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    Welcome to Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic School in Vienna, VA, an elementary and middle school for children in Kindergarten through grade eight. The school has a long standing reputation for excellence in academics and a caring, family environment which facilitates learning and the child’s spiritual, social, emotional and physical growth.

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  • Class of 2015

    We thank our 8th graders, CLASS OF 2015, for their dedication and support, and wish them the best in their future endeavors.

    - BEST OF LUCK
  • Mr Weimer gets a hug

    "How happy you will be if, in the midst of the world, you keep Jesus Christ in your heart. Beg him to live and rule there eternally."

    - St. Francis de Sales
  • Recess fun jumping

    "We must love our friends, not withstanding their imperfections, but we must not love their imperfections."

    - St. Francis DeSales
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    "Live, Jesus, Live! So live in me that all I do be done with Thee, and grant that all I think and say may be Thy thoughts and words today."

    - St. Francis de Sales
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    "Do not be afraid! Jesus has given you the desire to be good. He will help you."

    - St. Francis de Sales
Friday 07/24

Parish Volunteer Mass & Reception

Church & DeSales Hall
7:30pm - 9:00pm
Sunday 07/26

New Kindergarten Play Date

Glyndon Park, Vienna
3:00pm - 4:30pm
Sunday 08/16

New Kindergarten Play Date

Glyndon Park, Vienna
3:00pm - 4:30pm
Monday 08/31

1st Day of School 8am - 3pm, ECAP for Grades 1-8 begins

Kindergarten attends 8-11:30am all week

Kindergarten Attends 8 - 11:30AM all week

Wednesday 09/02

Band Demonstration for Gr 4 (1:30) & Gr 5 (2:15)

Counsel Rm

Used Uniform Sale

Gym Lobby (enter through gym lobby only)
7:30am - 8:15am

Back To School Night - Gr 6-8

Gym
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Friday 09/04

Early Release at 11:30 am - No ECAP

Monday 09/07

Labor Day Holiday - No School

Tuesday 09/08

Kindergarten attends 8am - 1pm

Thru: 9/11/2015

School Resumes

Kindergarten attends 8AM -1PM all week
Wednesday 09/09

Back To School Night - Kindergarten - Gr 5

Gym
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Friday 09/11

Opening School Mass led by Rm 5

Church
8:30am - 9:30am
Monday 09/14

Kindergarten begins full days-ECAP begins for Kinderg

  • A Journey Not Yet Finished - PTO Essay Winner

    As a curious young child, I was always very mindful and aware of my surroundings. I would study the color of the trees in the fall, observe the unique snowflakes that fell onto the window in the winter, and listen to the singing birds in the spring. Now that I am older, it is much more difficult to spend the time to notice all of these little things that surround me; it feels as if I’m only skimming a book instead of taking in every detail.

  • Congratulations to our 8th Graders

    Our Eight Grade Class has brought honor to themselves, their families and our school throughout the year. We would especially like to congratulate them for their individual accomplishments.

  • Honorable Mention Awards to OLGC students

    Congratulations to Chloe M. (gr 8) & Abby S. (gr 7) for receiving Honorable Mention Awards for the 21st Annual Youth Apostles “Be Pro-Life Because …” Essay Contest. There were 253 entries from 10 Catholic schools in the Diocese of Arlington as well as a school in Pennsylvania. Congratulations girls! We are very proud of your accomplishments!

  • OLGC Class of 2013 & 2014 raise funds for Nativity Prep

    Great things happen when students & families care. Fr. Brian Zumbrum (aka Deacon Brian) spent a short 6 months at OLGC, but his impact on OLGC students was much greater. The Class of 2013 & 2014 missed him and wanted to help his new school Nativity Prep.

  • School of the Year & Outstanding School Energy Efficiency Project

    Congratulations! On behalf of the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project Board of Directors and staff, I congratulate you and your students on an outstanding energy education project: Wildcat Energy Project.

  • xSTEM 2015 Symposium for Middle School Students

    OLGC Students from 6th and 7th Grade, accompanied by Mrs. Briody traveled to Washington DC to join in on the STEM Symposium where they heard some incredible speakers discuss Science, Technology, Innovation, and hopes and plans for the future, as well as the need for young creative minds to enter the Engineering Fields.