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Academy Participates UOG Chemistry Titration Competition

The Academy of Our Lady of Guam participated in the University of Guam Chemistry Titration Competition, held during Charter Day, March 10, 2015.  Under the guidance of their Chemistry Teacher, Yvette Camisura, Jing Wang was awarded 2nd place for Laboratory Skills.  Other participants were Anika Bushra, Janna Malig-On and Dolores Herrera.  Great Job to all participants!

(Pictured L-R) Yvette Camisura, AOLG Chemistry Teacher, Jing Wang, Dolores Herrera, Janna Malig-On and Anika Bushra

The Academy of Our Lady Girls Scouts Club

The Academy of Our Lady Girls Scouts Club, Troop #487 enthusiastically donated two benches and five clocks to their school as an expression of their gratitude towards the school for supporting its first Girl Scout troop. The troop chose to purchase clocks and benches to adorn the various areas around the campus to enhance the waiting area in front of the cafeteria.  Thank You Girls Scout Club #487 for your giving generosity!

Academy Embraces New Academic School Year!


Good Morning and Welcome Acadamians! A Breakfast was held to welcome the new students and Freshmen after a weeklong of activities and settling into their new classrooms.                  AOLG Fashion Police! Too short,  too long, wrong color socks, etc. Students were assembled for a fashion show of what to wear and what not to wear. 

 Bendicion! A Mass of the Holy Spirit kicked off the new school year well attended by parents, students and faculty. Excitement was in the air with the first bell ringing. The 415 students embraced the adventure of a new chapter in their lives as they began the school year.

This year proves to be even more special as this year’s students become a part of Academy’s history as the school celebrates its 65th Anniversary – Cherish, Celebrate and Embrace. With a full week of activities, meet and greet, ice-breakers, fashion show, freshmen/new students breakfast, the first week was filled with adventure as once again a new school year begins and the Academy’s mission of fostering young women in academic excellence, responsible leadership, global awareness, social justice and compassionate service, rooted in the unique charisma of Catherine McAuley, foundress of the Sisters of Mercy is underway.

Faculty, Staff and Teachers posed for a group photo after assembly.

A spiritual enrichment for teachers to ready prepare to empower its students this new school year-- On August 7, 2014, At the Carmelite Retreat Center, the Academy of Our Lady, Faculty and Staff, opened their retreat with the theme, “ Faculty Prayer and a Praying Faculty”  Facilitated by Sr. Cabrini Taitano, RSM… Concluding the retreat with a Eucharistic Celebration by Fr. Tom McGrath, School Chaplin.
“Happy 65th Birthday Academy of Our Lady of Guam”, cheered loudly by Sr. Francis Jerome, President, as she welcomed all students by class. Guiding the girls in her message to embrace The Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit, of Wisdom, Understanding, Knowledge, Wonder & Awe, Reverence, Right Judgment and Courage, as their guiding tools for a successful school year. In closing with spirited encouragement, she exclaimed -- “We’ve come a long way, we need to show the strength of our school – the strength of Academy”, to which drew an outburst of applause from the students who were all excited and aflame to begin the new school year! Have a Blessed School Year, Acadamians!

AOLG 2014 Junior Ring Ceremony

The Academy of Our Lady of Guam Class of 2015, donned with pink, orange, and yellow Gerbera daisies, ended their penultimate school year with a Mass of Thanksgiving and the annual Junior Ring Ceremony on May 23, 2014 in the Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral-Basilica. The class rings were blessed by Father Michael Jucutan and presented to the Class of 2015 by the school’s president, Sister Francis Jerome Cruz, RSM, (AOLG President) and Mrs. Mary Meeks (AOLG Principal).

Ring Ceremony 2014

The Junior Ring Ceremony has been a long-standing tradition of the Academy. According to Lourdes Babauta, Dean of Admissions at the Academy, “Traditions play an important roll in forming how one perceives oneself and the community to which one belongs.” The Junior Ring Ceremony symbolizes a rite of passage for the Class of 2015 – a passage that begins their senior journey, the last stretch of high school. “The class ring is a symbol of commitment,” says Babauta. “It represents the covenant between the school and the students.”

Read more: AOLG 2014 Junior Ring Ceremony



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