School Announcements


  • 4th Grade Learns About Jamestown


    Every year 4th grade travels to Jamestown to make their social studies curriculum come alive. A few students recount their memories of the Jamestown history in this stop motion video made with the iMovie app. Click to see.

  • Learning is Fun

    La Ropa with 1st Grade


    Senora Williamson has lots of help from OLGC 1st graders to act out and illustrate Spanish vocabulary words, Click to see!

  • American Legion Essay Contest Winners

    Congratulations to our students who received awards from American Legion's Americanism Essay Contest.

  • Diocesan Science Fair

    Congratulations to our 7th graders that represented OLGC at the Diocesan Science Fair on April 8th. We had four Top Winners - Nadia G. received 1st place in Engineering/Technology, Kit S. received 2nd place in Physics, Will R. received 3rd place in Earth & Space, and Ella M. received honorable mention in Biochemistry.

  • First Annual STREAM Night - A Success!

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    OLGC hosted their first Family STREAM Night with rousing success. Approximately 175 people were in attendance. Last year OLGC had the winter art fair and a Family Energy Night, but this year we combined this into a wonderful showcase of items on display and hands on activities.

  • Maryknoll Essay Contest Winner!

    7th/8th Grade English Class

    Nationally, over 6000 students submitted essays to the Maryknoll Student Essay Contest, and we are proud to announce that Tobin D, an eighth grader, took third place.

  • OLGC School Rocks!

    OLGC School Prayer Partners

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    On February 15th, OLGC School prayer partners performed an activity all about kindness - Each prayer partner group inscribed phrases, jokes, short poems, and simple messages along with beautiful artwork on each rock. The rocks were randomly distributed throughout Vienna to spread cheer and kindness.

  • Terrific Pack for a Purpose Experience in Thailand

    Pack for Purpose Group

    It was a day that our family will not forget and, we hope, one that made a difference in the lives of these children. Thank you to Pack for a Purpose and to Ten for their roles in making this happen.