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Alumnae News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Kerri Morgan ‘92

    Congratulations, Kerri Morgan '92!

    "Hang another gold medal around the neck of Kerri Morgan, a Washington University professor who last week churned her way to an international gold medal.

    Morgan, an assistant professor of occupational therapy and neurology, took first place in the 100-meter dash at the World Para Athletic Games in Dubai.

    A member of the USA Paralympic Track and Field Team since 2010, she is no stranger to world hardware: She has won 15 other medals in five previous international competitions."

    Please click here to read more about this outstanding alumna.
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  • Holiday Boutique Night

    The highly-anticipated Holiday Boutique Night was once again a success! The Alumnae Association-sponsored event transformed the Sr. Mary de Paul Room and Shanahan Commons into a shopper’s dream. Hundreds of alumnae, parents and friends of the Academy shopped from our vendor booths and supported the Heart of an Angel Fund, which provides financial assistance to fulfill SJA traditions, and the Alumnae Association.
    For more information about this year’s event, please click here
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  • Lunch and Learn: Business

    The Student Alumnae Association welcomed back Abby Stapf ’13, Carolyn Heger ‘13 and Andrea Aston Kendrick ’02 for a “Lunch and Learn” event about careers in business. These accomplished alumnae gave current students advice about business school and different career paths. If you are interested in talking to students about your career, please contact alumnae@sja1840.org.
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  • High School Open House

    On November 3, the Admissions Department welcomed future Angels and families to tour campus, meet current students and learn more about academic, extracurricular activities and financial aid opportunities. Each student-led tour included a presentation in the Performing Arts Center, special academic presentations and Cup of Joe!

    The Alumnae Association proudly hosted a reception for alumnae with their prospective students. The group received school updates and a special tour from current alum parents! For more information about SJA Admissions, please click here.
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  • Town & Style Cover: STEM

    St. Joseph's Academy was on the cover of Town & Style Magazine.  Be sure to pick up a copy to see several of our "Engineering and Design Applications" students with Stephanie Wehmeier '11.

    "There is no questioning the importance of science, technology, engineering and math in today’s world, and it’s equally critical that everyone has access to STEM education and career opportunities. Yet women have been a minority in these fields for decades. “Women bring diversity of thought and talent,” says architect Stephanie Wehmeier. “We represent half of the world’s population, yet our presence in STEM-related careers is severely lacking. Lasting, impactful solutions that affect change in the world are only possible when everyone’s thoughts and talents are maximized.” Wehmeier is a graduate of St. Joseph’s Academy. The all-girls, Catholic high school in Frontenac offers a rigorous curriculum that challenges each student to grow intellectually and achieve excellence in whatever she pursues."

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St. Joseph’s Academy is a private, Catholic high school for girls in St. Louis, Missouri, sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. Our mission is to provide quality Catholic education for young women in an environment that challenges them to grow in faith, knowledge, and respect for self and others. Our community expects these young women to make a profound impact in the world.

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