alumniWhen your child graduates from Our Lady of Hope, they are ready to be academically successful and spiritually prepared individuals in high school. The young men and women they have become is a testament to their parents, their faith, and the academically-rigorous, nurturing, and joyful learning environment that has prepared them for their endeavors.  In their formation, great care has been taken to mold not only their gifts and talents but also “who” they are, ensuring they have a strong Catholic foundation in our modern world.  It’s wonderful seeing our alumni come back to

visit us again and again to share their latest news.



100% of our alumni have graduated high school.


From Our Lady of Hope they have gone onto  programs that include:

  • Paul VI High School
  • Bishop O’Connell High School
  • St. John’s College High School
  • St. Timothy’s School
  • Loudoun Academy of Science
  • Thomas Jefferson High School for Science & Technology


85% of college-aged alumni have graduated from a college or university.



Past graduates from Our Lady of Hope School have been accepted at the following colleges and universities:

  • Virginia Tech
  • Yale University
  • University of Notre Dame
  • College of William & Mary
  • James Madison University
  • St. Vincent College
  • University of Alabama
  • Pennsylvania State University
  • Mount Saint Mary’s University
  • Florida State University
  • George Mason University
  • Catholic University of America
  • Mary Washington University
  • Franciscan University of Steubenville
  • Villanova University
  • University of Maryland
  • University of Virginia
  • Syracuse University
  • Christopher Newport University
  • Campbell University
  • Virginia Commonwealth University

If you are an alumna or alumnus, we want to hear from you! Share your college choices, your successes, and latest accomplishments! Our alumni frequently come back to visit teachers and share in the Church and School Communities.

Crusaders are always welcome and enjoy coming back “home!”


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