Meet the 2020-2021 Alumni Advisory Council
Welcome Back Saint Mary’s Hall Alumni!
For well over a century, alumni have been a significant part of the Saint Mary's Hall community. Your pride, volunteerism, and financial support have left an indelible mark on our school and our students. We hope you are reminded that your alma mater is a very special place, and is committed to tradition, honor, and excellence.
This special section of our web site is designed to provide you with information about the Alumni Advisory Council, Alumni Awards, as well as a resource to share news with us, read SMH publications, or order transcripts.
For more information, contact Director of Alumni Relations, Enrichment, and Events Laura Baker at (210) 483-9218 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our highest alumni honors: the Distinguished Alumni Award and the Momentum Award.
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Laura Baker has been at Saint Mary's Hall since 2009. Contact her at (210) 483-9218 or email@example.com.
Saint Mary’s Hall is known for its stellar fine arts program, which has continued to shine brightly even in the midst of the pandemic. In the face of the challenges brought forth by COVID-19, our Tobin Fine Arts School and its students have continued to thrive and persevere. In an effort to maintain the safety of our community, the program’s arts offerings have pivoted to the virtual world, but still provide students innovative and creative ways to express themselves through their respective art forms.
Today we hosted our first ever Virtual Grand Day at Saint Mary’s Hall. While we missed seeing our grandparents in person this year at one of our most time-honored traditions, we were excited to celebrate with our grandparents with a fun and creative virtual experience.
The year 2020 was fraught with events that seemed hard to understand or overcome. The same words kept reverberating around the community: uncertainty, change, challenges, strength, grit, and perseverance.
The pandemic has changed our way of life, yet it has also created opportunities for our community to find ways to support each other. SMH students have shown resilience and have created new initiatives to connect with each other.
The qualities and skills indicative of the rank of Eagle Scout are based on the tenets of leadership, character development, citizenship, and physical fitness. These tenets are also reflective of the caliber of character for which Saint Mary’s Hall students are known.