SUA teacher Caitlin Shawaker co-founded an Art Advocacy Program through Bittersweet Farms to teach young adults with autism to create and sell artwork. SUA seniors, Sarah Brown and Ellie White, have been program volunteers throughout the summer
“SUA has made me realize that I can achieve anything and everything. Whether I want to be a writer or a doctor, I can do anything with my life because I am that well rounded.”
Alhana Khobeir ’12
“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
“In many ways, St. Ursula Academy is so much more than a school. We are a community of faith: faith in God, in each other, and in our student’s potential. Within the arts, I hope to inspire and encourage my students to grow into empowered individuals, curious for knowledge and ready for new creative challenges.”
Caitlin Shawaker, art teacher
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Congratulations to all the St. Ursula Academy athletes who were recognized as All-TRAC athletes for the 2018-2019 spring sports season!
Ninety-four members of the St. Ursula Academy Class of 2019 graduated at the Toledo Museum of Art Peristyle Concert Hall on Sunday, May 26, 2019.
The following is a complete list of the Class of 2019's college acceptances...
On March 25, 2019, St. Ursula Academy juniors Caroline Scott and Savannah Hinojosa were honored at the Monsignor Jerome E. Schmidt 21st Annual Youth Foundation Dinner. Caroline received the Bishop James R. Hoffman Scholarship and Savannah the Harold M. Lincoln Scholarship.