The EdChoice Scholarship Program is expanding in Ohio and more students are now available to receive significant tuition scholarships to attend St. Ursula Academy. Now, even more families in Ohio are eligible for a state scholarship worth $4,650 per year (for middle school) or $6,000 per year (for high school).
“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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SUA celebrated National Letter of Intent Signing Day on November 14. Courtney Coffman will play golf at Davenport University and Morgan Bowers will play softball at Kent State University.
Congratulations to senior Sydney Henninger! Her white charcoal drawing, "Buddy Boy," was accepted into a juried show, Artists 4 Animals 5. She also received a juror's award for the piece.
Congratulations to our athletes who were recognized as All-TRAC athletes for the fall sports season!
Teamwork earned SUA’s 200-freestyle-relay swim team members a state championship last winter, and teamwork brings the four students—Catherine Kight ’19, Molly Dynda ’21, Corinne Staneart ’21, and Audrey Cesar ’21—together again to present their message at the Be The Force: Empower Yourself summit for young women.