The Alumnae Association at Villa Maria represents more than 140 years of graduates who were educated in the values and morals of the Sister Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Every woman who graduates from Villa Maria has been inducted into a unique sisterhood that lasts a lifetime. We are connected to one another through tradition, excellence, and pride, and the Association helps us maintain and strengthen our ties to the school community and to each other.
We strive to cultivate our newest members, while celebrating the accomplishments of so many exceptional women who have come before them. We contribute to the advancement of the current school in ways that support the long-term sustainability and reputation of our Alma Mater.
Some Ways to Get Involved
There are many opportunities for alumnae both near and far to become actively involved in alumnae programs at Villa Maria Academy.
Class Representatives are a vital part of Villa Maria Academy and are among the most active and visible volunteers of the school. As liaisons between the school and their class, the representatives promote attendance at alumnae events and contact classmates for the various activities sponsored by the Alumnae Association and the school.
Alumnae Board Member
Alumnae are encouraged to become active members of the Board. The Board meets officially four times a year. Special meetings may be called if necessary. The members of the Board are responsible for the planning of Alumnae events that will engage and gather various interests of our alumnae. If you can’t commit to four meetings a year, you can also help serve on a committee to help brainstorm and implement events.
The Villa Fund
Annual Giving, our ongoing fundraising program, provides an essential component of the school’s operating funds and sustains academic excellence at Villa Maria. Alumnae support is of critical importance to the success of the Annual Fund each year. Your participation also helps to showcase the commitment and belief our graduates have in the education they received as young adults.