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.
On May 2, 2016, our school celebrated May Crowing Liturgy and ceremony at the Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral-Basilica. Staff, Teachers, Students and Parents attend the liturgy.
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Our very own Audreana Pangelinan (12th grade) wins 1st place in the High School category for her original video presentation during the Island Sustainability conference.
Photos courtesy of Mrs. Joyce N. Sayama
We won 2nd place for the Green Dream Home High School Division Competition.
The five 11th Grade students had to design and create a sustainable model home that can be constructed with consideration of Guam's unique location and environment.
Pictured L-R: Marie Luces, Mariah Estira, Jenny Espina, Rubeah Jung, Jimin Jung and Mrs. Yvette Camisura (Chemistry Teacher)
In the Philippines, nearly a quarter of the population is hungry. Education is one way to end poverty. But, truly, how can a hungry child learn? We are doing something about it. Feed 25 is a social justice project designed and implemented by youth. We support the Ateneo de Manila University's Center of Educational Development (ACED) efforts to feed undernourished school children one class at a time.
For more info about Feed25, please visit their website at www.feed25.org.