Almost perfectly preserved since its inauguration, the campus at Our Lady of Lourdes Academy invokes nostalgia at every turn; but, rather than being a relic of the past, Our Lady of Lourdes Academy aims to be a beacon for the future.

Our Lady of Lourdes Academy broke ground on a two-story, 24,000 sq. foot, state-of-the-art classroom building, on Sept. 22, 2012.  The construction of the building was the second of four phases, estimated at $15 million total, intended to expand the school’s current facilities, further enabling the school to provide a high caliber education relevant to the demands of the twenty-first century. The building, which was completed in late May of 2013, houses 21 classrooms, a teacher planning area and legacy walk-way.

Subsequent phases, including the renovation of the office areas, a new chapel and gymnasium, were completed in June 2014.

The first phase, consisting of improvements to existing infrastructure, including sewer, drainage, a new loop road and parking, was completed in August of 2012.