Good Counsel High School
17301 Old Vic Blvd
Olney, MD 20832
(301) 942-1155

Directions:

Our Lady of Good Counsel High School
is located at 17301 Old Vic Boulevard, off Maryland Route 108 (OlneySandy Spring Road) in Olney, Maryland, one and onehalf miles east of Georgia Avenue (Route 97) and two miles west of New Hampshire Avenue (Route 650). Please park in the designated visitor lots in front of the school.

From Washington, DC:

Take Georgia Avenue (Route 97) North. Follow Georgia Avenue north approximately 18 miles to the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Route 108 (OlneySandy Spring Road), Turn right onto Route 108 and travel one and onehalf miles to Old Vic Boulevard, which will be on the right.

Alternate Route from Washington, DC

Take New Hampshire Avenue (Route 650) east approximately 18 miles. Make a left on Norwood Road. Follow the road as it becomes Dr. Bird. Turn left onto Route 108 (OlneySandy Spring Road). Stay in the left lane and proceed to turn left at the next traffic light onto Old Vic Boulevard.

From Northern Virginia:

From 1495 (Capital Beltway), take Exit 33 (Connecticut Avenue, Route 185) toward Kensington and travel approximately eight miles to the intersection of Connecticut and Georgia Avenues (Route 97). Turn left onto Georgia Avenue and travel north five miles to the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Route 108 (OlneySandy Spring Road). Turn right onto Route 108 and travel one and onehalf miles to Old Vic Boulevard, which will be on the right.



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Events at Good Counsel High School:
Tuesday, 09/03/2019
4:15PM - 5:45PM Soccer Boys (JV)   Away
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6:00PM - 8:00PM Soccer Boys (V)   Away
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