News & Events
On Saturday, June 1st, we celebrated the 70 members of the OLG Class of 2019! We are proud of them and know that they will excel as they move on to high school! Also, check out a poem by 8th grader Alanna reflecting on her time at OLG School!
As a way to welcome you to Our Lady of Grace Catholic School, and to give the incoming Kindergartners and students and chance to make new friends, we have three summer park play dates planned for your families. All playdates are casual- you are welcome to come for any part of the playdate. Light snacks will be provided!
Don't spend summer days shopping for school supplies! You can order everything your student needs online.
Please join us for the 31st annual OLG Carnival on Friday, April 26th. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. There will be games, food, candy, prizes (lots of prizes), a DJ, and even a special room for parents and alumni to get away and recharge with a chair massage.
Please Join us for the OLG Family Service Fair
Monday, April 22nd 9am-11am in the OLG Gymnasium
Stop by to participate in fun, simple hands-on projects that inspire compassion and generosity!
Congratulations to OLG graduate, Jim Burke ('72), for taking home the best picture at the 2019 Academy Awards! Jim was a producer on Best Picture winner, Green Book!
Join us for the first-ever OLG “I Love to Read" Read-a-Thon!
February 25th-March 7th, 2019
The 2019 OLG Men’s Club Gala was a huge success thanks to your support and generosity. The $75,000 Fund the Need goal was exceeded by $15,000 and an additional $110,000 was raised from the community-wide Silent Auction. These funds will allow the Men’s Club to move forward in partnership with the School and Parish on an upgrade of the OLG network infrastructure and to provide new Smart Boards for middle school classrooms and Parish ministry/Faith Formation rooms.
Please join us on February 21st at 6:30pm and hear from Dr. Jules Nolan as she talks about everyday parenting decisions: Our most important job as a parent is to keep our relationships with our children strong and close. Without this kind of a relationship, we lose influence as our children grow up. Parenting choices that we make in stressful moments might deal with the current problem, but what do these same choices mean for the future of our relationships with our kids? This session focuses on everyday parenting decisions that we make and how they may impact our relationships as well as alternative strategies that promote closeness throughout our children's development. RSVP HERE