About OLOM

Our Lady of Mercy School Principal Allyson LaBorde

A Letter from Our Principal

Welcome to Our Lady of Mercy School! I am thrilled to extend a warm welcome to all our returning families and extend a special greeting to those who are visiting our website for the first time. It is with great enthusiasm that I write to you as the proud Principal of Our Lady of Mercy School.

At Our Lady of Mercy School, we are committed to providing a nurturing and engaging learning environment that empowers students to discover their full potential. Our dedicated team of educators is passionate about fostering a love for learning, and we are dedicated to ensuring that each child receives an education that is both enriching and fulfilling.

This website serves as a valuable resource for our school community. Here, you will find essential information about school policies, upcoming events, and much “need to know information” about our school. We encourage you to explore the various sections of the website to learn more and stay informed on campus information.

Our Lady of Mercy Catholic School lays the groundwork for a life centered on prayer, knowledge, and service. With a deep-rooted history of collaboration between the parish and school, we opened our doors in September 1953, initially welcoming 174 students in grades one through four. Today, we take pride in serving a diverse range of students from 3-year-olds to eighth graders, totaling an enrollment of 990.

Despite our growth over the years, our unwavering commitment to providing a strong Catholic education remains constant. As active partners in your child’s educational journey, we highly value transparent communication and collaborative efforts. Our dedicated teachers and staff are committed to supporting both you and your child, ensuring a meaningful and enriching learning experience.

Together, we look forward to fostering an environment where every student can thrive academically and personally, ensuring that their educational journey is both enriching and fulfilling.

Allyson LaBorde