8th Grade Home

Visit the Distance Remote Learning Tab for Assignment Boards!

Visit the Summer Humanities Tab for Incoming 6-8 Summer Reading and JDP Details (8th grade only).


Congratulations, OLG Class of 2020!


8th Grade Timeline (In Photos)

8th Grade Families: 

Check these awesome videos out, made by the class of 2019!


Check out the class curriculum pages to the left for more information that pertains to you!

All Middle School Students, look below for PowerSchool, Norms, Citizenship and all that fun stuff!

The Middle School gathers together to celebrate a great first week back to school!

Things to Know:
  • Schedule: Click HERE for the 8th Grade Schedule 

  • Our Middle School Norms: The 6 P’s!

  • Our Middle School Citizenship/ Behavior Legend: HERE


Checking your grades? Click here for Powerschool Access

Links to the 8th Grade Teacher Pages:

Ms. Nadalin: Science 

Ms. Savio: Algebra

Ms. Savio: Accelerated Algebra Page

Ms. Smale: Literature

Useful Website Links:

Language Arts:

Etymology sites:

Learning Style Strategies:

Email addresses for letters to Congress:


The following are possible resources for Catholic Social Teaching research:

Social Studies:

8th Grade US Constitution Info:


This is an audio link – please do this only at home



Word Processing:



High School Information
Juan Diego Project 2017




The Juan Diego Project 2017

Every year in 8th grade, Our Lady of Guadalupe Students complete their Juan Diego Project, a culmination of their Service-Based Education. They choose a topic based on their interests, such as poverty, environment, healthcare, education, and more. Then, they conduct intensive research on that issue, using databases such as Academic OneFile and Proquest, and deliver a 30-40 minute interactive lecture to their peers on the topic. Additionally, they perform 20 hours of service in the field to gain hands on experience. Below are their culminating videos, which they created in trios. For more information about the project and about Our Lady of Guadalupe’s Service-Based Education, contact Mr. Santos or our school’s main office at 206.935.0651.

Fighting Local and Global Poverty

Improving our Communities at OLG

Erasing Insecurities

Care for Animals

Education for All

Living Healthy Lives

Serving Low-Income Families

Care for God’s Creation

Preserving Forests