Impact Stories

SUA Faculty: Best in Class

“I am so grateful to be at a school that provides direction and support while allowing me the freedom to meet the needs of my students in creative ways,” says Carol Burns, a physics teacher at Saint Ursula Academy. More

SUA Grad Makes a Difference in Students’ Lives

“Katherine has made a positive impact in the Saint Ursula community and we are confident she will continue to shine her light at Purdue University,” says Dr. Mari Thomas, Saint Ursula Academy Principal. “We can’t wait to see what she accomplishes next!” More

SUA Student Advocates for Student Mental Health

“Her passion for mental health awareness and suicide prevention, excellent communication skills and professional demeanor set her apart. The Grant Us Hope high school internship program is another way Hope Squad Members can amplify their voice while expanding their leadership skills to create impact across the state.” More

Making Dreams Come True

"I'm filled with gratitude and appreciation because I have the opportunity to attend the school of my dreams and one of the best all-girls high schools in Cincinnati." More

Cynthia Heinrich ’66 and Husband Nicholas Payne

"My husband was impressed with St. Angela Merici (he is not Catholic, but liked her spirit) and we visited her homes in Desenzano & Brescia, Italy. We put the school in our estate plan because I am an alumna and a proud member of the Saint Ursula sisterhood." More

Patricia McCormick Buckley ’68 and Mary Kay Pastura Hauser ’68

"As alumnae of the Class of 1968, we have fond memories of our high schools years at Saint Ursula Academy and we are proud to remember Saint Ursula by pledging a Planned Gift in our wills." More

Critical Thinkers

"We are incredibly proud of Kellie, who has taken the faith and academic lessons she learned at Saint Ursula Academy and is using her voice and her talents to build a better, more just world," said Dr. Mari Thomas, principal at Saint Ursula Academy. More

SUA Graduates are Leaders in Action

In the midst of this pandemic, we have not altered our commitment to empower each student to become a woman of faith, integrity and courage committed to building a better world. We are proud of our graduates who are working on the front lines, making a difference in the lives of those affected by COVID-19. More

Building a Better World

Megan credits Saint Ursula Academy for the courageous spirit that was instilled within her many years ago and made her career path possible. She recalls a favorite memory of her head cross country coach, Dan Bird, who made sure each girl felt like part of the team, or part of the family. More