About Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School

Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School was established in 1953 by the Sisters of Notre Dame. The first principal was Sister Theodore and Father O’Sullivan was the first Pastor. During its sixty year history, the school has expanded from Pre-K3 through 8th grade. The school has a fully functional gymnasium, cafetorium, and a private playground. There is also Internet access. The school is fully accredited by TEA and the TCCED.


Based on the teaching mission of Jesus, Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School is committed to providing a quality education, nurturing Christian values in each student, and fostering Catholic community and service.


We aspire to Nurture Souls and Challenge Minds.


In a collaborative effort with parents and community, Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School is dedicated to forming an active lifetime learner who embraces Christian values and ethics.


The curriculum is developed by the Catholic School Office and meets the National Core Curriculum Standards that lead to academic excellence. The school is divided into Elementary and Upper Elementary. The early childhood grades focus on socialization and developing literacy and fluency, The upper grades are departmentalized and are focused on preparing students for high school and beyond. We also offer Music, Art, and Physical Education to all students. All students receive instruction in Religion and attend Mass on Wednesday mornings.