Our Lady of Good Counsel School is licensed to operate a Morning and After School Care Program which is licensed by the State of Hawaii. The program provides a safe place for our students who need adult supervision after school hours. Students enrolled in the program are also enhanced socially, emotionally, and physically as they interact with peers from other grade levels.
We acknowledge the hardship that working parents face with child care. Morning Care begins at 6am and is offered for an additional fee. The preschool tuition includes morning care
The school also recognizes that our students have many talents that need to be discovered and/or guided. With volunteers and dedicated staff members, we have several programs that are offered to students.
Extra Curricular Classes
Catholic School League:
Students in grades 4 – 8 are invited to try out for basketball, volleyball, and track events. Our student-athletes are instilled with the values of sportsmanship, school spirit, and a positive attitude that is reflected in their play and support for each other.
Students in grades 4 – 8 meet during their lunch recess to challenge each other in chess. Tournaments are held during the school year.
Girls of grades 2-8 learn spirit, poise, and coordination in this cheerleading sport.
Students of all levels explore theater and build confidence, communication, self-control, and expression.
Students explore the Korean language and culture.
Students practice proper skill and methods of singing.
Bricks for Kids:
This building blocks program is periodically offered after school through our partner, Bricks 4 Kids.
Students in grades 4 – 8 are invited to try out for the percussion group. Selected students practice during their recess break and share their talent during our weekly school Mass.
Robotics/ Keiki Engineering Team:
This exciting opportunity is being developed in the 2018-2019 school year. Visit us again for more information once the school year begins.
There are two forms of student government at OLGC: the Student Council and the OHANA Council. The groups are comprised of students from grades 7 and 8 and they take charge of organizing activities for the school that are both for fun and service.
Student Patrol Officers:
OLGC Safety Patrol members are school-sponsored student volunteers from grades 4-8. As school leaders, they assist at car pick up traffic by helping keep their fellow peers safe. They also have the honor of raising and lowering of the Hawaii state flag and U.S. flag.
Swimming lessons are periodically offered after school through our partner, Leahi Swim School. Students are dropped off and picked up at school and information is sent home to parents during open enrollment periods.