"Tradition and Innovation"
Students enrolled 230
Hours 7:50 AM - 2:45 PM
School leader Darrell Fulford
Transportation options None
Type no info
Preschool capacity no info
Before school Yes
After school Yes

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730 San Salvador Dr
Dunedin, FL 34698

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(727) 733-3776
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4 stars
Based on 57 ratings

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May 19, 2014
I would like to thank the dedicated faculty and staff of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School for partnering with me and my husband in the teaching of the faith to our children. I choose this school because it is first and foremost a Catholic school and it's Catholic identity is strong at all times. Building a solid foundation in the faith is priceless and is a gift that will last a lifetime. Our Lady of Lourdes is an excellent school on every level and I have complete confidence in the leadership of the school!!

- submitted by a parent
May 16, 2014
I am so excited and honored to be part of OLL. When we first moved to FL, my priority was to find the best Catholic school. Not a consolidated school, but a parish school. We wanted that feeling of community that we didn't find at our last school. It's that feeling of community and high standards that has kept us here at Our Lady of Lourdes. It's knowing that wherever you go, whether at the school with the dedicated faculty and staff, or at church with our caring pastor and priest you will find people that want the best for your kids. It is home to us now and I can't imagine sending my kids anywhere else. My kids have flourished in so many ways because of all the opportunities they are given here at this school, whether it's participating in the Fine Arts program or on the courts or fields, they are encouraged to be the best versions of themselves and to win with grace and lose graciously. My kids are challenged academically receiving high honors not only at their school, but in the community. My absolute favorite time every week is when I attend the weekly school Masses. The entire school comes together every week and participates in the best celebration of all.

- submitted by a parent
May 16, 2014
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School is not perfect! However, it is one of the most enriching, positive, accepting and well-rounded schools I know of. One that prides itself on teaching the "whole child" so that each and every student can have a strong base to build on. Life is not always easy for our kids, and for some, it can be a very rough road with many bumps along the way. I have witnessed OLL's faculty and staff support, encourage and empower these kids to face and truly overcome their challenges. I am blessed, as is my child, to be a part of the OLL family.

- submitted by a parent
May 15, 2014
We love having our boys at OLL! I have worked with the teachers and principal for 2 years. They are very happy and feel accepted. I any concerns arise, they are addressed quickly and fairly.

- submitted by a parent
May 15, 2014
Is the best place to educate the kids, they teach them compassion , values,love and the school is a family, every body knows and enjoy everybody. The teachers are always ready to help and support our kids .

- submitted by a parent
May 03, 2014
We have been at Our Lady of Lourdes long enough to see it's decline. What was once an outstanding school with strong academics is now a mediocre school. The problem comes from inexperience at the administrative level. Teacher turnover has been a big problem the last couple of years, especially in Middle School. My child has mentioned often that they are not doing anything in his classes. He has been pulled out of classes to help with the props and set for an upcoming musical production. We are very disappointed with this school and will not be returning.

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2014
As an employee at Our Lady of Lourdes I am very proud to let everyone know that through our faculty and staff feedback by way of survey, we have been recognized as Tampa Bay's Top 100 Workplaces. We are number 8 of 50 in our category. We also were recognized with a special award of appreciation. I am truly honored to be employed at Our Lady of Lourdes and be part of this Parish community.

- submitted by a teacher
April 14, 2014
Our Lady of Lourdes School develops the whole child: spiritually, academically and socially and deserves five stars! All the changes in staff and personnel have enhanced the school's credibility and raised standards. The Principal and Pastor always want the best for the children, of that there is no doubt. A number of teachers have served the school for many, many years and are the best people to ask about the quality of education and the continuing raising of standards if you decide to tour the school. If anyone is asked to leave, you can be assured it is for serious reasons and for the overall well being of the school. Our children are happy, the enrollment for next year continues to increase and the standards continue to rise and our kids certainly know they are loved by God! Thank you!

- submitted by a community member
March 28, 2014
The hideous paint color of the school & church isn't the only thing awful at OLL. Since 2007, there have been FOUR principals & a turnover of at LEAST 14 teachers. At the end of the 2010-11 school year, almost half of the 5th grade class left the school. They didn't return the following school year for a variety of reasons; including poor academics & a priest's bad attitude. In 2012, a 5th grade teacher, middle school teacher, youth minister & the 3rd school principal in 5 years were fired. In 2013, the vice-principal & another middle school teacher were fired. Please make sure if you tour the school, ask about teacher turnover, the reason the middle school teacher was fired in 2013, standardized test scores & why two well behaved children were expelled from the school after their mom voiced some concerns. Please know that your children WILL learn about controversial social topics without parental permission. Also, make sure you do your due diligence about the priests there. ASK QUESTIONS! Your best resource is prior OLL families & teachers. Current families & teachers won t say anything negative because they are concerned w/ retaliation.

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2014
OLL was great school; however, it has slowly declined. We left because of massive teacher turnover, poor leadership, dismal academics, parent clicks, and many other reasons. Do your research before sending your children here; if you tour the school, be sure to ask about standardized tests, teacher turnover and teacher qualifications. Physically, the school looks great, but, once you see behind the scenes the true OLL will reveal itself ..a struggling marginal school with an overinflated opinion of itself. Our family did not realize how far our children were behind until they were challenged at our new school; we deeply regret not moving them sooner. Bullying is a problem and privileged children rule of the roost. The school boasts a strong sports program, this is the farthest thing from the truth; most sports teams are decimated by their opponents. Please be aware this post will be critiqued by follow-on posts, the SAC and HSA have parents that monitor this blog to counter-post non-favorable posts. Do you research and ask the tough questions before considering this school, you children deserve better!

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2014
Our Lady of Lourdes is a wonderful school and community. After moving to Florida from New York we conducted a tireless search of schools for our children ages 10 and 4. We are incredibly pleased with our decision to send the children to OLL. I read the comments on all schools we looked at, both good and bad, and urge you to look past a negative review and make your own decision. This school challenges my children, the teachers are caring and very open to communication with parents. And, I would like to add that the principal is excellent, very open to communication and gives the school a warm and welcome face. We feel that the quality of education our children are receiving as well as the incredible sense of community are above the school environments we had in NY. Keep up the good work OLL, we are so happy to be a part of the school.

- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2013
OLL is a wondeful school that truly represents Catholic Identity and challenges my daughter to the fullest. There are always parents who will not get there way and thus leave negative comments buy my experience has been just wonderful. Dunedin is a wonderful city and OLL just makes it that much better. There VPK program is top notch and prepares the children for the rest of their elementary education!

- submitted by a parent
May 22, 2013
Our daughter has been at this school her fourth year this year, the teachers have been wonderful, not as communicative personally as I would have wished, but ALL information about your child is available to me online updated everyday, so to me that is perfect. I know the curriculum is better than public schools as her cousin is working on alot of things she did 2 or 3 years ago and is the same age. I have never witnessed bullying and my daughter tells me everything, but maybe that is in another grade. New and old principals are both wonderful people. I feel it is worth the financial hardship as you only get one chance at your childs "surroundings" and what/who they are influenced by. Highly Recommended!

- submitted by a parent
November 15, 2012
My daughter joined this school in August and I am amazed by the negative comments below. I am absolutely satisfied with every aspect of the school and parish. I have no problem communicating with all the staff. They are responsive, carrying and addresses issues with professionalism. I have no doubt I made the right choice registering my daughter there. The curriculum is excellent, the staff is knowledgeable and my daughter looks forward to go to school everyday and for me that speaks a lot!! If you are looking for a good private school, this is the place to go.

- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2012
The curriculum at OLL is good. Unfortunately, that is where the praise ends. The atmosphere in the school is cold and despondent. When dropping off or picking up my children in car line, the majority of the teachers avoid eye contact with you at all cost and they appear to be miserable. Communication is sparse between the parents and teachers. If you are not part of the 'clique', you will be treated like an outsider by the teachers, parents and an arrogant member of the clergy that are part of the clique (unfortunately, a bit like high school). My one daughter claims that in the two years that she has been there the priest has not once spoken to her. He has never spoken to us either. We will not attend his church anymore. In turn, we will be looking at other schools for the fall. On a positive note, the principal and a couple of other teachers were excellent. But, they are leaving also. i think they we will be much happier. I know we will.

- submitted by a parent
May 29, 2012
They offer a good curriculum and some might say the tuition is high, but catholic school tuition it is probably the lowest of any private school in the area. I think they are trying to weed out some of the unfavorable teachers but I question how some can still remain. I think they should look into the bullying in this school more as it seems to be higher than it should. It seems like some grades get along really well and others have alot of drama and many issues. New leadership in the last few years is making attempts to improve. Their religious education is great. For us we felt it better to send my child somewhere else.

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2012
My son has had a lovely PreK year at OLL. The PreK teachers are caring, the program is well planned, and he has done very well there (after hating preschool.) We have had a great year.

- submitted by a parent
March 29, 2012
Great school offering a great education located in lovely Dunedin. School offers sports and computers.

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2011
We are very happy with the school. Our daughter is thriving and it is totally worth the financial hardship.

- submitted by a parent
June 22, 2011
Worse possible choice to make for a school? If you do, you will sooh find out as long as you pay attention.

- submitted by a parent
February 12, 2011
OLL has been a great choice for our family. We've been here for 7 years now, and can only tell you it is worth every penny! The faculty ,school staff and principal are above average. A small school has made our children feel extremely comfortable and safe. Academics are challenging and at least 1 year, if not more , above the public school system, I've done the research.

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2011
The school administrators will not work with children who have medical needs . It is true they cater to a select few parents.I took my child out of this school. They need a new pastor and a new principal

- submitted by a parent
December 28, 2010
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School in Dunedin Fl has been paramount in my life. As an alum, attending grades 1 thru 8 I experienced first hand the education and foundation that comes from this school. My son attanded grades Pre K- 8 and is now in his Junior year in the IB Program at CCC. My daughter is in grade 6 now at OLL and thriving both academically and spiritually. OLL is a faith and family centered school dedicated to each student.

- submitted by a parent
September 01, 2010
I am so happy to be a part of such a Christ centered school. My son graduated from OLL ,& is doing beautifully in IB. He was amazed by the fact that students from the public schools were unable to identify an adverb, and were not familiar with math terms. OLL teaches to curriculum , not to the FCAT.When a child leaves , he or she is always WAY ahead of their public school classmates. The saddest part of the negative comments on this review page is that every one who commented is obvious to the people who still are here. It is such a close family that when some one leaves due to differences, we all feel saddened by it. The teachers care about all the kids they lose.Christ is the center of Our Lady:)

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2010
The New Family Ice Cream Social was this week and I am so extremely impressed by the OLL Staff and volunteering parents from the HSA. What a great welcome into this community!! We are so excited for a great year to come and can't wait to attend all the events this year at OLL.

- submitted by a parent
August 20, 2010
I just can't say enough positive stuff about this school. My children went to their orientation and we were made so welcome and so comfortable about starting a new year. All the teachers were so helpful and responsive to all of their concerns and doubts about starting back to school. I am so excited to start a new year at Our Lady of Lourdes, I know this will be the best year yet for my family! I would also like to say the principal at this school is amazing! She is always there for you whenever you need to talk and is always looking out for the best interest for the children of OLL. I could not imagine my family growing up anywhere else but here!!! I highly recommend this school.

- submitted by a parent
June 25, 2010
Worse Catholic School there is! Just name it and it is the worst at everything. So extremely happy that I moved my children from there. They are getting a better education now and it was the best decision ever to leave.

- submitted by a parent
May 25, 2010
OLL is an excellent school. It has quality teachers, great leadership and outstanding facilities for such a small school. My children are having an excellent education. They are very happy, confident and respectful. The parental involvment at OLL is wonderful and is a must in any school today. I would suggest to the unhappy parents that they should look closer to home for their childrens problems. I'm sure if i displayed that much negativity it would affect my children. I pray God gives you some postivity and faith at your new school, not only for you but for the sake of your children. FYI i'm not a "rich parent" but a very happy one.

- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2010
I think it is very important that everyone who posts here realizes that nobody is forcing you to stay at a school if you are so miserable. Feel free to move on and let those of us who are happy enjoy our wonderful school.

- submitted by a parent
May 17, 2010
I have been at this school my whole elementary and middle education. I have definitely grown to hate it. The middle school education is poor and we hardly do anything. The teachers and staff don't care about the kids and tend to state false truths. I would not waste your money if I were a parent and just send my children to religious ed at my church. This school really does not have anything to offer. What I have accomplished was because of me and my parents not this school..We worked and researced to get a better education.

- submitted by a community member
April 28, 2010
As parents and alumni, we believe in the mission of our parish school: Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School, as part of the parish faith family, builds a strong foundation by developing the unique, academic, physical, social and spiritual gifts of its students, empowering them to live the mission of Jesus.

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2010
It's the best Catholic school in our area!! Great community, caring teachers, supportive administration, and top-notch education!

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2010
My 4 children have gone to Oll. This is an amazing school in all areas. As in everything- you can't please everyone. It seems the people that are unhappy at OLL are unhappy with life. You don't need to bash the school. The school is very loving and caring. The teachers work hard and try to meet the needs of all the children. Parents do need to do their part!! If you are unhappy with the school then you need to quietly move on and let the rest of us enjoy our parish community!!

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
no rating March 29, 2010
I am very happy that I chose to send my children to Our Lady of Lourdes. My son is excelling in his classes in high school because of his preparation from OLL. I am so impressed with the quality of education that has contributed to his success. There are challenging times everywhere, but I know that my children are 'allowed' and encouraged to pray and live out a Jesus attitude here. We've had our ups and downs, but the downs I can count on less than one hand, and as for the ups, I've lost count. The principal is caring and over qualified, and the pastor is an answer to many prayers with his sincere reverence for the faith. I'm so thankful for this small, Christian community where my children can thrive and not exist as just a number.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 22, 2010
This school is one of the worst school experiences I have ever encountered. My child have been misserable since the new principal and pastor. They may listen to you, but they don't do anything to help or change the problems. There is definetly to much bullying and spoiled children at this school. The staff is half good half poor. We don't recommend this school.

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2010
This school is amazing! I have never been treated so awesome by a school ever. My kids used to be miserable at public school but now get the attention and have brought home nothing but great grades. If you want to send your kids to a school that cares about you pick this school you won't regret it. I thank God everyday that I choose this school.

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2010
This school is amazing! I have never been treated so awesome by a schoo ever. My kids used to be miserable at public school but now they get the attention and have brought home nothing but good grades. If you want to send your kids to a school that cares about you pick this school you won't regret it. I thank God everyday that I chose OLL.

- submitted by a parent
March 04, 2010
Very disapointed with this school. There is to much bullying and intimidation in the older grades. It comes from teachers and staff down to the students. Discipline is never directed to the guilty party. There have been episodes of sexting in the middle school which is saddening for a catholic school. Just goes to show you who is in charge. As for academics the quality is not what it used to be.BEWARE

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 23, 2010
This school is as great as it was 35 years ago when I attended; now I have two children at the school, one in fourth grade and one in kindergarten. The academic program is very strong, with several extracurricular activities for the children to choose from. The pastor, the principal and the faculty are extremely dedicated to the children and the cause of Catholic education. We also have a very supportive and active church community and parent body association. If you want your child to be a happy, well-rounded, Christ filled person, then this is the school that will deliver!!!

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 19, 2010
The public schools offer advanced math, Imast and graduate their 8th graders having completed geometry with high school credits. The Spanish program at OLL is terrible don't kid your self. I am fluent in Spanish and think it is a poor program. The music education is the same year after year, But this is America and we are all intitled to our own opinions. Food for thought.

- submitted by a parent
February 12, 2010
I am aware that the school has had to make some cuts in order to hold the line on tuition. But the quality of the instruction has not suffered. They still offer advanced math, TV production, language, art and music. I think that parents need to compare what public schools are paying to educate each child and to compare the results. OLL graduates are accepted into advanced courses in high schools and are accepted by the best high schools in the area

- submitted by a community member
February 03, 2010
OLL is not all it is advertised to be. They advertise a new wonderful computer lab, yes it has been remodeled but the kids never get to use it. They also say they have gourmet hot lunches, I don't know if they tried them, but my children have purchased lunch many times and the food is terrible. It is undercooked and raw the kids can not eat it. They also advertise a gym, yes it is nice bu the kids don't get to use it all the time. So tell me what good is having all these things if it is not benefitting the education of our kids. I have also experienced first hand that if your child needs extra help, they don't provide it and tell you, you need to go out and get tutoring. I am sorry there is just as much bad as good.

- submitted by a parent
February 02, 2010
My children have been at this school for 10 years. The leadership and education have definitely changed and not for the Better! There is too much parent influence if you have financial means! Discipline is biased and bullying very much exsists on a daily basis. I am sadend by the drop in quality in the grades 5-8. Just make an informed choice and not by the individuals on the HSA or SAC boards.

- submitted by a parent
January 04, 2010
My 10 years of experience with OLL School & Parish have been truly a blessing. Not only have my children received an excellent education but my family has been rewarded with wonderful friendships & a sense of community like none we ve ever encountered before. OLL has a strong academic curriculum that allows each student to build for themselves a strong foundation of the basic skills, like reading, writing & arithmetic, but it also builds strong study habits, creative writing skills & independent thinking skills that will serve for a lifetime. OLL consistently places well above the national average in standardized test scores. Two of my own children had been invited to take the SAT college entrance exam as 7th graders, based on their IOWA test scores as 6th graders. For a small school, OLL is still able to offer music, art, PE, band, media, TV production, advanced math, Spanish & extra-curricular sports for boys & girls. As a Catholic School, religion is not just a humanities subject, but it is a part of everyday life. Our Catholic Christian values of compassion, acceptance, forgiveness & charity are not only taught but are also demonstrated & acted out. The lessons of the Bible are taught in Religion classes & at weekly Mass. Love & kindness is demonstrated by the way teachers, parents & staff treat each other as well as the students. Compassion & charity is acted out to the community by the students in participating in food drives, raising funds for the American Heart Association, mentoring of the younger students by the older students & gathering various items for donation to others in need. Each year, my family has been able to commit more of ourselves to the school & community. Ours gifts are mostly in the form of time & talent, as treasure is often limited, but what we receive in return just cannot be measured. I

- submitted by a parent
December 30, 2009
Great school!! It is a wonderful environment both spiritually and educationally. The teachers and staff are caring and supportive. I would highly recommend this school to others.

- submitted by a parent
December 01, 2009
My children have been going to OLL for 2 years and the experience for them and myself is wonderful. I am not wealthy, yet our family is treated with respect and kindness. My children have never felt excluded or as if they don't belong. They have adjusted wonderfully to OLL from the public school system because of the tremendous support of the teachers, parents, administrators and the other students. The academics are strong and so is the presence of Jesus. The children that go to OLL are well behaved, faithful and smart. There is no doubt in my mind that I made a good decision to send my children to OLL.

- submitted by a parent
November 05, 2009
I am reading all the reviews below and I will as well be fair. The education the children get is great, but the attitude from parents and some teachers has a lot to be desired. Catholic values are influenced but there is a lot of hypocresy with the wealthy parents. They are the example on how the kids behave. Many of the kids do not behave in a christian manner, they say bad words, and they exclude the kids that are not rich. As well said below money talks. If you are a wealthy parent then you are treated in a very different way. I am not alone in this one. Many parents who are no longer there have told me this. The ones that have stayed are the wealthy ones. These are not the christian values they should have.

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 01, 2009
Enrolling our daughter in the EC4 program at Our Lady of Lourdes 10 years ago was the best decision we have made for our child. The love and care exhibited by every facualty and staff member toward each individual child continues the faith based family relationship we share in our home. We have been so blessed to have developed relationships with other families that share our faith and family values. Our child lives these days each day she is at OLL. The strong academic program in place at OLL is considered one of the best in Pinellas County and serves our graduating children very well as they move on to high school.

- submitted by a parent
September 16, 2009
There is an almost perfect balance between academics and activities.

- submitted by a community member
July 21, 2009
My child's education is really important to me, as is their spiritual growth and social environment. Having researched other local options and spoken to teachers, students and other parents, I opted to send my child to Our Lady of Lourdes and it's great. It's true that the school has to ask for funding but that's the case everywhere. It's small in size and there's a good atmosphere throughout the school. The pastor and principal have worked hard to refresh and improve the school with new decoration, equipment and programs, while the teachers also seem dedicated and enthusiastic. It says a lot when your child actually misses going to school over the holidays. All in all, I'd recommend Our Lady of Lourdes.

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2009
As a parent of this school and a roman catholic, I'm thrilled that my child can attend weekly mass in the same church that we're at on Sunday. The previous posts that talk about typing and electives forget that religion, catholic teaching and community awareness are the school's electives. My child can learn typing through a library course or even at home online. Same for foreign languages, unless it's used conversationally, the retention slips away. I'd rather have my child well versed in catholicism. I have shopped the other catholic schools in the area and in my opinion, they don't come close to what this school offers. And, by the way when you have kids, wallets are always open. I'm happy they reworked the lunch program. The food is fresh and wholesome instead of processed. My child loves this school and I'm not on the HSA group.

- submitted by a parent
January 03, 2009
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- submitted by a student
December 22, 2008
Both of my children attend Our Lady of Lourdes and I would never send them to any other school. The children at OLL get strong academics, along with strong social and moral teachings. The teachers are amazing. They are truly dedicated and give each child the care and attention they need. The children have a great assortment of classes beginning in EC-4 (pre-K) including traditional classes like reading, math, religion and social studies and special classes like spanish, art, music, computers and library. OLL even has a wonderful TV program that is produced by students and broadcast throught the school. The Home and School Association (PTA) is very active and friendly, encouraging all parents to get involved and be a part of their child's education. The staff and Pastor are always available and actively participate in all events and day to day activities. Overall, OLL is a wonderful environment!

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 15, 2008
Worth every penny. If you want the best Catholic school for your child, choose OLL. It's rich in catholic tradition, academically superior and has teachers that truly care about their students. The school and church are nestled within residential Dunedin offering a quiet and calming environment. Best school in Dunedin!

- submitted by a parent
October 19, 2008
I would not recommend this school. It really is a horrible school. My child was miserable there, and he would come home wishing to go to St. Cecilia or any other school everyday when I picked him up. I pulled him out finally and put him in a different school, and he's been the happiest child since. The teachers there were very sexist and would show favoritism towards other children.

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February 06, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
December 21, 2007
I attend OLL and am currently in the seventh grade. My teachers are funny and very nice and they want to help you be a straight A student. About eight kids in my class (besides me) were chosen to take the SAT this year, and that definately tells you soemthing about the education. The school tuition is high, but it's worth it. I am in the dance program, Spanish I, I play bells, and participate in sports. We all attend mass every Thursday during school as a class, and it shows how important God is to us. Enrolling your child in this school would make him/her a very happy child, trust me.

- submitted by a student
May 27, 2007
This is the best school in Dunedin! If you can afford it, put your child there. All the kids that attend public school after 8th grade are way above the other children coming from any public school in the area.

- submitted by a parent
March 08, 2005
Our daughter attended the EC4 program at OLL in Dunedin Fl. We were very pleased with her progress. Her teacher diligently with both advanced students and students needing extra attention. She learned to read and learned a lot about the bible.

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Our Lady Of Lourdes
730 San Salvador Dr, Dunedin, FL  34698
(727) 733-3776
Last modified Our Lady Of Lourdes is a Private school that serves grades PK-8
Our Lady Of Lourdes Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 63 reviews.