History of Our Lady of the Hills

It started with a shared Hill Country passion:  how can we provide more for our students?
In 1995, a consortium of individuals connected, determined to provide families of the Texas Hill Country faith-based learning for their high-school age students. Here is where Our Lady of the Hills came to be, recognized as the only Catholic high school within a 70-mile radius of Kerrville, Texas. As an independently owned non-profit organization deep in the heart of Texas, OLH is governed by a board of directors and works in collaboration with the Archdiocese of San Antonio's Department of Catholic School to ensure the highest standard of private Catholic education. 
Our Lady of the Hills humbly opened her doors in 2002 with just 19 students in portable classrooms. By 2007, the success of the students and growth of the school sparked an insurgence of major local support which assisted in the construction of our now 54,000 square foot multi-use permanent campus on 80 acres of Texas Hill Country. Complete in 2009, the campus now sports 8 classrooms, 2 science labs, 2 fine art rooms, computer lab, library resource center, Chapel, full-size competition gym and administrative space.