Welcome to Our Lady of Guadalupe's Graduate Support!

By way of introduction: Our Lady of Guadalupe Middle School puts the expertise of its well-educated staff and supporters as well as its connections to quality secondary and higher education at the service of our students and their families.

The gifts and talents discovered during the middle school years deserve to be developed in the best possible educational environments. Students have the potential make positive contributions to society as educated, informed adults. Further, they bring the unique insights and experiences of their racial or ethnic heritage to the educational environment and to their professional careers.

Graduating 8th Graders-OLG Class of 2008


The 8th Grade at OLG (Class of 2008) is selecting high schools that best meets their hopes and dreams. Detroit Cristo Rey High School is a school that works. It provides an outstanding academic program and meaningful employment with a salary that pays tuition. Our girls understand that other attendance at other Catholic schools would also require employment and considerable tuition assistance. Here’s where we are to date in the high school selection process:

Xhemile B.


Application to come

Love B.


Accepted at Mercy HS
Application to Detroit Cristo Rey HS

Krystal B.


Application to Detroit Cristo Rey HS

Danielle C.


Accepted at Mercy HS
Accepted at Renaissance HS

Kayanna G.


Accepted at Mercy HS
Accepted at Renaissance HS

Jessica Jaurequi


Application to Detroit Cristo Rey HS

Melissa Juarez


Application to Liggett HS
Application to Mercy HS
Application to Detroit Cristo Rey HS

Daniela Rodriguez


Accepted at Mercy HS
Application to Detroit Cristo Rey HS

Andrea Serratos


Application to Detroit Cristo Rey HS

Christian Tucker


Application to Detroit Cristo Rey HS

Chiara Woods


Accepted at Cass Tech
Accepted at Mercy HS
Accepted at Renaissance HS

Raven Yepez-Cornelius


Application to Detroit Cristo Rey HS

Spotlight on a Graduate

Valeria, OLG Class of 2006

In 2006, Valeria C. graduated from OLG as a star pupil. She's now continuing her success as a wonderful student at Divine Child High School. She is well underway to fulfilling her ultimate goal of studying criminal justice and becoming a homicide detective.

Her freshman year at Divine Child was a difficult transition coming from OLG. OLG's class of 2006 had 15 graduates, Divine Child multipllies that several times with more than a thousand total students. The work is of course more difficult than middle school, and grades depend more on the student than anyone else. "To have an A is a nightlong study," says our graduate. "Colleges will see these grades, so if your grades aren't looking good, neither are you."

She says that though as a freshman you may receive more priveleges, you have to earn them as teachers expect more. However, Divine Child offers help in transitioning. It hosts a "Frosh Slosh" where all freshman go for a form of orientation and an ice breaker.

Read more of Valeria's interview here!