Holy Names Academy Alumnae
Founded in 1880 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, Holy Names Academy is an independent Catholic school for young women in grades 9-12 with an enrollment of 692.
The Academy has been recognized four times by the U.S. Department of Education as a Blue Ribbon School. It offers a strong college preparatory curriculum and serves young women of diverse ethnic, economic, and religious backgrounds. Holy Names Academy has graduated over 10,000 students.
We are now accepting nominations for the Distinguished Teaching Award, which is presented annually to one member of the teaching faculty at HNA. It is an opportunity for the HNA community to recognize a teacher who has had an extraordinary impact on the education of Academy students.
Click on the Google Doc below to submit your nomination (no later than Friday, March 3, please). Teachers not eligible for this year’s award are the three most recent winners: Ms. Kim Ficele-Bowen (last year ’s honoree), Mr. Sean Harris-Campf (2015), and Mr. Matt Merlino (2014).
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Catch up with your classmates at the annual HNA Alumnae Luncheon on March 4, 2017, at 11:00 a.m. at the Seattle Golf Club. There will be a prize for the class with the highest attendance, great raffle baskets, merchandise for purchase, and a delicious lunch.
We will honor Erin Terzieff ’95 as the 2017 Distinguished Alumna for her work educating children on the Thailand/Burma border. Erin runs the nonprofit organization All You Need is Love; a video of her work can be seen here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/oci9n1sdchern02/AYNIL%20Cribs%20-%20Good%20Morning%20School.mp4?dl=0.
Reservations are required, and space fills up quickly. Register online at the following link: https://www.holynames-sea.org/pages/benefit/20.
Looking forward to seeing you!
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Happy Friday! Check out the beautiful view from St. Joe's Alcove this morning!
Angela Rye '98 will be speaking at the Museum of Pop Culture's fourth annual Through the Eyes of Art on February 3, 2017. Tickets are on sale at MoPOP.org.
mopop.org Presented by MoPOP and Brandkings, the city’s premier Black History Month Celebration will feature a speech by CNN correspondent and Seattle native Angela Rye, live performances from Owuor Arunga and Josephine Howell, and a special reunion show by Seattle hip-hop group Ghetto Children.
Madison Thomas '15, a sophomore at Georgetown University, was recently featured in Teen Vogue for her work as the National Coordinator for College Engagement for the Women’s March on Washington on January 21!
teenvogue.com There's a way for students to make their voices heard.
There will be a Memorial Mass for Sister Ethna O’Doherty ’36 (Sister Cecelia Miriam) on Wednesday, January 11 at 8:45 a.m. at St. Anne’s Church. The Memorial Mass will be followed by a reception.
Sister Ethna died on December 17, 2016 in Marylhurst, Oregon. She was 97 years old and had been a sister for 73 years. Sister Ethna worked at HNA from 1960 – 1978 and again from 1987 – 1999. She lived and did her ministry most recently at St. Anne’s and before that, St. James Cathedral.
If you are in the Classes of 2007 - 2016, we hope to see you tomorrow at the Young Alumnae Holiday Social from 3-5 p.m. at HNA. We will have food, photos, raffle drawings for gift cards, and prizes for the class with the highest attendance. Start your holiday celebrations early, and come home to the Dome! #domefortheholidays
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