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Student/Parent Information

Background

Our Lady Of Fatima School is in Monroe, LA.  It is a coed, Roman Catholic school that serves grades PK, K-8.  The school belongs to the National Catholic Educational Association.  In 2010, Our Lady Of Fatima School had 6 students for every 1 full-time equivalent teacher. It has been rated 4 out of 5 stars by greatschools.org. Our Lady of Fatima, an educational ministry of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church, provides to a diverse student population, the academic and moral foundations for an exceptional, life-long education in a safe, caring, Christian environment. Our Lady of Fatima School, an integral part of Our Lady of Fatima Parish, considers it our responsibility to provide a comprehensive education for the whole child as partners with the parents, who are the primary educators of their children. This education encompasses the spiritual, religious, the intellectual, the social, and the physical aspects of the person which will enable him/her to grow in Christ's life and to learn to become responsible to God, to himself/herself, and to others.

"I think OLF is a fantastic start for a child's development and academic career.  Not only does it engage and stimulate a youngster's active imagination, it also gives him a strong spiritual foundation upon which he can base his beliefs and choices for the future."                      
—Submitted by a parent

"OLF is a wonderful, racially-diverse school which not only teaches Christian principles but also teaches love and acceptance of others, as well as develops self-esteem and creativity.  My daughter attended OLF and my husband and I were very pleased."                       
—Submitted by a parent

"OLF is a great school. I have been here at Fatima for 9 years now and loving it. I love how all the teachers helped and encouraged me to do better. Fatima is challenging, but are really helpful and make learning fun. They definitely know how to prepare you for the future!"                       
—Submitted by a student

 Here's a link to a survey from the Children's Coalition Link to survey