WE DREAM......WE BELIEVE!...OUR LADY OF THE HAMPTONS REGIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOL

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now...
more than ever...olh!

now...
more than ever...olh!

About OLH

The Mission

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MISSION STATEMENT:
-Conscious of the uniqueness and importance of each individual child to God, to self and to society:
            -Convinced of the need of our Church and our world to develop mature, educated Christians;     
                  -Committed to the belief that an individual's potential is his or her greatest asset;
We, the administration and faculty of Our Lady of the Hamptons Regional Catholic School, fully dedicate ourselves
to utilize our personal and professional gifts and talents for the total education of our students so that
they may become aware of their place in the future as Christians and citizens of this country and the Kingdom of God.



OLH on CATHOLIC FAITH NETWORK

Who We Are

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OUR LADY OF THE HAMPTONS REGIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOL is a unique community of students, teachers and parents.
The school, located on the South Fork of Eastern Long Island, is a fully accredited elementary school for young people
in grades Kindergarten through the Eighth Grade and, as such, is a part of the New York State Education Department  and the Diocese of Rockville Centre. 

   A fully licensed pre-school program for three and four year olds operates  at St. Rosalie's Parish Center in Hampton Bays.

The school is administered by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Brentwood, and staffed by a fully accredited faculty of religious
and lay teachers.
       In an attempt to create a family spirit, the interaction of all family members is encouraged through service,  socials, special events and family-oriented activities

Link to Class web pages WWW.OLHAMPTONS.ORG

Our Parishes

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A CATHOLIC  SCHOOL, 

Our Lady of the Hamptons is attended and supported by three parishes: 

SACRED HEARTS OF
JESUS AND MARY (Southampton), 

OUR LADY OF POLAND (Southampton), 

and ST. ROSALIE'S(Hampton Bays).
The union of these three parishes  established the regional school in 1982 and named it

 OUR LADY OF THE HAMPTONS.


In 2011, the region expanded to include families from Most Holy Trinity (East Hampton), 

St. Andrew (Sag Harbor),
St. Therese of Lisieux (Montauk), 

Queen of the Most Holy Rosary (Bridgehampton) and Our Lady of the Isle (Shelter Island).



LIVING OUR FAITH AT OLH

How We Have Grown

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Since its regionalization in 1981, Our Lady of the Hamptons Regional Catholic School has continually sought to provide academic excellence within the context of strong Catholic values and practices, a visible parent community and a clear vision for the future.

During the past years, we have tailored our physical facilities and programs to meet the new standards of the State of New York and the goals already applauded by the United States Department of Education.
The faculty, parents and students are now challenged once again to build on the strong foundation of faith, hope and love that has made Catholic education on the East End so visible.


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Modern Facilities

Vision, foresight and the building of parish and community partnerships have made possible the constant updating of the main building on North Main Street in Southampton.

   The current  building houses traditional classrooms, a library-media center, technology lab, two dedicated Science labs, art room, music room, dance studio, gymnasium with elevated track, updated auditorium, preparation and presentation rooms and a newly constructed outdoor playground.




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Extensive Extracurriculars

A full range of integrated activities complement the academics at OLH, with chief emphasis on the Fine Arts and athletics. 

    The broad scope of artistic  activities...from violin and guitar, band, three leveled choruses,  bell choir  to ballet, tap, jazz., rock band, drama and graphic art result in  life skills as well as full scale musical productions at Christmas and in the spring.

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  1. Registration  2019-20