Rosary Academy students are the next generation of women leaders, inspired by faith. As an all-girls Catholic high school, our young women thrive inside and outside the classroom through a collaborative, supportive, and welcoming environment. Research shows that an all-girls school allows a young woman to increase her confidence, develop leadership skills, and set goals for college and beyond.
We know this to be true because the Women of Rosary exemplify it each day.
Rosary created leadership opportunities and encouraged me to act my age. It fostered sportsmanship and compassion, ultimately instilling self-confidence. Now I am privileged to help people regain their confidence and interact with patients and their families during some of their most traumatic days.
Erin Wilson Berger '05, MS CCC-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist
My experience with Tri-School Theatre and Red & Gold introduced me to a love of "putting on a show" that I carried into college for a degree in Theatre Design and Production. That prepared me for my career with Walt Disney Imagineering, where I continue to help "put on a show" for millions of guests across the globe.
Lacy Reinbold Kelsey '06
Walt Disney Imagineering
Collaboration is absolutely necessary in the entertainment industry. Red & Gold played a huge part in why I am successful at working well with others in a professional setting. The importance of "sisterhood" learned at Rosary has helped me utilize my teamwork skills in my field.
Clarice Ordaz '10
The rigorous academics, dedicated faculty, and myriad of cultural experiences at Rosary fostered my intellectual curiosity and enriched my personal and professional life today.
Jessika Diaz Michael '02, MD