Hello again to our beloved alumnae!
We are thrilled to continue publishing our alumnae newsletter this year. (If you have not received it, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your updated email or look to see if it may have landed in the spam or junk inbox of your email provider.) In a time when community is vital, we can't think of a better way to reconnect with the incredible women who have made St. Lucy's the esteemed institution it is.
The Regent Light will be published monthly and show up directly to your email. How convenient is that! This space is dedicated to strengthening our relationships with one another and keeping up-to-date with our Alma Mater. You'll have the chance to read about current happenings with students, stay in the know about our faculty and learn more about your Regent sisters.
Our motto of Lux, Veritas, Pax- Light, Truth, and Peace is reflected through our students every day in the classroom, on the athletic field, or in service to their community. As we leave St. Lucy's we carry these traits close to our heart. We are blessed to be part of your journey as you've grown into spiritual, educated, integrated, and collaborative women leaders of the world.
For nearly 60 years, our number one priority has been and always will be to offer superior academic and spiritual education to our students that respect the selfless investment that parents make to provide an exemplary education for their daughter. Staying in touch with the women who have experienced St. Lucy's Priory High School is an important part to honoring your commitment as an alumna. Thank you for sharing your stories with us and being invested in the young women of tomorrow. We can't wait to see what comes of this reimagined publishing!
Regents for life!
As part of the Regent Light, we look forward to highlighting one fabulous alumnae in each newsletter. This is an opportunity to reconnect our alumna with one another and with St. Lucy’s. The idea is that we can feature some of their amazing work, how St. Lucy’s helped to give them the skills to accomplish those, and open communication with our alums. There is also a chance to create a mentorship program between these alumnae and current upperclassmen who are interested in a similar field of work.
If you are interested in sharing your story or know a fellow Regent whom we should feature, reach out to Michaela Marker ‘13 at email@example.com.