Excellence In Academic Quality

  •  Smartboards, I-pads, and desktop computers are available for use by teachers and students.
  • Students often receive recognition for speaking and essay contests.
  • Modified work is given as needed.
  • High School teachers and personnel often say they can “pick out” the students who came from OLS when speaking of their knowledge and behavior in the classrooms.
  • OLS requires a higher grading scale than the local public school which better prepares them for transition to high school.
  • A small student-teacher ratio that allows more individualized attention throughout the school day.