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Welcome Alumnae! It is an exciting time for Carrollton and its alumnae as we celebrate the school’s past, present and future. We invite you to explore the homepage and take advantage of its communication resources so you can better connect with the school and one another. In addition, so we can keep the alumnae community current, please be sure to update your personal information by clicking Update Your Information.

 
We are excited to feature new alumnae events.  To view these events and their dates, please visit the Events Calendar.
 
We welcome you to build an even stronger connection to the Carrollton community by volunteering. There are a variety of alumnae volunteer opportunities offered throughout the year for all to enjoy. Please click on Volunteer Opportunities for more information.
 
Please contact the Alumnae Office with questions, suggestions and/or ideas.  We love hearing from you and look forward to seeing you soon and welcoming you back home!
 
 
Alumnae Online Directory
 
The Alumnae Online Directory provides alumnae the opportunity to instantly update their contact, college and career information.  In addition, it serves as an excellent resource to reconnect with fellow alumnae. For any questions please email mcgarcia@carrollton.org. Enjoy!

Latest School News

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  • The Feast of St. Rose Philippine Duchesne

    Isabel Singletary
    The Feast of Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne might have looked a little different this year due to recommended health guidelines, yet it was celebrated with every bit of the Sacred Heart traditions held dear by students and adults alike.
    Grade Three performed a touching St. Philippine play under the aptly named Duchesne Oak with groups of parents in attendance, all masked and socially distant. The Intermediate girls enjoyed their cupcake goûter, and the entire school participated via live stream in the beautiful mass celebrated by Father Vallee from St. Hugh Catholic Church.
    The personal reflection on Saint Philippine given at the mass by a senior officer in campus ministry, Natalia Ruan ‘21, reminded everyone of St. Philippine’s courage and steadfastness. Her perseverance and humility overcame enormous obstacles to give rise to the Society of the Sacred Heart in the Americas. The example of her determination and unyielding faith can serve us all well during these times of uncertainty caused by the continuing health crisis. We join the rest of the Sacred Heart family in honoring her this November 18th.
  • The Feast of Mater Admirabilis

    In October, we celebrate the Feast of Mater Admirabilis, a fresco which has captured the hearts of all Sacred Heart communities around the world for years. This fresco created by Pauline Perdrau, a young RSCJ, was once considered unappealing, but eventually became well known and praised. In fact, St. Madeleine Sophie Barat insisted that a rendering of the image be placed in every school around the world so that no matter what school in whatever part of the world you were in, once you enter a Sacred Heart school, Mater would welcome you home.
     
    This image of her portrays a youthful Mary with symbols of hope, dedication and purity which stem from her faith in and relationship with God. Students, alumnae and educators alike have benefitted for her daily presence, and their relationship with Mater deepens as they come to understand her more. Read Mrs. Heather Gillingham-Rivas’s reflection on Mater to understand how the intimate bond with Our Lady is a life-long gift students receive as members of the Sacred Heart community.
     
    This year our Carrollton celebration of Mater looked a little different with the view of an empty church as students and families live streamed mass from home, but we were still together in heart and mind. May Mater serve as our example, that in the midst of everything going on through this pandemic, that we have the peace, wisdom and patience of Mater to navigate through it all.
     
    Click here if you’d like to stream a recording of the all school Mater mass.
  • Virtual Graduation for the Class of 2020

    On Thursday, August 30th, the Carrollton community came together to virtually honor the graduating class of 2020. Surrounded by their family at home and friends on their screens, they recognized the many accomplishments and obstacles their class overcame. Although not the ideal celebration, the senior class inspired us with their resilience, courage and grace to accept the things they cannot change. The ceremony still included many essential components, like speeches delivered by senior class members, Daniela Rabassa and Josephine Williams, which you can read below, as well as new touches like the presentation of the Senior Awards. These awards are known as the Plaque Awards, which are distinct honors that are typically published in the graduation program. Here are the recipients:

    Four Year Scholarship Award in Dance - Dibe Marie Di Gregorio
    Four Year Scholarship Award in the Visual Arts - Catherine Zurfluh
    Four Year Scholarship Award in English - Caroline Culmo
    Four Year Scholarship Award in English - Natalie Giustini
    Four Year Scholarship Award in History - Khushi Saigal
    Four Year Scholarship Award in French - Alessandra Diamond
    Four Year Scholarship Award in Mandarin - Caroline Culmo
    Four Year Scholarship Award in Spanish - Alexandra Von der Goltz
    Four Year Scholarship in Mathematics - Nina Paneque
    Four Year Scholarship Award in Religious Studies - Karina Mora
    Four Year Scholarship Award in Science - Marissa Montadas 
    Four Year Scholarship in Social Justice - Genevieve Barquet
    Four Year Scholarship Award in Robotics, Engineering & Comp. Science - Alexandra Von der Goltz
    The Natalie Papadam 2000 Carrollton Citizenship Award - Julia Sariol 
    The Alumnae Award - Ana Garcia Velez
    Janet Erskine Stuart Award for Academic Achievement - Natalia St. Hilaire-Brice
    Philippine Duchesne Faculty Award - Khushi Saigal
    St. Madeleine Sophie Barat Award for Academic Excellence - Gabriela Garity

    The Carrollton community is extremely proud of the class of 2020, and knows that they will continue to achieve great things in their next journey! We cannot wait to welcome them back home as alumnae! Congratulations to the class of 2020!

    Click HERE to read Upper School Director, Hillary Feerick-Hillenbrand's Speech
    Click HERE to read Daniela Rabassa's Graduation Speech
    Click HERE to read Josephine Williams' Graduation Speech
  • Founders Society 2019-2020 - Thank You!

    Last week we celebrated our Founders. The Founders Society at Carrollton is a recognition program developed to honor and celebrate the commitment of our donors. Founders are leaders and visionaries whose generous leadership gifts are invested in the future of Carrollton. 
     
    Guided by the strength of our faith and community, their generosity continues to be a light in the darkness.
     
    THANK YOU
     
    If you would like to learn more about becoming a Founder or would like to make your Founders gift, click here or contact arepine@carrollton.org.
  • To the Class of 2020

    Senior Class of 2020 Video

    Members of the Carrollton community created messages to the Class of 2020 which were compiled into a single video. You can see the video on the Carrollton Post YouTube channel here.


     
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Upcoming Alumnae Events

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"For the sake of one child, I would have founded the Society."
-Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat