Our Lady of Fatima School is a Catholic school of the Diocese of Pittsburgh. Our school’s mission, philosophy and vision are rooted in the teachings of Jesus and the Roman Catholic Church. Jesus Christ is ever-present in all our classes and instruction; the model for our faculty and staff, and the inspiration and hope for our students. We serve children in many school districts; including and not limited to Hopewell, Aliquippa, Beaver, Central Valley, South Side, Ambridge, Quaker Valley, Freedom, Montour, Moon, Midland, and West Allegheny.
What's Going On . . .
- Mrs Cindy Baldrige, Principal
- Mrs. Conti, Secretary
- Mrs. Dewhirst, Preschool Teacher
- Ms. Haney, Kindergarten Teacher
- Mrs. Specht, First Grade Teacher
- Miss. Pulcini, Second Grade Teacher
- Mrs. Catanzarite, Third Grade Teacher
- Mrs. MacMurdo, Fourth Grade Teacher
- Mrs. Shields, Fifth Grade Teacher
- Mr. Filipelli, Sixth Grade Teacher
- Mrs. Martin, Seventh Grade Teacher
- Miss. Dickie, Eighth Grade Teacher
- Mr. Valvo, Health and Physical Education Teacher
- Mrs. LeFebvre, Music Teacher
- 2017 2018, Teacher assignments coming shortly
Falcon Shout Out!
Congratulations to our Varsity Soccer Team – Co-Section Champs!!
Kristian Biega, daughter of Mark and Diane Biega, is a graduate of Our Lady of Fatima grade school and a member of St. Titus parish in Aliquippa. Kristian is a member of the Track and Field Team and National Honor Society. She has been a member of the cast for the school’s plays and musicals and has earned many academic and service awards. She is also a tutor for the OLSH Writing and Learning Center and a Student Ambassador. In addition, Kristian serves her parish as an altar server and Vacation Bible School teacher. In the fall, Kristian will attend Mercyhurst University.
- Congratulations to all our graduating alumni! Our students are all headed off to secondary education, and more than half with some type of scholarship offer!
- Congratulations to our Mathcounts team for winning 3rd place in the Beaver County Math League Competition.