The Academy of Our Lady of Guam, rooted in the unique charism of Catherine McAuley, foundress of the Sisters of Mercy, is an Archdiocesan secondary school. With a dedicated faculty and staff, the school promotes the holistic development of a diverse population of young women fostering academic excellence, responsible leadership, global awareness, social justice, and compassionate service for all in the tradition of the Catholic faith.
Sophomore Biology students work in the lab, under the supervision of their teacher, Rob Ade, prick their fingers and test their blood to find out their blood types.
This year's Songfest was a night filled with color, lights, song, dance, and camaraderie.
Fr. Paul Gofigan gives his homily during the Liturgy.
Marking the beginning of the Liturgical Season of Lent, the Academy of Our Lady of Guam joined the parishoners of Agana in Mass. Fr. Paul Gofigan spoke in his homily about ways to get closer to God during this Lenten season. He suggested praying "doorway prayers," where one would pray for someone or something every time they walked through a doorway.
Students also brought in a variety of goods including food and personal hygiene/cleaning products to donate to the Traveling Pantry. The Traveling Pantry was launched by the Mercy Action Marianas in efforts to provide for those in the community in need of assistance.
Seniors help load donated goods.
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Academy of Our Lady of Guam "Walking Nuns" make sure everything is ready before taking to the streets of Agana to help the homeless. L-R standing: Stephanie Lorenzo, Elthea Miguel, Kateri Santos, Anya Alvarez, Aprilyn Thighthen,Sister Dorothy, Joie Blas, Karen Baluyot, Blaize San Nicolas, and Tonya McDaniel. Kneeling: Ryleigh-Jeine Duenas
Since early this school year, Sister Dorothy Lettiere, RSM, and the AOLG members of the RSM (Responding to the Spirit of Mercy) Club, have taken to the streets of Agana to help those in need.
Senior students from the Academy of Our Lady of Guam recently won second place in the "Junior Achievement (JA) of Guam Company of the Year". The Collar Couture Team, sponsored by Triple J Enterprises, sold handcrafted bow ties to help benefit Guam Animals in Need (GAIN). GAIN noted that each bow tie purchased meant one-day's worth of food for a pet. Together, the students donated $500 to GAIN. Pictured left to right: Ariana Felisan (who received Third Place JA Marketing VP of the Year), Rubeah Jung (who received JA Finance VP of the Year), Kris Lujan (Triple J Corporate Sponsor Advisor), Jenna Jones (who received JA President of the Year), and Jesse Bordallo (who tied with Christine Joy Grino (not shown), a Junior at the Academy, for Third Place JA Production VP of the Year.) All four students will represent JA Guam at the Asia Pacific Company of the Year competition in Tokyo from February 19 to 24, 2017.