The Alumnae Association believes every alumna has something to contribute. It provides opportunities for alumnae to connect with each other, to the St. Margaret's community, and supports its members by encouraging participation, sharing resources, celebrating traditions, and building pride. Some of our young alumnae made selfie videos about their experiences at St. Margaret's. Hear what they have to say.
Danielle Hamilton '18 & Heather McMahon '18
Stephanie Zheng '18
Arianna Ceballos '18
Nhi Luong '17
Saetbyull Park '17
Lexi Robinson '17
Emma Krusz '16
Ronajah Holmes '15
Marilyn Orcutt '15
Catherine Chappell '12
The best way to connect with St. Margaret's is to attend an event.
Alumnae Weekend, 2020 - Suspended Due to COVID-19
Contributing to the The Sisterhood Fund allows St. Margaret's to continue to be a leader among girls' schools, enhancing the educational experience you once enjoyed enjoyed.
The Alumnae Association is made up of over 2,000 alumnae and led by a team of officers who hold two-year terms.
Stay connected to St. Margaret’s. Share your latest news, visit campus, volunteer and follow us on social media.
Alongside the Alumnae Board, the Development Team administers the day-to-day operations of alumnae relations.
Thistle, our magazine and The Bridge, our newsletter are each produced annually. They share stories about what's happening on campus and news about students, staff, alumnae, and friends of our community. Please contact the Office of Development if you would like to subscribe to these free publications.
Students at St. Margaret's School took full advantage of Minimester 2019, a two week experiential learning opportunity, which integrated hands-on science, technology, engineering, and art (STEAM) courses in a variety of cross-curricular topics