"Wherever you go, whatever road you may travel,
you will always find a home at the Sacred Heart."
~Life at the Sacred Heart
Hats Off to Young Alumni Graduates
Congratulations to the SHS Class of 2018 as you graduate from high school and the SHS Class of 2014 as you graduate from college. We hope you go as far as you can dream while always staying close to your Sacred Heart home. May you use the power of your education to help create a better future for everyone everywhere.
We love seeing you at events and appreciate your support. There are many ways to be more involved at Sacred Heart: making presentations, reunion planning, lending your name as a host committee member, being a class representative or serving on the Alumni Board. Please email your interest to email@example.com.
Alumni Giving Day is June 24 on the feast of the Sacred Heart. This giving day is all about participation. Our goal is 145 donations in honor of the 145-year history of Sacred Heart Schools. Want to kick it off by giving early here?
Plan to join us for Alumni Weekend when we welcome all alumni home to Sheridan Road. Re-connect, meet fellow alums and celebrate milestone reunion years ending in 2 and 7.
We will share Alumni Weekend details through email, social media and our website. Encourage your classmates to update their contact information so they don't miss out!
Shelia Hammond RSCJ ASH'61 was named Community Life Director at Oakwood, an elder care community of the United States-Canada Province of the Society of the Sacred Heart. Living in Atherton, CA. Come visit!
Melissa Ann Pinney's ASH'71 Portrait of Jael is on exhibit through February 2023 at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC as part of the triennial Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition celebrating excellence in the art of portraiture.
Vicki Olivera Nugent A'73 became a grandmother to Georgia Ann.
Anna Roque Henning ASH'83 moved to Boulder, CO after living in the Washington DC area for over two decades.
Dr. Blanca Plazas Snyder A'94 is Head of Middle School at St. Gabriel's Catholic School in Austin, TX and a mother to two sons and two daughters.
Weston Outlaw H'96 was promoted to Director of Business Services at Cranbrook Schools in Bloomfield Hills, MI, where he now oversees finance and business operations.
Dr. Kristen Ban A'99 was appointed staff surgeon in the Digestive Disease and Surgery Institute at Cleveland Clinic and will be on faculty at Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. She completed medical school and residency at Loyola University Medical Center and her fellowship at Washington University/Barnes Hospital.
Travis Moyer H'00 was appointed Chief Legal Officer at Fyllo, a rapidly scaling start-up with over 150 employees and operations in 3 countries.
Christine Ahern A'02 and Sean Roberts will be married on August 20 in a southwest Michigan brewery surrounded by family and friends and will honeymoon in Portugal and Italy.
Mary DelGrande A'02 received a joint Master of Science and MBA in Healthcare Management from Indiana University. She is a Technical Account Manager at The Vitality Group, a health and wellness company in Chicago.
Ray Tiernan H'05 visited Zion National Park. After a six-month battle to be in stable and good health, he felt good enough physically to explore such an amazing place.
Molly Lawrence A'10 graduated from Northwestern University Medical School and will be a neurology resident at the University of Chicago.
Sidney Chuckas H'13 signed on as a full company member with Ballet BC in Vancouver, British Columbia. He has danced for Brandy, Chance the Rapper, and Paris Jackson, and has created works for stage and screen. At USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance, he minored in Architecture and received an academic scholarship to the Pratt Institute of Design Masters of Architecture program.
Sofi Torres-Kennedy A'13 is living in Bordeaux, France where she is an English Language Assistant. She is creating a digital magazine for children and schools in the United States to provide a new perspective on French life.
Jack Baldwin H'18 and Evie Tsokolas A'18 spoke with our students at the Athletic Award ceremonies. This summer Jack will be racing with the US Olympic Development Team in Portugal and training in Marseille, France, the site for the 2024 Summer Olympics. Then he'll compete on the sailing team at Stanford University. Evie will attend Santa Clara University to study political science and run track.
Madeline Beale-DelVecchio A'20 is loving "the Jo" (Josephinum Academy) and hoping for the best for future students.
Arianna Nebolsky de Ochoa A'20 performed with the Loyola Academy Dance Company at North Shore Center for the Performing Arts.
Brielle Wilson A'20 and Sarah Denny A'20 visited Mary Ann Ligon on campus
Pictured here are Mackenzie Krage A'12, Alexandra O'Grady A'14, Rachel O'Grady A'10 and Caroline O'Grady A'12 with Head of Schools Meg Steele and teacher Mary Ann Ligon at the All Hearts Mass and Reception for parents of alumni and their families.
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Have you moved, switched schools, started a new job, received a degree, married, had a baby, retired, won an award? Share it for the Alumni eNewsletter.
Geoffrey Abbott, father of Matthew Abbott H'90.
Alice Giguere Delaney, mother of Meghan Delaney A'95.
Timm Holt, father of Jennifer Holt ASH'93.
Rev. Joseph F. O'Donnell, CSC H'47, brother of Mary O'Donnell Kusswurm ASH'56, the late Michael O'Donnell H'42 and the late Conrad O'Donnell H'43.
Beatriz "Betty" Olivera, mother of Beatriz M. Olivera ASH'73, Arturo Olivera, Jr. H'71, Maria Victoria Olivera Nugent A'73, and Cristina Olivera Hoffman A'75.
Joseph Sippel, grandfather of Anna Sippel A'08.
Maria Lock Wanamaker ASH'77, mother of Susan Wanamaker A'01 and the late Alexander Wanamaker H'00.
The Sheridan Road Alumni Association sends condolences and prayers to the families. May the departed rest in the peace of the Sacred Heart.
If you would like your loved one to be remembered by the alumni community or if you would like to make a gift in one's memory, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our beloved Mrs. Terry is retiring. She has been a part of the Sacred Heart community since the early 2000s as a teacher of the Kindergarten Bears.
If you were one of her Bears, please sign the digital card to leave a message and wish her well.
Mrs. Terry will receive the card on June 6.
Pictured are the joys of Field Day and the final Congé for 8th graders.
Among the many rich and joyful traditions which make Sacred Heart Schools a place unlike any other is the Society of 1876. Its members are forward-thinking people who support the school and its students through a gift in a will, retirement plan or other asset. We are proud of the alumni, parents and friends who choose to entrust their legacy to us.
If you ever want to talk about your potential interest in doing something similar, please contact Alexandra Voigt, Director of Development, or Margaret Hughes, Alumni Relations.
Stay Connected Via Facebook
The Sheridan Road Alumni Association Facebook Page is a great way to receive updates, share information and connect with other alumni. Hope to see you there!