Service

The reason for the existence of Our Lady of Grace Catholic Academy is to offer the parents and their children a Catholic school, a school where our Catholic beliefs and morals give direction to every part of what happens in the educational program. Our core belief is that Christ is the reason for this school.  He is the unseen but ever present teacher.  Christ is the model of our faculty and the inspiration of our students.  Our Lady of Grace Catholic Academy is an extension of the work of the Church to spread the teachings of our faith, so Christ is in the center of all we do.

Consistent with the mission of our parishes, our school strives to spiritually form your child by helping them…

To know Christ: through formal religious instruction as well as through the integration of our faith dimension into each and every academic subject area and extra-curricular activity.

To love Christ: through participation in the sacramental life of the Church, including school Masses every Thursday, as well as through the constant guidance of the Holy Spirit among us.

To bring others to Christ: through our witness as well as in answering the call to serve and help those in need within our community and abroad.

2009-2010 Service Projects Completed

Kids Against Hunger- the Our Lady of Grace students raised enough money to make over 1800 meals for children who are starving around the world.

Haiti Week- the Our Lady of Grace students raised close to $1000.00 for families in Haiti who were affected by the devastating earthquake in the Spring.

Warren Towers- A local food bank was in desperate need of food items.  The Our Lady of Grace students brought in enough non-perishable items to fill the once barren shelves of the food bank.

Parish Functions- the Our Lady of Grace Junior High students volunteered their time to serve at most parish functions.

River Bend Food Bank- the Our Lady of Grace students volunteer their time to help the regional food bank with stocking shelves every Friday after school starting in the fall and extending into the spring.

Student Hunger Drive- the Our Lady of Grace students support Alleman High School in its participation in the local food drive.  Over the years, our students have contributed thousands of pounds of food.

Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll Drive- In partnership with the Knights of Columbus, our 8th grade students volunteer many hours to help with this cause.