Tradition is synonymous with Ursuline High School. Though many years have passed since you walked the halls at 750 Wick Avenue, shared alumni experiences remain. Our students still stand when an adult enters the room and pray the Memorare at the Shrine. And, while the style has changed over the last 105 years, our students still wear uniforms.
Ursuline High School is mindful that our connection to our students does not end at graduation. We make a concerted effort to engage alumni ~ whether by invitations to events such as the Annual Auction or Alumni Golf Outing, the printing of the Alumni Quarterly magazine or by asking them to serve on various committees. These efforts keep our graduates connected with both their Alma Mater and with each other.
The importance of alumni support can never be understated. Their gifts of time and talent enrich our school community. Their generosity of treasure – to the Annual Appeal, Endowment Fund and Capital Projects – provides us with invaluable resources so that Ursuline High School continues to grow and thrive.
Much has changed since 1905 when Mother Vincent O’Connell opened the doors to the Ursuline Academy of the Holy Name of Jesus, a simple day school for girls In the ensuing 100 years, we admitted boys, added a new building while educating students in the Ursuline tradition. We are now 19,000 alumni strong. And we’ve added many new ways to communicate with our graduates: a weekly e-newsletter, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin – vehicles of communication that the Ursuline Sisters could not even have imagined in 1905. While many things have changed, there are many constants ~ our loyal alumni who while giving back are paying it forward. This support for a school that they love will surely keep the Ursuline tradition alive, thriving and a viable option for future generations of young people who right now are simply dreaming about the day when they will be wearing green and gold.
Soli Deo Gloria!
Carolyn L. Korenic
Director of Alumni and Advancement
Class of 1952 Reunion
August 19, 2017 – Holiday Inn – Boardman
Class of 1957 Reunion
August 25-26, 2017 – Holiday Inn – Boardman
More details to follow
Anne Crogan Gardner
Annette DeGaetano Chuirazzi
Class of 1958 Reunion
August 6, 2017 – A La Cart Catering – Canfield
Class of 1965 70th Birthday Party
August 5, 2017 – Mastropietro Winery
Class of 1967 Reunion
September 3, 2017
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Hall
Visit us on Facebook: Ursuline High School Class of 1967
Class of 1968 50th Class Reunion
Tentative Plans for July 2018 – Interested? Contact one of the classmates below
Contact: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Class of 1970 65th Birthday
July 15, 2017 – The Grille Room at Avalon Lakes Resort
Contact: Tony Tringhese
Class of 1975 60th Birthday
More details forthcoming
Contact: Bob Rusbackybobrusbacky@gmail.com
Class of 1977 Reunion
Class of 1997 Reunion
- Form a working committee.
- Call the Office of Alumni and Advancement for your class list
- Send your classmates a postcard to gauge interest. Based on the results, begin planning
- Select a location, choose a menu, set the price
- Book a photographer, band and/or DJ.
- Notify the Alumni Office so that your reunion notice will be listed in the Quarterly and on the website
Need help in preparing your invitation?
The Alumni Office can help.
- Ursuline letterhead – $20.00
- Ursuline envelopes – $25.00
- Postcards – $30.00
- Postage per piece ($.47 and $.34 postcards)
- Mailing labels – $20.00
- Service charge – $20.00
Charges for letterhead, envelopes and postcards will be adjusted based on your class size