Discover our School

Our school respectfully acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral, traditional and unceded Indigenous territory of the Algonquin Peoples,
on whose territory we pray, learn, play and work.

The OCSB acknowledges the suffering experienced by Indigenous peoples in Canada's Residential Schools and is committed to Truth and Reconciliation. Read the OCSB Response to the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action to learn more.

Our Learning Commons

The Learning Commons is open Monday to Friday from 8:00 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.

The Learning Commons provides an inviting 21st century physical and virtual space where students gather to work individually or collaboratively on projects and experience the joy of reading, research and learning.  The availability of a wide variety of emerging mobile devices and web technologies facilitates and advances student academic performance and success.

Check out the Learning Commons website for more information!

Specifically, the Learning Commons includes:

Students can borrow items using their Student I.D. card.  There is a charge of 20 cents per day for overdue books and magazines.  Students can borrow mobile devices for a period, during lunch recess, overnight or for a weekend.  They must be returned on time for the benefit of other users.  In the case of devices borrowed overnight that are returned late, a charge of $1.00 per day will be applied.  Students who return damaged print materials or mobile devices may have their privileges denied and/or asked to replace them at their own expense.  

Students are expected to behave appropriately and respect others and property.  Food and drinks, other than water, are not permitted unless a special event has been organized by staff.


Our school has a chapel that is open daily for all students and staff.  Check out 

Chaplaincy Department

Our school's current Chaplaincy Leader is  Dr. Joe Rogers

From the Chaplain's Desk

Our school community and every student and staff member has gifts for the building up of this community. As part of the community, the chaplain works closely with others in the school to assist in the general education of students within a spiritual framework. Celebration and service, two key elements of the spiritual life, are integral to the life of our Catholic school. The chaplaincy leader, in conjunction with students and staff, assists in the animation of these areas. The Chaplain is available to both the students and staff to journey with them in their personal and spiritual growth.


The Chapel plays a major role in the life of our school. The chapel is physically situated at the heart of the school and is, at the same time, the spiritual centre. The Chapel is the focus of the spiritual character of the school and is used for private prayer and class liturgical celebrations. Our Chapel is a warm, peaceful refuge where students, staff, and parents are invited to pray, reflect, and rejoice.

Parish links

Our school community is served by the following parishes:

Annunciation of Our Lord
2414 Ogilvie Road
Ottawa (Gloucester), Ontario
K1J 7N5

Good Shepherd Parish
3092 Innes Road
Ottawa (Gloucester), Ontario
K1W 1C8

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Parish
320 Olmstead Ave.
Ottawa (Vanier), Ontario
K1L 7K3

St. Ignatius Parish
515 Donald Street
Ottawa, Ontario
K1K 1L7

Paroisse Saint-Gabriel
55 rue Appleford
Ottawa, Ontario
K1J 6T6


Our school cafeteria is operated by Chartwells.
Chartwells accepts cash and debit.

Breakfast/ Snack Program 

Breakfast Club is back again this year at LBP

Grade 7 & 8 : Room 223

High School : Room 101