Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Schedule
Today:7th Grade Universal Visitation Day
Thu:D Day Bell #1
Fri:E Day Bell #1
Sat:7th Grade Practice Scholarship Test 9am-Noon
Sun:Welcome Middle States Visiting Team
Mon:F Day Bell #5
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What LF Students are Saying

 

It is easy to fall in love with Little Flower. I fell in love with the spirit, tradition, and acceptance that is prevalent at our school.  Every day is a new adventure and a chance to challenge myself to accomplish my goals.  I have truly blossomed at Little Flower.

 Maria Formoso ‘15

 

Since the first day of school, I knew that I made the right decision choosing Little Flower.
This school, my second home, has such a prominent role in my life.  The school spirit is overwhelming; it is evident that the girls here really love their school.  I will never forget Spirit Day, the chance drives, and other fun assemblies we had this year.  Little Flower has such a strong sisterhood throughout the school. 
I have met girls here that are my closest friends. Freshman year for me has been the most fun, exciting, and memorable experience all because of Little Flower!

 Theresa Pearce  ‘16

 

Little Flower has been to me a home away from home.  It has enabled me to be myself, and given me the resources to become who I want to be.  Here I feel it is OK to make a mistake, or speak up if I do not understand what I am learning in class; I don't feel embarrassed.  Even on my worst day, being at Little Flower still makes me smile, because I know I am in an environment where I will not be judged, or made fun of for the things that I do.  Little Flower has given me a second family; I now have hundreds of sisters who are always there for me.  Coming to Little Flower was the best decision I have ever made. 

 

Amanda McMonagle   ‘14
 

Throughout my two years at Little Flower, this school has become my second home.
I have established a special kind of relationship with everyone here.  It is not just a school, but a welcoming, loving community.  LF allows me, and everyone here, to be ourselves and create relationships that will last a lifetime.

Jessica Seiple   ‘15

Little Flower is the place where I know I can be myself and feel accepted by all.  This place I call home has helped shape me into the woman I am today.  Little Flower has shown me that volunteering and doing nice things for others in my own little way, really does make a difference.  I know that if I am having a bad day once I step foot in the school, my worries are forgotten. The spirit and tradition that exists here makes every day an enjoyable one. Through the guidance of Saint Therese, I know that I will have the right skills and teachings to lead a good, virtuous life, even after my time at Little Flower.  Ultimately, Little Flower has given me an impeccable education, and the people I met here will forever stay in my heart.


Claudia Espinoza, ‘15
 

Little Flower is a special place that allows young girls to grow into bright and beautiful women. 
Aside from being a school, LF is a warm and welcoming environment that allows us to be ourselves.  I visualize our school to be a garden, with resources to help us bloom into the Little Flowers we are called to be.  It is a great honor to say that I am a part of, and represent something so amazing.  LF is the gift that has been given to me, and I could not be happier to pass it on to future generations, and give them the experience that I am so fortunate to have.  Throughout my past three years here, I have learned that the Little Flower experience is a true honor and a blessing.

                                                                                                       Gianna Hall  ’14 (SGA President)
 

The first thing that comes to mind when I think of Little Flower is my home away from home.  I never knew something could make someone so happy each and every day, but when I am in school I am doing nothing but smiling.  Little Flower is the one place where no one will judge you, so you are free to always be yourself.  When adults told me high school flew by I never believed them, but now that I am a junior, I am really just wondering where the time went.  I would do anything to still have my four years of high school, just because I never want to leave home.

Emily Shellenberger   ‘15