The academy's mascot is the Sentinel, a vigilant guard who patiently and dutifully keeps watch over what he protects.

 Located in the San Gabriel Valley east of Los Angeles, Our Lady of the Angels Academy provides a traditional Catholic education to children within a seventy-mile radius. These students, many of whom sacrifice tremendously in order to continue receiving the invaluable private formation that the academy offers, would otherwise be left without local equivalent options. The school's founder, Father Charles J. Ward, envisioned an elementary school untouched by the godless ideas and distractions of modern society. What other elementary school in California focuses on the greatest possible good for the children who attend it, religious instruction? With a firm basis in the Catholic Faith as taught by the Church Fathers and Spanish missionaries who baptized the region, the school gives its members a holy joy greater than what any other elementary school in the state can provide. One only has to look at the numerous plaques earned by the eighth grade classes year after year for victory in the National Religion Exam to realize the ardor with which the truth is given by teachers and cherished by students. Your support means more than sponsoring a graduate; it promotes the growth of young souls and furthers the noble cause for saints. Certainly, your generosity is an investment in the spiritual wealth of the Church and assurance of prayers of gratitude from the hearts closest to God. By performing this immense act of charity, you share in the spirit fostered at Our Lady of the Angels, continuing the Catholic lineage of our shared California history. This is your part of engaging in today's struggle against evil by enabling a priceless education for Our Lady's favorites. 

  "Amen I say to you, as long as you did it to one of these My least brethren, you did it for Me." (Matthew 25:40)

   Our Lady of the Angels Academy is home to about fifty students from at least thirty families each year in Kindergarten to eighth grade. Their principal is a priest of the Society of Saint Pius X and serves as the academy chaplain among his fellow priests also stationed at the Arcadia priory. The academy is blessed to have a dedicated group of faculty that contribute tremendous work to further the education of our children.  Meet the heroes of today's society:

Ghosts from the academy Christmas play, "A Christmas Carol" celebrate a fantastic performance.