About the Teacher

Christine Zarsky has been an integral part of the OLC school family since 1996. She received her bachelor degrees in Elementary Education and Psychology from Felician College in New Jersey. 


Christine is the Dean of Students. She continues to mentor new teachers and is proud to serve as the eighth grade coordinator for high school admissions.


Christine received her Bereavement Facilitators certificate.  This now enables her to give grief support to our students and their families.


She wears many hats here at OLC.  Christine has taught PK4, 1st grade, Library and Religion to 4th - 8th grade.  


Christine was chosen as the Middle States Coordinator for both our Accreditations and continues to serve as a team member for MSA-CESS and evaluates other schools that are going through the same process. 


Along with other colleagues, Christine serves on the Intervention team at OLC. 


She is the Safe Environment Coordinator and Facilitator for the OLC School and works in conjunction with the Archdiocese of Newark. 


She is honored to be part of the OLC school and cherishes the special memories she has created with the families and students she has taught. Christine can proudly say… OLC is the place to be!!





High School Expos

The Office of the Superintendent of Schools invites all interested families to learn about our Catholic high schools by attending a High School Expo. The events are scheduled for 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. on the dates below:


  • Tuesday, 9/14 at St. Joseph the Carpenter School:  140 East 3rd Avenue, Roselle, NJ 07203
  • Tuesday, 9/21 at Visitation Academy in Paramus: 222 Farview Avenue, Paramus, NJ 07652
  • Wednesday, 9/22 at St. Peter’s Prep in Jersey City: 144 Grand Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302
  • Thursday, 9/23 at St. Michael School in Newark: 27 Crittenden Street, Newark, NJ 07104


Masks will be required at all locations. For additional event information and a list of the schools attending on each night, please visit: www.catholicschoolsnj.org/hs-expo

Notre Dame School of Manhattan visited our 7th and 8th grade girls today.  Some OLC Alumni who are seniors came to share their experiences as well.