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Class of 2023 Graduation Reflections

In my two years here, OMPH has become a second family. I hope I always remember the memories I made. - Chloe Strickler-Liles

During my time at OMPH, I have gained so many friendships that I will cherish forever, especially in 6th-8th grade. The teachers, staff, and priests helped me grow in my faith immensely, something that will stay with me for my whole life. - Christopher Baumler

When I started at OMPH in 6th grade, I was so happy to meet all my classmates and teachers. OMPH has prepared me for high school and to grow in my Catholic faith. My education at OMPH has helped me grow in many skills like math. If I had never come to OMPH, I would never have found my close group of friends. - Tatiana Rineer

During my eleven years at OMPH school, I have met many nice people and teachers. Through the years, I have expanded my knowledge of the Catholic faith, and I have learned what it’s like to be a good role model of Christ. I am thankful that I have gotten the opportunity to learn about the faith here and that I have met good people who have helped me get to the point where I am today. - Roman Clemson

My experience at OMPH has certainly been a roller coaster. In my short time here, I have made very good friends that I hope to keep in touch with after I graduate. I deeply appreciate the encouragement that I have received from my teachers. I’m excited to graduate but I will miss some of the people.- Jade Klein

Throughout my ten years at OMPH school, I have made a lot of friendships. I have also learned a lot of spiritual things that I wouldn't have learned in a public school. I am so glad that I have had the opportunity to learn about Jesus alongside my education. - Ellen Sakyiwaa-Yeboah

I'm so glad I got to attend here; going to school was a very big part of my life. This is where I found my best friends, Izabella Hummer and Tatiana Rineer. - Emma Drum

June 18- 8th Grade Reflections
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