Domestic Service Classes For OLFRS Students

Most people will agree with the opinion that public schools are currently overcrowded. All of us know that overcrowding creates a more difficult environment for a majority of students to learn in. This is why private schools like ours attempt to control their classroom size. We know that having smaller classrooms provides our students with a better education.

Not only does our private school attempt to control our classroom size, but we also attempt to include more different kinds of class than the typical classes that you will find in a majority of public schools.

In partnership with EESPB, we also offer different classes that areĀ Empowering kids Chicago. Our program is specifically for children to help them develop their etiquette, leadership, sportsmanship and social skills.

As a Christian school, along with our standard curriculum, we feel we have a mandate to serve others as well as teach our student to serve others within the community. For this reason, OLFRS now offers courses for domestic service jobs, including baby nurse positions, housekeeping, personal assistance, personal chef jobs, estate manager positions, and the entire range of domestic staffing agency positions and jobs.

As a Catholic school, of course, we also teach the entire Catholic religious classes curriculum. On the other hand, we also believe that you don’t necessarily need to be Catholic in order to benefit from our classes. For example, your child might enjoy our outstanding music facilities and modern art facilities. Literature, music, and drama are always a significant aspect of all Catholic school curriculums. In terms of teaching about different arts, here at OLFRS, we aren’t any different than our peers when teaching about those matters.

Elements of self-discipline are another thing that is different about private Catholic schools. Parochial schools always attempt to teach their students to take personal responsibility for their actions and to live up to the biblical and religious standard as a mandated and moral imperative. Even as it related to working after school in different fields, there is one question that we always teach our students to ask, which is, “what would Jesus do?”

Our goal is to provide an environment of academic excellence, with service to God, others, and community is at the very core of everything that we teach and do. We believe that is fundamental to the religious beliefs here at OLFRS and to the teachings of Jesus Christ.

Like with all Catholic schools, the concept of providing service to others is extremely important. We teach our students to consider the needs of others, and at times, even above their own needs. That is one of the reasons why we made the decision to teach our students how to work within a service industry like the Domestic staffing industry.

However, we realize that our school needs to have higher prices compared to the free price of public schools in order to provide our students with a superior education. To compensate for that, we offer qualified children various scholarships. Please feel free to apply to receive financial assistance at our financial assistance office for your children’s classes.

Scholarships have been created by several organizations that almost all deserving children can qualify for. The most common group offering those scholarships are our alumni organizations. Scholarships are funded by graduates and former students of OLFRS who want to give back to the school and assist students who need to have some help.

Our classes have been accredited and may be transferred to most U.S. universities and colleges. We strongly believe your children deserve to get an education of the highest quality – one that will provide them with an advantage in work and life over other individuals their age. Check out all of the available options that we provide so that your children can receive the education that they truly deserve – one that can help them become successful as young adults in the future who desire to serve and help.

If you are considering to enroll your children in Catholic school, consider a school that teaches children how to help others and is of service to them – whether the service is to the community, the church, or as a helper to others or working as a domestic servant. An individual who has the willingness to serve is a blessing to the entire world and pleasure for their community.