2016 OLMC Giving Tree Program

Please visit the Giving Tree in the school office to support the faculty and students of OLMC. Thank you for your support.


Mercy Unites Us
Sep 30 6:30p

Please join us for the first in a series of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parent Summit Nights – Bridging faith in the classroom with faith in the home!


First Friday - 12:30pm Dismissal
Oct 7

Oct 7 8:00a

This month’s topic will be the lunch program. Craig Pierson of Falcon Catering will be present, and Home & School will provide coffee and sweet treats to those in attendance.

OLMC Preschool

One of the largest preschools in the Diocese

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Food for Thought

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Why choose a Catholic education?

Selecting a school for your children is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent. Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic School believes in providing a holistic Catholic Christian environment that serves the soul, mind and body of each student we serve. OLMC strives to foster an environment that promotes Faith & Tradition, Citizenship, Knowledge, Service, and Opportunities for all students through the implementation of the school’s Student Learning Expectations (SLE’s). Our goal is to prepare each student who graduates from OLMC to be:

A Faith Follower who:

  • demonstrates knowledge of Catholic teachings and traditions
  • is an active participant in a community of faith
  • gives to those in need
  • develops a morality based on Catholic values

A Responsible Citizen who:

  • knows and uses the Discipline With Purpose skills
  • explores concepts, ideas, and issues that have significance in the student’s life
  • shows respect for authority
  • demonstrates school and civic responsibility
  • expresses patriotism
  • models positive sportsmanship and team building behaviors

An Effective Communicator who:

  • applies listening skills
  • uses oral and written language effectively
  • demonstrates a foundation for communicating in a second language
  • exhibits creativity and talents through self-expression

A Critical Thinker and Problem Solver who:

  • anticipates and assesses problems
  • applies complex problem solving and critical thinking to real life scenarios
  • integrates information learned across the curriculum
  • demonstrates the use of cognitive organizers

A Quality Producer who:

  • works both independently and cooperatively
  • uses technology skillfully and effectively
  • identifies, organizes and accomplishes realistic goals

If you and your child are interested in learning more about our school, please call us at 480-967-5567 to schedule a campus tour or “shadow” day where your child can participate in the classroom activities for a day.