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OLP Parent Portal: Resources for Current Families

Since its founding in 1882, the Academy of Our Lady of Peace has been faithfully serving families from over 82 different zip codes in San Diego County and Baja California.

Inspired by the charism of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, students at OLP are challenged to become academic, social and spiritual leaders of the CSJ mission. We ensure that women find their voice and are given the skills to compete at all levels—regardless of what their career and aspirations might be.

We believe that parents are the primary educators of their children, and work to provide opportunities for parents to actively take part in their daughter's academic, social and spiritual experiences. To that end, we greatly encourage active parent and family involvement. 

There are many ways to take part in your daughter's OLP experience. On this Parent Homepage, you'll find quick links to announcements, publications, services, ways to get involved and strategies to help ensure academic success.

PowerSchool Schoology

My Mealtime FACTS Account

Curriculum Guide SCOIR

OLP Student-Parent Handbook 2023-2024

Senior Yearbook Ads - Due January 19, 2024

Prayers for Peace: Conflict in Israel and Gaza

COVID-19 Guidelines


Parents are required to notify the school if their child has tested positive for COVID-19. Parents should email [email protected]. In the email, be sure to include the following:

  • symptoms your daughter is currently exhibiting,
  • the date your daughter began exhibiting symptoms,
  • the date your daughter was last on campus,
  • and the date your student tested COVID-19 positive

OLP will work with your daughter's Assistant Principal and Counselor to notify her teachers in order to provide access to her classes via Zoom. Please review the OLP Synchronous Virtual Viewing policy in our 2023-2024 Student-Parent Handbook (Appendix, Page 78).

According to the SDCOE COVID-19 Decision Tree, return to school guidance, students having tested positive for COVID-19, may return to school on the 6th day after the onset of symptoms and a COVID-19 positive test. The student must also meet all of the following criteria:

  • Must feel well,
  • Symptoms must be improving.
  • The student has been free of fever without the use of fever -reducing medications for at least 24 hours,
  • Per SDCOE guidance, students should wear a mask on Days 6-10. Students may remove their mask sooner than Day 10 with two sequential negative tests one day apart. 

Should your student have any challenges accessing the teacher's Zoom room, please reach out to their Teacher, Assistant Principal or her Counselor. 


As we strive to continuously improve the safety and efficiency for students commuting to and from school, we are excited to announce the introduction of a new carpool software that will help you find other Pilot families to carpool with. CarpoolWorld allows you to look for a carpool ride, as well as offer a space in your vehicle to take additional riders. Once you create an account, you will see other OLP families who live nearby and who you may wish to connect with. The system will allow you to include as little or as much information as you wish, such as sports or other extra-curricular activities your daughter may participate in which have an impact on her schedule.

Getting started is easy! To create an account, visit:
Enter the Personal Invitation code of aolp1882 (you will only need to enter this code once)

Please note that if you are one of the first families to register, you will not see a lot of rides or other users. As more families sign up, those who live near you will be displayed. So we encourage you to keep checking your account for the first couple of weeks of the launch of this platform. You will also be able to modify your search to include a larger radius from your home. 

Please know that neither Carpoolworld support nor AOLP is able to arrange specific carpools for you. The service however facilitates introductions among OLP families. Once you find the right match, you are responsible for working out details between your family and your match.

For account support, please contact

The Academy of Our Lady of Peace understands the investment families make when choosing to enroll their daughter to an outstanding Catholic, college preparatory institution, and is committed to supporting them financially in many different ways. In an effort to promote access for students coming from all socioeconomic backgrounds, OLP provides need based tuition assistance to qualifying families.

  • Families are required to submit a complete FAST application through this link. The deadline for applications and 2022 tax returns to be submitted is January 15, 2024.
  • Completed applications submitted by January 15, 2024 will be given first priority for consideration for tuition assistance awards. If there are funds remaining, late and/or incomplete applications will be considered once all required documentation is received.
  • Applications must be submitted with a complete 2022 tax package in order to be considered. A complete 2022 tax package includes: all W-2s and/or 1099s, K-1s if applicable, federal return, state return, and all schedules (i.e. Schedule A, B, C, D, etc). Taxes must be signed or documentation of e-file must be submitted with the taxes.

The deadline for applications and 2022 tax returns to be submitted is January 15, 2024.

Please note: 

  1. OLP highly suggests scanning and uploading tax returns to FAST. Mailing your tax return to FAST will delay your application by 10-14 days while FAST reviews and uploads it to your application. This delay will hold up review of your application by the tuition assistance committee.
  2. Incomplete applications will be considered late even if they are submitted by the deadline. 
  3. Academy of Our Lady of Peace school-specific application questions must be answered. If the questions are not answered, the application will be considered incomplete.
  4. Financial awards are determined by the relative financial need of each applicant, the size of the applicant pool and the amount of available funds.
  5. Students receiving tuition assistance are required to maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher.
  6. Families are required to re-apply annually for tuition assistance. In addition, families experiencing a sudden change of life circumstances which necessitate financial support, are encouraged to reach out to the Finance Office as soon as possible.
  7. The FAST application will cost families $53 per application

For questions regarding tuition assistance please email [email protected]

Schedule a meeting with your counselor by clicking on their personal Calendly Link listed below their name. 

Jacquie Wilson
Grades 9-12
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Jill Hicke
Grades 9-12
Student Last 
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Anita Heveron
Grades 9-12
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Elsi Hildebrand
Grades 9-12
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Arielle Lugn
Grades 9 - 12
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Appearance Code
Students are expected to demonstrate good taste and modesty in their appearance, as appropriate to an educational environment. Guidelines for both uniform and non-uniform dress are listed below. All clothing must be modest and appropriate for school wear. Students found to be in violation of the dress and grooming code will receive an infraction and/or be sent home to change. This applies to uniform dress as well as non-uniform dress.

Uniform Overview
Dennis Uniform Company is the Academy of Our Lady of Peace’s exclusive uniform supplier. Dennis Uniforms, formerly known as Mills, has served the country’s leading schools since 1947 and is committed to delivering exceptional products and service to our families. All uniform dress should be purchased directly from them. OLP-approved Spirit wear items, purchased from the on-campus or online store, may also be worn on non-formal uniform days.

Uniforms are available for purchase online through the Dennis-OLP webstore. Our school code is M10125.

Dennis Uniforms - OLP Online Store

Uniform Code:

  • Skirts: Only the Mills gray, the Mills navy blue plaid box-pleated skirt, or Mills navy blue skirt may be worn. The hem of the skirt must fall at the top of the knee or below. Skirts must sit on waists and be buttoned and zipped at all times.
  • Shorts: Only the navy blue or khaki Mills walking shorts may be worn. The length of the shorts follows the same length guidelines as those for skirts.
  • Pants: Only the Mills navy blue or Mills khaki pants may be worn.
  • Blouses and Polo Shirts: The all-white, tailored uniform blouse may be long or short-sleeved, but it must have a button-down front and a collar. The Mills long or short-sleeved white, navy blue, or gray polo shirt all with the OLP insignia and/or logo may be worn. Turtlenecks may be worn under the blouse or polo shirt and must match the color of the outer blouse/ polo shirt. On formal uniform days, one’s blouses/polo shirts must be tucked in.
  • Sweaters & Blazers: The navy blue Mills sweater with the OLP insignia (pull-over or cardigan), the sleeveless sweater vest, or the blue blazer with the OLP insignia is required for formal uniform days. The gray Mills cable cardigan is an optional sweater that can be worn on non-formal uniform days.
  • Sweatshirts: Only the OLP Athletic Department sweatshirts, the Mills OLP sweatshirt, or OLP-approved spirit wear items may be worn. Sweatshirts may only be worn on non-formal uniform days.
  • Jackets: The Mills navy blue, thermopac jacket, windbreaker, the previously purchased Mills navy blue wool jacket, or the OLP athletic/cheer jacket may be worn as outerwear and in the classrooms. The school-issued team uniform jacket may be worn during the team’s season of play. Non-uniform jackets, sweaters, and sweatshirts may not be worn in the classrooms and halls during the day.
  • Shoes: Any all-black shoe, including all black tennis shoes, that has a soft sole, soft heel, a back or back strap, and cut below the ankle bone may be worn. Heels and soles on shoes can be no higher than one inch measured at any point. Only white soles, white shoelaces, and white accents on tennis shoes are permitted.
  • Socks & Tights: Students are allowed to wear navy blue or black tights or leggings underneath their skirts. Only solid, nonpatterned white, navy blue, grey, or black socks may be worn with the uniform.
  • Rain Gear: In the event of rain, rain boots and raincoats may be worn as part of the school uniform on days in which the weather report predicts rain during the hours of 6 am – 6 pm. No color limitations are associated with the rain boots. This uniform exception is limited exclusively to rain boots with rubber soles. Please keep in mind that this does not include riding boots, military combat boots, or boots with heels. On rainy days only, students may wear water-resistant raincoats and water-resistant boots. Flannel jackets, ponchos, other jackets, or non-OLP sweatshirts are not allowed.

*Any item of apparel not included on the list above is not part of the uniform and may not be worn as part of the uniform.

OLP reserves the right to confiscate any items or possessions a student may bring to school which violate the school dress code or rules. Said items or possessions will be returned to the student at the end of the school day or to the parent at the discretion of the Administration.

10.2 Formal Assemblies/Liturgies
For formal assemblies and/or liturgies, students must be in complete formal uniform. Students must wear a Mills issued white blouse or OLP polo shirt with a blue long-sleeve sweater/cardigan, blue sweater vest or blue blazer with the OLP logo, and either the uniform pants or a gray, blue or plaid skirt. The white blouse or OLP polo shirt must be tucked into the skirt. No school sweatshirts or letterman jackets may be worn. The formal uniform must be worn for the entire day of the Formal Assembly/Liturgy.

10.3 Non-Uniform Dress
On special occasions, including the day designated to celebrate their birthdays, students are allowed to wear OLP Spirit dress, consisting of jeans and an OLP t-shirt and sweatshirt/jacket. Such attire should be in keeping with the academic nature of the classroom and should reflect good taste and appropriateness to a school setting. Spirit dress must meet the following standards and failure to do so could result in disciplinary action:

  • Approved pants for spirit dress includes full length or calf length jeans free from tears, cuts, and holes. OLP Uniform bottoms are also acceptable.
  • An OLP sponsored t-shirt (club shirts, sport shirts, etc) or an OLP polo are acceptable for spirit dress tops. T-shirts acquired through winning athletic or other contests through an OLP team or activity are also approved on spirit dress days.
  • OLP sponsored jackets and sweatshirts may be worn on spirit dress days, along with any sweatshirts or jackets acquired through winning athletic contests or other contests through an OLP team or activity.
  • Shirts must be long enough to cover midriff.
  • Shirts must cover shoulders (no spaghetti, strapless, or halter tops).
  • Shoes must have a back and be close-toed. Heels larger than 2 inches are not permitted.
  • Shorts are not appropriate on spirit dress days.

Any item of clothing or accessories bearing initials, names, symbols, or advertisements representing any organization that contrasts the mission of OLP or references and/or promotes drug or alcohol use is not considered appropriate school wear.

10.4 Additional Uniform Guidelines

  • Hair must be neat, clean, and combed, of a shade that approximates each girl’s natural hair color and may only be one shade throughout. Shaved hair is not allowed.
  • Make-up, hairstyles, and jewelry are to be moderate and in good taste.
  • Pierced jewelry may be worn only on the earlobes. Only one piercing per ear is permitted.
  • Tattoos and inappropriate nail or lip color are not allowed.
  • Spirit wear collarless T-shirts may only be worn on Fridays.

The school reserves the right at all times to determine whether or not a student is appropriately dressed and groomed.

Senior Celebrations 
A school tradition, seniors are granted special uniform privileges in celebration of their final year of attendance at the Academy. Beginning the first day of senior year, the senior class students may wear the following on non-formal uniform days: 

  • White Tennis Shoes
  • College Sweatshirts on Wednesdays
  • A Senior Sweatshirt

Tuition Payment Information

  • All families must be registered through the school’s designated third-party tuition management company: FACTS.
  • All tuition, registration, cheer, athletic participation fees and transportation fees must be paid through FACTS.
  • The annual FACTS enrollment fee is $20.00 for annual and semi-annual payers and $46.00 for monthly payers. This fee will be charged to your FACTS account with your first payment.
  • Families have the option to choose payment dates of the 5th or the 20th of the month at the time of enrollment in FACTS.

Please contact Ms. Kerry Tarlov at [email protected] or (619) 725-9137 if you have any questions about payment of your daughter’s tuition.


If you’d like to update your contact information, please contact the Registrar, Nelson Kim

Special News & Announcements

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Schoolwide Communications


Get Involved

Parents in Prayer meets on Tuesdays at 8:00 am in the OLP Chapel. All parents, guardians, and grandparents are welcome to join us. Parents in Prayer is a group of school parents who meet weekly to pray for the needs of the Academy of Our Lady of Peace. All parents, grandparents and alumnae are invited to attend (children are also welcome).

We pray the Rosary in both English and Spanish. You are welcome to join in or meditate in silence as we pray the five decades – each dedicated to a special intention. Most importantly, we pray with Our Blessed Mother, asking her intercession and protection for us and those for whom we pray.

Contact [email protected]


Join the Pilot Parents Group on Schoology to stay in touch and Connected!

  • Any parent/guardian of a currently enrolled OLP student may be a member of Pilot Parents. There is no cost to be involved with Pilot Parents.There is no volunteer requirement for Pilot Parents.
  • Pilot Parent meetings take place from 6:00 - 7:00 pm at OLP. Meeting schedules may vary to account for holidays and other no-school days. A Zoom link will be made available for parents who prefer to attend virtually. 
  • The one hour meetings provide updates about special projects, campus activities and educational resources to parents. Guest speakers include OLP faculty and staff as well as expert speakers on important issues. In addition to discussing school activities and opportunities for engagement, the monthly meetings offer a great opportunity for parents to meet one another and socialize.
  • In addition to volunteering, Pilot Parents supports OLP through a variety of fundraising efforts. Please consider supporting with a sponsorship for one of our signature events or by making a gift to the Carondelet Annual Fund or one of our scholarship funds. 

If you have any questions about Pilot Parents, please contact Brandy Ann Sato, Assistant Head of School ([email protected]) or Stephanie Avery, Executive Assistant to the Assistant Head of School ([email protected]).