Alumnae Headquarters

The Alumnae Association believes that 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. Share your latest news with us by Oct. 31. Submissions will be published in a new version of The Bridge each January.

Attend an Event

The best way to connect with St. Margaret's is to attend an event.

Give a Gift

Contributing to the Annual Fund allows St. Margaret's to continue to be a leader among girls' schools, enhancing the educational experience you once enjoyed enjoyed.

Meet the Board

The Alumnae Association is made up of over 2,000 alumnae and led by a team of officers who hold two-year terms.

Get Involved

Stay connected to St. Margaret’s. Share your latest news, visit campus, volunteer and follow us on social media.

Meet the Development Team

Alongside the Alumnae Board, the Development Team administers the day-to-day operations of alumnae relations.

Shop for Merchandise

Shop on our online store for your own Scottie Pride gear, or perhaps something for the holidays.

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.


Alumnae Connection

Volume II November 2018 | Staying Connected
October was a fun-filled month at St. Margaret's and we want to share some highlights with you.

Thank you to all runners, walkers, and volunteers who joined us for the Fortson 5K River Run. A special thanks goes to this year's Chair, Mary Catherine Sargeant '08.

We also had a busy month with events in Richmond. We held our annual Golden Thistle luncheon at Westminster Canterbury, and then later in the month, we had a great time at the home of Pettus and Ellen LeCompte '71, who hosted our Leadership Donor reception.

Learn more about Volume II November 2018 | Staying Connected

News at St. Margaret's

St. Margaret's Daingerfield Merit Scholarship Makes a Difference For Girls

The Daingerfield Merit Scholarship provides funding to exceptional girls from around the region who apply to attend St. Margaret's School as day students during grades 8-10.

"We are so grateful to St. Margaret's for the Daingerfield scholarship," said Kia Ware. The Ware's daughter is a now a junior and has attended St. Margaret's since 9th grade "Not only is it a tremendous honor for us that the school faculty thinks so highly of our daughter's character and academic performance, but it gives parents much needed help with tuition and budgeting for their entire high school experience at SMS."

Learn more about St. Margaret's Daingerfield Merit Scholarship Makes a Difference For Girls