Prospective Parents


At Our Lady of Bethlehem School and Childcare (OLB), your child can achieve more with a Catholic education. Small class sizes, dedicated teachers and a thriving environment will help make your child’s future successful!

Our Mission and Beliefs

In the tradition of the Sisters of the Poor Child Jesus, Our Lady of Bethlehem is a comprehensive Catholic school and childcare whose mission is to provide exceptional faith formation and early education in a safe, nurturing community to each student and family it serves.

In each aspect of a student’s education and development, Our Lady of Bethlehem continues to advance in curriculum and assessment and provides comparative excellence in education and staff.  Along with flexible childcare, Our Lady of Bethlehem’s offering focuses on children from ages six weeks through Kindergarten, and maintains a high teacher-to-child ratio.

Our Lady of Bethlehem is dedicated to student success and preparedness. In work with the Office of Catholic Schools and The Diocese of Columbus, our goal is to prepare students in society as disciples of Christ and to educate the whole child through challenging academics and activities from infancy through Kindergarten through life.

We believe that each child is unique and created in God’s image. All students can learn and reach their potential. Our every action affects these outcomes. Our Lady of Bethlehem is the optimum learning environment for children ages birth through five. Catholic schools are the primary way the Church lives and spreads the Gospel.

 

Other helpful links:

Open House and Prospective Family Events

Open Enrollment

Visit Us and Register

Our History

Testimonials

Choosing Your School

A Letter from Our Family to Yours

FAQ

 

Our Lady of Bethlehem School and Childcare (OLB) has 77 students enrolled in our Infant and Toddler program through Kindergarten as of October 31, 2020. OLB does not discriminate against students or their families on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities made available to students at the school.