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Academics at Lourdes


K-8 Educational Program Highlights

Our Lady of Lourdes provides a comprehensive educational program designed to challenge and support students at all levels, resulting in a seamless transition from Preschool through 8th grade. Expect rigorous academics and high standards. Our highly qualified teachers don't just teach, they also engage in ongoing professional learning to be able to meet most students' learning needs. Though Professional Learning Communities, or PLC's, weekly staff meetings, collaboration with teachers from neighboring schools, conferences, and staff-wide trainings, teachers regularly share expertise and work collaboratively to develop strategies for improving the academic performance of all students.  

Grade schoolers learn in class

Catholic Values

Our Lady of Lourdes provides personal, social, and spiritual guidance within a Christian community. From this rich experience, it is our goal that each child will develop a life-long relationship with Jesus Christ that will lead to participation in a faith community throughout his or her lifetime.

Parent Involvement

Our Lady of Lourdes invites parents to become actively involved in working with school personnel to maximize their child’s educational opportunities. In order to best serve the students, a fundamental goal of the staff is to develop and maintain cooperative relationships with parents, the first and primary teachers of their children.

Academic Standards:

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Our Lady of Lourdes meets and exceeds all Washington  State Educational Standards. See Washington / Archdiocese of Seattle education standards

Read the Archdiocese of Seattle statement on Meeting and Exceeding the Common Core.

  • Religion
  • Language Arts
  • Mathematics 
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Spanish
  • Library
  • Music
  • Health 
  • Physical Education
  • Technology
  • Study Skills
more Opportunities:
  • Middle School Electives
  • Art Literacy
  • Leadership
  • Community Service
  • Extra Curricular
  • Athletics

Middle schoolers take notes