Category: Students

Cribs Without Borders

By Isabella Chavez ’21 My story began back in late 2016, I wanted to start making a difference in this world of ours. When I was 14 years old, I had the idea of helping less fortunate families by providing their newborns with a safe sleeping environment. With the support of my family and friends, I… Read more »

Mock Trial Brings Home the Silver

By Ms. Ilene Nagem ’70 OLP’s Mock Trial Team completed the San Diego County competition for this year on Saturday, February 23, 2019, at the Superior Courthouse in downtown San Diego. After four rounds of competition from February 6 – 23, it was announced that OLP was in first place and would advance to the… Read more »

Summer College Camps

College Camps: May 27 – 31 (Morning Session): SOLD OUT! May 27 – 31, 2019 (Afternoon Session): SOLD OUT! June 3 – 7, 2019 (Morning Session): SOLD OUT! June 3 – 7, 2019 (Afternoon Session): SOLD OUT! June 10 – 14, 2019 (Morning Session): SOLD OUT! June 10 – 14, 2019 (Afternoon Session): SOLD OUT!

Summer Courses

General Information Registration for Summer School is now closed. To learn more about Summer School attendance and registration policies, please refer to the Summer School 2019 Parent-Student Handbook below. The schedule of Summer School courses is also listed in the handbook. Course details, including the name of the instructor and classroom location, will be included on… Read more »

A Day of Infinite Love

By Shawn Hanley Love has been describes as, “an intense feeling of deep affection.” In other words, “love is what one feels. … Love should be seen not as a feeling but as an enacted emotion. To love is to feel and act lovingly.” AP Psychology students are studying how the human brain processes emotions… Read more »

AP Psychology Students are Braniacs!

By Shawn Hanley Did you know that your brain weighs only about three pounds, but uses 20% of your body’s energy! There is a lot to know about the brain and AP Psychology students are currently studying the structures and functions of the human brain that set us apart from the rest of the animal… Read more »

The Elementary Institute of Science Launching a New Program Called Girls Take Flight!

The Elementary Institute of Science is launching a new program called Girls Take Flight that will teach high school girls about drones, their various uses, and associated career opportunities. They are offering an information session about the program at 5:30 pm on Tuesday, February 27 and would like to extend an invitation to 10th and 11th grade girls at Our… Read more »

Lenten Action for Dreamers

Lenten Action for Dreamers As you know, Congress has been attempting to address the issue of the dreamers during the past week and has failed to pass meaningful legislation. Within a matter of days, these young people who grew up in our parishes and attended our schools will be facing grave legal jeopardy. A failure… Read more »

STEM Students Visit Qualcomm

  STEM Students Visit Qualcomm   On Wednesday January 24, a group of 23 students taking advanced STEM courses headed to Qualcomm headquarters for an exciting field trip. The students were treated to a light breakfast, and then they were whisked off to tour Qualcomm’s on-site Museum and IT Department. The museum tour provided students… Read more »