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Our Lady of the Lake Catholic School Home
Our Lady of the Lake Catholic School is a welcoming and inclusive community committed to a tradition of excellence by Nurturing Hearts, Inspiring Minds and Igniting Spirits.
Come join our community of Lakers! At OLL, our mission is to nurture hearts, inspire minds, and ignite the spirits of all our students. Contact our director of enrollment, Deven McCoy, at firstname.lastname@example.org, for information on how to apply for 2021-2022.
OLL is looking for a part-time janitor to assist our current custodial team with cleaning and sanitizing our facilities. For more information, contact principal Daniel P. Mullen at email@example.com or call 206-525-9980.
As a way to honor her late father, Jim Walsh, Barbara Martin made a generous donation to OLL's Laker Scholarship Fund, which supports school families in need particularly during this time of the pandemic. The $15,000 donation was made in memory of her father, who believed strongly in Catholic education. The gift will provide tuition assistance to those experiencing financial challenges due to job loss, reduction, or health situations resulting from the virus. "This memorial gift will ensure that Mr. Walsh's belief in Catholic education will carry forward in a new generation," said Daniel P. Mullen, principal at OLL. "All of us at OLL appreciate the generosity and meaning behind this gift. Thanks to the generosity of his daughter, Mr. Walsh's legacy will now encompass making a powerful impact on OLL students and families in the months and years to come."
Today, OLL received a $50,000 donation from the Knights of Columbus (Council No. 676) to support tuition assistance for students whose families are experiencing financial hardship, particularly due to the coronavirus pandemic. The donation was made in honor of all the OLL parishioners who have served within the Knights of Columbus. "The gift of Catholic education is one that lasts a lifetime," said Daniel P. Mullen, principal at OLL. "With this generous support from the Knights of Columbus, we will be able to say 'Yes' to more families facing the most difficult circumstances in their lives. We're tremendously grateful. It will be a lifeline of support for our Laker families now and in future years. "