Congratulations to Grace Fisher for taking her passion of Ice Hockey to the college level at the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Great OLGC Grads -- Prepared for Life
Alumni News and Testimonials to Amy Schlanger.
Chris and Mary Desmarais (Class of 2002) are dedicated to helping students with intellectual disabilities thrive. They interrupt one another and finish each other's sentences. They laugh easily and cry every now and then. Chris and Mary Desmarais have the unmistakable dynamic of a strong mother-daughter relationship — one built on a common passion for special education and, most importantly, their Catholic faith.
Congratulations to Megan Seibel who was recognized as the America's Farmers Farm Mom of the Year for the southeast region in 2015.
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.
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.
Video Testimonial from Corinne, OLGC School Alumna
Video Testimonial from Christian, OLGC School Alumnus
If I had the opportunity to take Pope Francis out to dinner, there is no doubt where we would go. It is a special place, casually known as KHS. They do not take reservations, yet there are often long lines waiting for the chance to be there. KHS, you see, is not the monogram of a famous chef or celebrity. KHS stands for the Katherine Hanley Shelter.
I graduated from OLGC in June in 2014, and I am now attending Paul VI Catholic High School as a freshman. The transition was challenging at first because I was used to the friendly atmosphere of OLGC and how things worked there, and I didn't want to leave that behind. However, I soon became comfortable in my new home at Paul VI because of how well OLGC prepared me for the years to follow eighth grade.
Video Testimonial from Grace, OLGC School Alumna