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Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Mission Grammar School
Archdiocese of Boston
Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Mission Grammar School in the Archdiocese of Boston, is an urban, college prep Catholic school dedicated to reaching individual excellence in a faith-based community rooted in Gospel values. Mission Grammar was founded in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston in 1889. The strength of OLPH is in the community. Families, administration, faculty, staff and scholars work in partnership to accomplish and strengthen academic and social success.


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Opportunity Knocks—Make the Most of It

As educators, students and their families take a much-needed summer break, there is a great to deal to think about as teachers, principals and superintendents evaluate the lessons learned from this past year and begin to prepare for a coming, more "normal" school year ahead.

 Operational Vitality and Back to School

The 2021 - 2022 school year is now the present, rather than a future reality. Will Catholic school educators settle effortlessly into the everyday physical presence of students?

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