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Our Lady Queen of Angels Catholic School opened its doors to 140 students on September 21, 1964, to assist Catholic parents in the total education of their children. Grades one through four were members of the charter enrollment. Reverend Monsignor William Ralph Harvey, the founding pastor, worked closely with the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondolet in staffing the school. Kindergarten was added to the school in September 1983. The new wing which houses maker space, science lab, music/art, extended day, kindergarten, a library, and school offices was opened in October 1991. The old school offices were refurbished and now comprise a counselor's office and dedicated learning centers for both Lower School and Junior High. A transitional kindergarten was added in 2019 and the Athletics and Activities Center opened in the spring of 2022. The school currently serves TK through eighth grade and has a capacity of 470 students with 464 students enrolled.