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A blog by Ms. Claudia Rodarte, English and Religion Departments November 6, 2016 was no ordinary Sunday. It was St. John of God’s Christmas Boutique and my event to run as PTO Parent. After weeks of planning, the day had arrived.  The excitement and hopes for a successful fundraiser were palpable. Indeed, it turned out […]

A blog by Ms. Denise Tymon, Curriculum Director and Social Studies Department Chair  Every election year, citizens of the United States will read about the electoral college or hear about it in the news and then the subject is forgotten until the next election year. The electoral college has made some election years, such as […]

There’s no doubt that the faculty and staff at Alverno Heights Academy are a group of compassionate, intelligent, committed, and creative individuals. Every day they come to work and dedicate themselves to our mission of empowering each young woman to be exactly the person she wants to be. While they do their jobs with the […]

Alverno Heights Academy proudly celebrates Catholic Schools Week as a recognition of “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service” Catholic Schools Week is a wonderful time to appreciate the influence that communities such as the one here at Alverno Heights Academy have had on young students. As an independent and progressive Catholic institution, we continuously […]

Head of School Ms. Julia Fanara welcomed Bishop David G. O’Connell and explained why we consider ourselves a “progressive” Catholic school. This past week we celebrated our social justice Liturgy with Bishop David G. O’Connell who was new to Alverno Heights Academy. In my closing remarks I shared the following with him and the community: […]

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