SCHOOL HISTORY

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

The building that currently houses Our Lady of Victories School is primarily a masonry structure, with brick façade. It is located between the Church and the Rectory and is three stories high with a “footprint” of approximately 7100 square feet. The original school building, about 4600 square feet, was constructed in 1930. In 1960, an expansion of just under 2500 square feet was added. The school building is architecturally compatible with all of the other Parish buildings. It contributes significantly to the positive impression presented to all who pass by the Our Lady of Victories Parish complex, which borders on a heavily traveled County Road (i.e. Main Street, Sayreville).

Students in Grades Pre-K3 through 8th grade are educated at Our Lady of Victories. The third floor houses the Middle School as well as the Faculty Room, while the second floor is entirely classrooms. The first (ground level) floor accommodates the Principal’s Office, Pre-K3, Pre-K4, Music Room, Computer Lab, Science Lab, Nurse’s Office and Administrative offices. The interior hallways are covered throughout with students’ projects and artwork in addition to our Faith Community Tree Mural showcasing that our school is rooted in mercy.

The primary use of the school building is educating students during standard school hours throughout the school year. Related “after school” activities also take place as needed. In addition, during the regular school year, the building is used two afternoons and evenings each week for CCD classes. There are no arrangements for “third party” rental of space within this building.

 


36 Main Street, Sayreville, NJ 08872 | Phone: 732-254-1676
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