At Saint Mary’s School, we challenge girls academically – to be BOLD, to be INSPIRED, to be PREPARED, and to become EXTRAORDINARY.
When girls enroll at Saint Mary's School, they are a part of a long legacy of women – alumnae who come from every walk of life; from across the United States and around the world. Here, girls are accepted and empowered in their learning; to grow spiritually and socially. They are recognized for their unique talents, passions, and interests – and those yet to be discovered. They also grow in confidence, amplify their voices, and discover who they want to become.
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Saint Mary’s celebrates 15th annual African American Read-In
Saint Mary’s School celebrated its 15th annual African American Read-In (AARI), in assembly in Saint Mary's Chapel, Monday, Feb. 6, 2023, produced and presented by the Black Student Union, the Bookmark Club, the Creative Writing Club, the English Department, and Kenan Library. The African American Read-In is a student-led annual event presented during Black History Month to highlight African American poets, activists, authors, musicians, artists, and others. This year’s theme is Black Girl Joy, A Celebration of African American Literature.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrated at Saint Mary’s School
Saint Mary’s students, faculty, and staff celebrated the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during a day of observation, learning, and service, Jan. 16, 2023. From keynote speaker Stephanie Woolley-Pigues, aunt of Chloe Pigues ’23, to empowering workshops by various women who demonstrate excellence in their careers, to an artistic Stars of Hope community service project, this commemoration touched the hearts and minds of each member of the Saint Mary’s community. In this article, Belles student newspaper staff members describe their takeaways from some of the sessions.