Over the next five weeks, we will have lots of fun competitions, themes and prizes, so please keep checking back for updates. This campaign not only raises funds for the Scholarship Fund but is also a GREAT excuse to reach out to classmates to reconnect. Let’s all use the power of communication whether it be by social media, text, phone, email or carrier pigeon to spread the word all while having fun.
Since 1960, Alverno Heights Academy has educated more than 4,500 girls throughout the San Gabriel Valley and surrounding communities. Our beloved campus has served as a second home to these young women — a place where they can learn, thrive, grow, and be “empowered to be exactly the person they want to be.”
Our philosophy at Alverno has always been to give our students the skills they need to be independent and strong, and to instill in them the importance of social justice and giving back to the community through service to others.
We are dedicated to making an Alverno educationavailable to all young women who have their hearts and minds set on attending our school, including the many students who would not normally be afforded these opportunities. This dedication and commitment to our students means that we must be willing to provide financial assistance when needed, and that is why our Scholarship Fund is so important! It bridges the financial gap for qualifying students, making the dream of an Alverno education a reality for so many outstanding young women!
Please join your Alverno classmates as we come together to meet our goal of raising $30,000 for the Scholarship Fund!
We appreciate each and every one of you and the important role you play in Alverno’s history, as well as our future! Alverno Heights Academy is an amazing school and we are so proud to be able to share the Alverno experience with our students, thanks to the support of our committed alumnae who recognize the importance of supporting our Scholarship Fund! Click here to donate to the Alumnae Campaign today!
Director of Alumnae Relations and Advancement