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School Profile

Our Lady of the Angels Primary is the new Catholic school serving the parish of Rouse Hill. It officially opened on February 1st,  2010 as a coeducational school, catering for 61 students from Kindergarten to Year 2.  There is a projection to grow to two streams from Kindergarten to Year 6 for up to 420 students over the next few years.

History of the School

The Our Lady of the Angels Parish, Rouse Hill, began in May 2007 under the leadership of Parish Priest, Fr Warren Edwards. His recognition of the need for a Catholic school to meet the needs of the community of young families in this growing area resulted in the initial registration of Our Lady of the Angels Primary School.

This school officially opened in February, 2010 for Kindergarten to Year 2, serving the Parish of Rouse Hill. This year, 2009, a foundation class of 19 kindergarten students attended the neighbouring school, Our Lady of the Rosary, Kellyville. These prospective students of the proposed new school  then transfered to the new site in 2010 as the first Year 1 class. In 2011, the school is catering for  students from Kindergarten to Year 4.

The opportunity to be involved in the development of a new school is as much a responsibility and challenge as it is an honour. Recognition goes to those who are taking up the challenge and join us on our journey as pioneers in the name of Catholic education.

School Logo and Motto

Our school logo consists of the image of Mary and an angel and our school motto, ‘Faith seeking understanding’. This stems from the knowledge that the members of our community are united in the same Catholic faith. It is our mission - as educators, parents, children, priest and parish - to grow into a deeper understanding of God’s saving plan for us as we live and learn together.

 

 
   
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