Our Lady of Lourdes


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Learning and Tradition

at Lourdes

At Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School, we build on the best traditions of teaching fostering a learning environment that nurtures each child to develop to their full God-given potential. 

Teachers collaborate between grade levels and across curriculum areas, designing instruction for both the whole class as well as small groups. Hands-on activities, student presentations, field trips, and guest speakers all provide meaningful and active learning experiences that promote understanding and critical thinking. 

Our community that feels like family embraces growth while carrying on our tradition of 60 years.

Junior Kindergarten

Preparing young minds to begin a life-long journey of learning. 

Elementary School

Fostering a love of learning and self discovery.

Middle School

Thriving in a culture focused on community and developing excellence.

“In this house, all must be friends, all must be loved, all must be held dear, all must be helpful.” ~ St. Teresa of Avila

All Are Welcome

At Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School, you can bring your whole self: your full identity, your questioning mind, your expansive heart. By creating a meaningful community that draws from many traditions, we foster greater peace, love, and understanding between each other. 

House System

Our unique House system builds relationships and community within our academic environment.

Faculty and team

Our faculty and staff truly make our school special. Meet our outstanding team of educators!


Paul Smith, ’00

Lourdes was a remarkable and formative place for me. The teachers were incredible in nurturing the gift of Faith and in providing solid foundations for a quality education. Loretta Beeman and Laura Hall were very inspiring to me. I recall thinking that I could have skipped many courses as a Freshman and Sophomore in high school with the education I received at Lourdes. I was taught to pray, to serve, to learn, and to imagine. Moreover, our graduating class of the year 2000 experienced a wave of newness that brought us together: a new Church building, a new school wing, and a new millennium. I remember the excitement around these changes. I am very grateful for the gift of a Catholic education at Our Lady of Lourdes. Praise the Lord.

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