• Lourdes Academy Tours, Shadowing & Events

    At Lourdes Academy, we’re committed to preparing students for their God-given potential by pairing our Christ-centered education with a curriculum built for high levels of academic achievement. But don’t just take our word for it; come see for yourself at an open house event or personal tour.

    While schools are closed due to Wisconsin's "safer at home" order we are unable able to conduct on-site tours. However, to receive additional information or to schedule a video conference call with any of our teachers or building principals, please complete the form below or contact our Enrollment Coordinator, Heather Thorson, at (920) 426-6421 or hthorson@lourdes.today


  • Why Lourdes Academy?

    100% of Lourdes Academy students graduate, with 96% going on to college. 

    5 WIAA Scholar Athletes in the past 7 years, more than any other school state wide during that time period. 

    7 hours a day, 5 days a week of faith-integrated education, preparing students for success and an ongoing relationship with God. 

    8% ranked in the top 8% nationally by Newsweek for high school STEM education. 

    497 college credits earned by the Class of 2019 while in high school, saving approximately $295,200 in college tuition. 

    Division 1 more current Divison 1 college athletes than the other 3 Oshkosh high schools combined. 


  • It's Story Time 

    Story Time Check out our Story Time Playlist on YouTube, and listen as Lourdes Academy early learning teachers read their favorite stories. More stories are added each week, so check back often!


  • Tuition Assistance

    We are dedicated to making Lourdes Academy available to all children, regardless of financial status. We offer a variety of financial assistance programs, including:

    • Wisconsin Parental Choice Program - eligible families can receive free tuition through graduation
    • Financial Aid - through the support of our generous donors we provided nearly $300,000 in aid to our families during the 2019-2020 school year.