What Young Alumni Are Saying About OLMC

“I am so grateful to have been accepted to the International Baccalaureate program at Morris Knolls. It is an internationally recognized course of study that stresses well-roundedness and critical thinking with a curriculum that emphasizes writing, thinking, communication skills and community service: exactly what I was already focused on at OLMC! Although IB is a highly competitive program, I feel like I’ve got a significant leg up because of my time at OLMC, and I’m excited to continue with such a meaningful educational experience.”

Josh Martinez, Morris Knolls High School ’21, International Baccalaureate Program


“I love Morristown High School, and I’m especially excited to be a part of its STEM Academy. I know it will open many doors for my future and allow me to pursue science and math at high levels in college, graduate school, and even someday in my career. OLMC gave me the experience and critical thinking skills not only to be accepted into the STEM academy, but also to excel in it, and I'm so grateful for the strong foundation I got there.”

Molly Webber, Morristown High School ’22, STEM Academy


“I am thrilled to be a part of the Gateway Academy because it gives me the opportunity to participate in dynamic lectures, internships, and trips around the world, take private Gateway tours of Ivy League campuses, and earn a year of college credit while still in high school. Gateway is the most challenging path I could have taken, but I am confident that my time at OLMC has fully prepared me to succeed, and I can’t wait to experience it all!”

Luca DiGiacopo, Boonton High School ’22, The Gateway Academy for Academically Gifted Students


“Because the Morris County School of Technology is becoming more and more competitive every year, I was very grateful to have the strong foundation of an OLMC education when I applied. Now that I’m a member of the Academy for Finance & International Business and studying various business subjects, with a specific emphasis on the international business world, I regularly rely on the education I received at OLMC to succeed in my classes.”

Joseph Sorce, Morris County School of Technology ’21, Academy for Finance & International Business


“OLMC laid the foundation for my success at Sedes Sapientiae High School. The knowledge I gained there of truth, beauty, and goodness has inspired me both to pursue my love of music and vocal performance and deepen my Catholic faith. I am forever grateful for my time at OLMC.”

Jillienne Winowski, Sedes Sapientiae ’21