Our Lady of the Hamptons
Five students performed with the Long Island String Festival Orchestra: seventh-grader violinists Dylan Ameres, fifth-graders Mary Ann Ryan, Carline Henke and Francesco Tamma, and Kieran Ameres, a cellist.
The cheerleaders made their debut at a CYO basketball game, while the jazz team performed at half time of a CMSAA game.
In support of its health and fitness initiative, OLH will welcome Kerchel Anthony, noted hip-hop master, who will conduct a cardio workout, KERBOOMKA, at the school on Friday evening, January 24, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The public is welcome to attend.
The public is invited to participate in the events commemorating Catholic Schools’ Week at OLH.
An open house has been scheduled for Sunday, January 26, along with the Family Pancake Breakfast. A full breakfast will be offered from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., hosted by the OLH dads and the seventh grade class. Tickets are $8 per adult and $6 per child under 12.
The registration period for admission to Our Lady of the Hamptons Regional Catholic School is now open for inquiry, interviews and application leading toward admission for September 2014. Early applications are advised for the preschool, kindergarten and grade one through 5.
Looking ahead to the 2014-15 school year, OLH will see the completion of the new classroom extension to the Wellness Center that will house the expanded high school prep program for grades six through eight, as well as the upgrading of the technology program and continued showcasing of its fine arts program. High school prep study skills and expanded foreign language will be offered along with Regents programs in math and biology.
Consideration is being given to opening the OLH Preschool at the Southampton campus (if there is sufficient registration) in September 2014. The decision will be made prior to March 1. Prospective families are asked to call now for information.
For information about the school and events, call 283-9140 or visit www.olh.org.