Our Lady of Perpetual Help School’s new debate team hosted and participated in their first NextGen Debate League Tournament on February 9. OLPH students Avery Crousillac, Isabella Reed, and Jillian Brown placed third against teams from five other Coachella Valley schools: Desert Christian Academy, Indio Middle School, Bobby Duke Academy, Desert Ridge Academy, and John Glenn Middle School.

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On February 12th, Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Riverside hosted their annual Diocesan Spelling Bee. There were ten contestants from various schools in the Diocese. Their efforts and dedication were clearly shown throughout the contest. After 23 exciting rounds, seventh grader Sophia Bernabe, who attends St. George School in Ontario, placed first. The runner-up was Ellison Tolentino, a sixth grader from St. Edward School in Corona. Congratulations to all the participants! 

By Sarah Colella

 Catholic education fosters an incredible sense of community and nurtures the understanding of and commitment to community service. Our Catholic schools provide not only an excellent educational curriculum, but the Christ-centered teaching also cultivates a whole person approach with an emphasis on Catholic values. 

 My husband, David, and I were educated in the Catholic schools of the Diocese of San Bernardino. He attended Holy Rosary Academy and then Saint Thomas Aquinas High School; I attended Our Lady of the Assumption School and then Saint Thomas Aquinas High School. The education we received has been paramount to our success.

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By Andraea Regalado-Cardenas

 St. George Parish School is a radiant gem in Ontario. Miracles happen here every day. When our eldest son, Andres, started junior kindergarten at St. George, he ignited the third generation to attend Catholic school in our family. 

 When our youngest son, Christopher, was diagnosed with autism, we were convinced he would not be able to attend St. George with his brother. However, our principal at the time, Peter Horton, invited us to register Chris. From that day forward, amazing achievements have happened every day because of the love, hope, support, and prayer that fill our community of St. George Parish School. 

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csf_logo In the words of Saint John Chrysostom, “There is no greater work than to form the minds and hearts of the young.”

Catholic schools are committed to both a religious and academic mission. In a world where values are progressively more and more secular and humanistic,

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