With a 125-year history, O'Hara Catholic School provides an exemplary program for children from across Lane County, Oregon. Students from Pre-School through 8th Grade receive an exceptional education in a nurturing and loving environment. Graduates leave O'Hara with a strong foundation of knowledge, faith, and a way of interacting in the world with confidence and compassion.
With small classrooms, averaging 25 students per room, each child receives individual attention. Pre-School and Pre-K Classrooms have 20 students each. There are two homerooms per grade, allowing teachers to collaborate on lessons, strategies and resources creating the best education possible in every classroom for every student. The academic program at O'Hara incorporates higher levels of thinking and advanced classroom technology, providing our students a stimulating curriculum that fosters a lifelong love of learning.
O'Hara Catholic School is so much more than a school. It is a unified, faith-filled community working together to support one another, and especially our children. There is no way to measure the value of an education deeply rooted in faith and values. An O'Hara education truly provides the foundation for high school, life, and beyond.
Events & Fundraisers
O'Hara's New Gymnasium
Submit your ad for the 2014-15 School Directory! CLICK HERE
October 17, 2014
Check out our Jog-A-Thon Website!
Come to our Dickie Jo's & Dickie Yo's Fundraiser on Friday, September 17th!
Make sure to take the fundraiser flyer with you!
O'Hara's Speak Life Campaign!
Watch the Music Video
O'Hara in the News
Today's Catholic Teacher - Jan/Feb 2014
Catholic Sentinel - December 30, 2013
Pinwheels for Peace, KEZI News - September 21, 2012
Talking Art Museum - March 20, 2012
Catholic Sentinel - September 14, 2011
Students Are Saints for A Day - June 12, 2011, Catholic Sentinel
"So faith, hope, love remain, these three; but the greatest of these is love." 1 Corinthians 13:13Our Gospel Theme Song for 2014-15 is: Proof of your Love by For King and CountryClick below to watch the music video:
Current Cardinal Call Newsletter Highlights: September 29, 2014