Academy of Our Lady of Guam

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Academy of Our Lady of Guam
Address
233 Archbishop Felixberto C. Flores Street
Hagåtña, Guam 96910
Coordinates 13°28′23″N 144°45′11″E / 13.47306°N 144.75306°E / 13.47306; 144.75306Coordinates: 13°28′23″N 144°45′11″E / 13.47306°N 144.75306°E / 13.47306; 144.75306
Information
Type Private, Religious high school
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Patron saint(s) Our Lady of Camarin
Established 1949
Founder Bishop Apollinaris William Baumgartner
School district Central
President Sister Francis Jerome Cruz, RSM
Dean Ms. Lourdes Babauta (Ms.B)
Principal Mrs. Mary A. T. Meeks
Grades 9-12
Gender Female
Enrollment 400
Athletics conference Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam (IIAAG)
Mascot Cougars
Website

Academy of Our Lady of Guam (AOLG) is an all-girls Catholic high school located at 233 Archbishop Felixberto C. Flores Street in Hagåtña, Guam, United States.[1] AOLG, Guam's sole all-girls high school, has an average yearly enrollment of 400 students.[2]

In 2004 it was awarded the highest medal of recognition from the Archdiocese of Agaña. The school is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

The school has several clubs and organizations: Student Council, National Honor Society, Model United Nations, Mock Trial, and National Forensics League.

History[edit]

Bishop Appolinaris William Baumgartner, OFM Cap. and Sister lnez Underwood, RSM established the Academy of Our Lady of Guam on September 8, 1949.[2]

Presidents and Principals[edit]

  1. Sr. Mary Inez Underwood, RSM (1949–1953)
  2. Sr. Mary Roberta Taitano, RSM (1953–?)
  3. Sr. Mary Mark Martinez, RSM (?–1965–1966)
  4. Sr. Evelyn Muna, RSM (1966–1967)
  5. Sr. Marie Pierre Martinez, RSM (1967–1968–?)
  6. Sr. Francis Jerome Cruz, RSM (?–1973–1974–?)
  7. Sr. Mary Helene Torres, RSM (?–1982–1984
  8. Sr. Mary Angela Perez, RSM (1984–1990)
  9. Sr. Francis Jerome Cruz, RSM (1990–2004)
  10. Mary A. Terlaje Meeks '69 (2004–present)

Presidents

  1. Sr. Francis Jerome Cruz, RSM (2004–present)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-01-01. Retrieved 2008-09-08. 
  2. ^ a b "Brief History of AOLG Archived May 2, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.." Academy of Our Lady of Guam. Retrieved on October 25, 2010.

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