In response to the current situation the world is in regarding COVID-19, and following the direction of our local health professionals and county leaders, OLP closed our campus in mid-March. But this didn’t mean that learning and operations halted. Because of early planning and preparation, the school was able to seamlessly transition all 750 students and 80-plus faculty and staff members to virtual learning and work.
OLP plans to open our campus for students in August. In preparation, we are establishing two tasks forces. Learn more about these groups and our plans.
View an archive of communications sent to our community surrounding the coronavirus and what is happening on the OLP campus.
Learn more about our seamless transition to providing a high-quality education to our students in a virtual environment.
View our best answers to common questions about the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts on our campus.
“Providing stability and continuity of learning for our students are our main priorities during this difficult time. Once we made the decision to close campus for the safety of our community, we immediately were ready to launch our online learning platform, which has been a tremendous success. Beyond just the delivery of instruction, we have intentionally woven into each day opportunities for community building with all 850 of us! I never thought it would be possible virtually until we were forced to do it. We are one giant virtual Brady Bunch.”
Dr. Lauren Lek
Head of School
Connecting from a Distance
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We were blessed to have @we_mcdonald sing at our Class of 2020 Graduation Ceremony last week. #Repost @we_mcdonald with @make_repost ・・・ This was originally performed for @academyofourladyofpeace 2020 graduation! I’m so happy that they loved it! I would love to share this with the rest of my 2020 graduates! CONGRATULATIONS? YOU DID IT! I hope you guys fly somewhere over the ?☺️ #co2020 #classof2020