We would like to congratulate seniors Calla B., Taleen B., and Sarah D. for being named Commended Students in the 2024 National Merit Scholarship Program.
“SUA has an almost tangible atmosphere of positivity. It’s based on creating bonds to facilitate education, but the environment is about so much more than just education. St. Ursula creates well-rounded, supportive leaders who love what they do and are free to pursue whatever that may be.”
Liz Newsom ’21
“St. Ursula is more than a school for our daughter. SUA is a place where she feels secure, unstoppable, and authentic. She is nurtured in her abilities, unstoppable in whatever she dreams to do, and where she can be her authentic self without judgement or limits!”
Jeff and Tori ’92 Crowell, Parents
“Having no natural sisters, I'm not sure I would ever have understood the depth of friendship, empathy, and love [that comes from being part of the SUA sisterhood]. My life built its foundation on these truths.”
Char Wolfe Windsor ’69
“I have been able to find a second home at St. Ursula where I know that everyone here is always cheering me on and helping me become the best version of myself. I wouldn’t trade my time at St. Ursula for anything.”
Gretchen ShopE '22
“I am truly grateful for my SUA education. I want to give a special shout-out to the English department. The teachers prepared me for a collegiate level of expectations, and I feel completely capable in the 'weed-out' classes in all departments of my college. I have been successful in my classes because of the skills I learned at SUA: accountability, time-management, and resilience, to name a few. Also, I want to praise SUA's block scheduling! It is immensely helpful in transferring smoothly to college.”
Holly Shade '20
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Miss Amy Muszynski, SUA's social studies department chair and a teacher in the JA and high school, won the Chick-fil-A Teacher of the Year award for her dedication to students and her famous love for the company’s products.
Senior Kathryn Amend earned National Honor Society (NHS) Scholarship Semifinalist accolades, which includes an award of $3,200 towards higher education. The NHS grants $2 million in scholarships each year to approximately 600 students nationwide.
Debbie Lisk and Jeremy Schneider looked around Lutheran Social Services emergency food pantry off Collingwood Boulevard and decided it was time for a change...
Two St. Ursula Academy juniors, Anna Harms and Kylee Quicker, spent the last seven weeks raising money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) of Northern Ohio through the “Student Visionaries of the Year” campaign.