Our Lady of Grace School Home


Enrollment for the 2023-2024 school year continues on a rolling basis provided there is space in the requested grade.
We seek families who are committed to their child's education within a faith-filled and close-knit community. We are graced with wonderful teachers and parents who work tirelessly for the good of each student.
Our motto, A Tradition of Academic Excellence, is a lived reality born out in our students who graduate from OLG to meet incredible success in the arts, business, medicine, and education. Very limited spaces are available in most grades.
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OLG Spreads Christmas Cheer to Sickly Children Featured Photo

OLG Spreads Christmas Cheer to Sickly Children

Our Christmas Toy Drive concluded today with a special presentation of the hundreds of gifts that our OLG school community donated for Providence Cedars-Sinai's pediatric ward. These gifts are shared with sickly children throughout the year who find themselves at the hospital to help bring up their spirits. We are grateful for our partnership with Providence Cedars-Sinai and are grateful to support their great work in the community!
Lions' Roar Newspaper Published Featured Photo

Lions' Roar Newspaper Published

The Lions' Roar (Volume 7, Issue 1) is ready for your paws! Our newspaper is a student run publication with support from our teacher-moderator, Mrs. Smith. Take a look at our Christmas installment to see the great things happening at OLG!
Spreading Christmas Cheer to OLG Seniors Featured Photo

Spreading Christmas Cheer to OLG Seniors

Our first grade class and OLG choir spread cheer and special gifts with our OLG Senior Citizens group each year at Christmas time. This year our students will sing songs and share camaraderie with our senior-friends on Tuesday, December 5. At OLG, our students know how to share and impact the lives of others just as Jesus does!
Blessing of Animals on October 4 on Feast of St. Francis Featured Photo

Blessing of Animals on October 4 on Feast of St. Francis

St. Francis of Assisi was a remarkable saint who had a deep love of the poor and of God’s creation. He had a profound connection with animals, in particular. Accounts report that he would speak to animals and that they would understand him. He believed that every living thing reflected God’s beauty and love in special and different ways. A tradition of blessing animals thus developed in the Church in honor of St. Francis of Assisi.

On Wednesday, October 4, we will celebrate the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, with a special assembly and blessing of animals at 8:30am! Parents and families are welcome to bring their animals for a special blessing during the morning assembly.

Please note the following important guidelines for the prayer service.

* Dogs must be kept on a leash and away from children at all times. Aggressive dogs should not attend.
* Cats must be kept in a crate or cat leash.
* Fish and other small animals are welcome and must be kept in their cages at all times even if “friendly.”
* All pets must be taken home after the assembly closes that morning.
* Plush animals and pictures of animals are welcome if your real pets are too busy!

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