Why I give to
St. Mary

When alumni give back to St. Mary High School, they ensure that we are able to continue providing a quality education to all of our students.  Read more about why our alumni continue to give back to their alma mater.

When alumni give back to St. Mary High School, they ensure that we are able to continue providing a quality education to all of our students.  Read more about why our alumni continue to give back to their alma mater.

St. Mary offers students the opportunity to achieve academic excellence, while reinforcing Catholic values. I have come to truly value and appreciate my own experience as a member of the SMHS Class of ‘60. Consequently, I want to do what I can to enable young scholars to have the benefit I was afforded. In giving back, we help students to realize their ambitions; we encourage them to become exceptional, contributing members of society. I can think of no better way to advance knowledge.

Joan Lipari TidonaClass of 1960

The education and support I received while attending St. Mary High School provided me with the foundation necessary to be successful in college and in my professional life. For me, the religious faculty always went the extra mile to ensure that I achieved my educational as well as my personal goals. My memories from my years at SMH are the reason I give back. It is critical that all Alumni contribute to the scholarship program so that students who want to attend our Alma Mater can do so without causing their family financial hardship.

Nancy Hubsmith RozanceClass of 1973

St. Mary is an institution that sends graduates out into the world better than when they arrived. I recall numerous occurrences as a student and as a graduate where the St. Mary faculty and alumni were available to me and to others in truly selfless acts. These acts are what it means to be a Gael and why the St. Mary community is very tight knit and supportive I am grateful for my experience and friends made at St. Mary. I am equally grateful that I am able to support the current students in their endeavors.

Jason GrahamClass of 1996