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As an accredited Catholic, premier special education school of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Our Lady of Confidence mission is to facilitate the complete development of the students with intellectual disabilities to their fullest potential, spiritually, intellectually, mentally, physically, and emotionally.

Our Lady of Confidence Day School
Giving Hope to Special Needs Children

“Our daughter Alana has been a student of Our Lady of Confidence (OLC) for the last eight years. It is a wonderful Catholic School and they truly care about the children and parents. We have had a great experience with all the teachers and families. As a special needs parent there are so many decisions to make and so many things you are faced with. When we found OLC we knew we had one less thing to worry about. Whether they are learning to read or write, money skills, cooking, or other functional skills, it is so important for the kids to learn independence. That is what you want as a special needs parent. The school is helping our daughter to be independent and it is amazing to see how much she has grown over the years. Through the Catholic Charities Appeal the school can help offset tuition and provide additional curriculum and therapies that would not normally be readily available. Alana receives occupational therapy, speech therapy, music therapy and sees a physical therapist – all at school. Any donations to the Catholic Charities Appeal are helping the children in the Schools of Special Education succeed. They are doing God’s work here at Our Lady of Confidence. Any support they receive would be incredibly beneficial.”

– Patty and Frank Walsh

As an accredited Catholic, premier special education school of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Our Lady of Confidence mission is to facilitate the complete development of the students with intellectual disabilities to their fullest potential, spiritually, intellectually, mentally, physically, and emotionally.

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