Admissions

Entering Our Lady Of Malibu School

 

 

Welcome!

 

Welcome to Our Lady of Malibu School Admissions.  We are happy you have decided to take a closer look at our community.  Our Lady of Malibu School is in its 60th year of providing an outstanding education, with a challenging curriculum offering foreign language, technology, art, music, STEM and enrichment programs.

 

Our Lady of Malibu School’s curriculum has proven to be very successful.  Our graduates have had a 100% acceptance rate to college preparatory schools, including Louisville

High School, Crespi Carmelite High School, Marlborough School, Marymount High School, Chaminade College Preparatory High School, St. Monica Catholic High School, Notre Dame Academy, Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks, Loyola High School, Oaks Christian

School, Viewpoint School, La Reina High School, Sierra Canyon School, and Harvard/Westlake School.  Our Lady of Malibu School graduates were awarded

The Rev. Charles R. Gagan S.J. Scholarship as the year's highest ranking applicant

at Loyola High School two years in a row.

 

Our comprehensive curriculum focuses on the development of the whole child: mind, body, and spirit.

 

As our mission states, Our Lady of Malibu Catholic School forms students and their families in the Catholic faith while respecting the traditions and practices of all religions.  We strive for excellence, unlocking the full potential of each individual, and building confident, collaborative and independent learners.  We stress the total development of each child:  Spiritual, moral, intellectual, social, emotional and physical.

 

As you search for the school that will be the best match for your family, we encourage you to visit Our Lady of Malibu School and see firsthand how we live out our mission.

 

Our goal is to make the application process individualized, personal, and as relaxed as possible.  Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

 

We look forward to hearing from you,

 

Michael A. Smith

Principal

 

 

We prepare our children for the future!​

 

 

Admissions Events

 

KINDERGARTEN ROUND-UP

ROUND TWO

Wednesday, March 13, 2019 

10:00am

ADMISSIONS INFORMATION

Sunday, March 17, 2019 

9:00am in Room 8

SHADOW STUDENT WEEK

April 15-18, 2019 

Call for a reservation

310-456-8071

 

 

*It is recommended, but not required, that children applying

for Kindergarten entry turn five years old before September 1st.

 

Our Lady of Malibu School students in

Grades K - 4 are:

PEOPLE OF FAITH, who,

  • Say daily prayers and go to Church on Sunday

  • Knows Church beliefs

  • Live their lives as Jesus taught us

  • Shows love and respect for everything God made

 

 DEDICATED LEARNERS, who

  • Exhibits positive “can do” attitude

  • Solves problems

  • Has strong work habits

  • Loves learning and asks meaningful questions

  • Shares answers and ideas willingly

 

 COMMUNITY LEADERS, who

  • Shows self control

  • Cares for and respects all life

  • Accepts responsibility for their actions and words

  • Always tells the truth

 

 AMBASSADORS OF THE ARTS, who

  • Participates in either art, music, dance, or theatre in their daily life

  • Shows creativity and imagination in class work

  • Demonstrates interest in the arts

 

AMBASSADORS OF WELLNESS AND FITNESS, who

  • Show good sportsmanship
  • Have an active lifestyle
  • Practice positive health habits
  • Encourage others
  • Have a positive “can do” attitude

 

 

 

 

 

Our Lady of Malibu School students in

Grades 5 - 8 are:

 

PEOPLE OF FAITH, who,

  • Practices their faith through daily prayer and attendance at weekly Saturday/Sunday liturgy

  • Receives the sacraments regularly

  • Instills their Christian values in all aspects of their lives

  • Makes moral and ethical choices in the light of Gospel values

  • Responds with empathy, respect, and compassion to all of God’s creatures

 

 DEDICATED LEARNERS, who

  • Possesses a strong work ethic

  • Appreciates the inherent value of education

  • Possesses the skills to organize and utilize information, time, and materials efficiently to produce quality work

  • Exhibits curiosity and desire for knowledge through class participation

  • Thinks critically and analytically to solve problems

  • Demonstrates competency in subject matter

  • Communicates both oral and written knowledge efficiently

  • Seeks challenges

 

 COMMUNITY LEADERS, who

  • Makes positive contributions to classroom, school, and community (willingly volunteers)

  • Is aware of needs of others, or current events, and world affairs

  • Cares for themselves, others, and the earth

  • Celebrates diversity in our community and world

  • Accepts personal responsibility for their choices and exhibits honesty

 

 AMBASSADORS OF THE ARTS, who 

  • Develops their natural abilities

  • Expresses themselves through the arts

  • Participates/shows interest in the arts in daily life (music, dance, drama, or visual arts)

  • Demonstrates creativity in academic subjects

 

AMBASSADORS OF WELLNESS AND FITNESS, who

  • Exhibit good sportsmanship
  • Have an active lifestyle
  • Practice positive health habits
  • Encourage others and show compassion and kindness
  • Have a positive “can do” attitude