrs. Cheryl Karashin

OLSH Vice President for Advancement, Cheryl Karashin, has always had a passion for giving back and helping others. She loves her position in fundraising at OLSH because she is committed to making Catholic School accessible and affordable for everyone.

Inspired With a Passion for Teaching: Meet Mrs. Amy Turnbull

OLSH Spanish Teacher, Mrs. Amy Turnbull, is passionate about all aspects of her life from teaching, to family tradition, to her hobbies, to her strong Catholic faith. Since joining the OLSH family in 2010, Amy has loved forming relationships with the students and faculty here, finding joy through working at a place she is proud to call home.

Apply NOW for OLSH Financial Aid

The OLSH Financial Aid Program offers up to 75% of the cost of tuition to eligible families. Families must meet the application deadline to be considered for the full program - NEW families must apply by March 15, 2021 and RETURNING families must apply by March 30. Click Read Full Story to learn more and access the application via FACTS.

Inspiring Felician Tradition: Meet Sr. Francine Horos

Former OLSH Principal and current Math Department Chair, Sr. Francine Horos has been a part of the OLSH family since attending the school as a freshman in 1964. She loves her vocation as a Felician Sister and that she can continue to share her love of teaching with the OLSH students.

Inspiring Women in STEM: Meet Mrs. Patricia Krueger

Equipped with 16 years of professional STEM experience prior to becoming the OLSH Director of Technology in 2017, Patricia Kreuger has always been passionate about working with students. She is happy to have found a home in OLSH that allows her to make technology accessible for students and faculty alike.

Behind every mask is a smile: OLSH Love Walk for the Poor 2021

Thirty-one years ago, Sr. Louise Marie Olsofka organized the first Love Walk for the Poor.  The event is traditionally held on the Sunday closest to Valentine’s Day to show love and solidarity for the poor.  Due to an ice storm the night before the event was to be held this year, OLSH had to postpone the Love Walk to Sunday, February 28th.
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