High School Placement

We prepare our students to thrive in high school

In addition to preparing our students academically and socially for an excellent high school experience, we work with them to identify the best fit for them beyond Our Lady’s Academy.  We work with them to prepare for admissions and placement tests, to complete applications and personal essays and our staff provide references and recommendations.  Area high schools often seek out our graduates, and many of them visit our campus to provide information and answer questions from our students.  Our alumni go on to shine at many area high schools, whether they be private or public, single-sex or coed, Catholic or not.  Some of the schools that have recently accepted our students include:



Arlington Catholic High School

Minuteman Technical High School

Austin Preparatory School

Newton Country Day School of the Sacred Heart

Belmont Hill School

Thayer Academy

Belmont High School

The Rivers School

Boston College High School

St. Sebastian’s School

The Cambridge School of Weston

Ursuline Academy

Catholic Memorial

Waltham High School

Lexington Christian High School

Watertown High School

Lexington High School

Xavarian Brothers High School




Select an image below to see what some of our recent grads have to say about how Our Lady’s prepared them for high school and beyond…


The teachers at OLA really got to know me and helped me to succeed.

Caroline O, Class of '19

Newton Country Day School Class of '23

Santa Clara Univ Class of '27

OLA encouraged me to pursue knowledge further beyond the classroom.

Jiajun "Peter" C, OLA '19

Thayer Academy '23

Harvard University '27

The teachers helped me become independent and assisted me in setting and achieving new goals. The academics also helped me transition into the highschool work load.

Miranda C. Class of '22

Cambridge School of Weston '26

To learn more about how our Guidance Counselor can help families and navigate the sometimes confusing process of selecting and applying to a great high school, click here.