It’s hard to describe the sense of community found at St. Mary’s Academy. Along with our current students and parents, our alumnae are a dynamic part of this school community. Not only do they continue to support St. Mary’s Academy through participation in events or fundraising, they are real-world examples of how the Loretto School Values of faith, community, justice and respect can help shape both personal and professional lives. What’s more, a special bond exists among St. Mary’s Academy graduates, which cements friendships, furthers careers and builds a legacy for future generations. 

Alumnae – over 2,700 women – stay connected to St. Mary’s Academy and classmates by:

Attending events planned throughout the year by the Alumnae Board

• Planning out-of-state gatherings

Volunteering time or expertise

Supporting the Alumnae Annual Fund

To learn more about the St. Mary’s Academy alumnae community, please contact Molly del Monte, Advancement Events Coordinator, at or 303.762.8300 x 283. We’d love to hear from you!

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St. Mary’s Academy has several notable alumnae, including:

Condoleezza Rice ’71, the first African American U.S. Secretary of State

Anne Castle ’69, Assistant Secretary for Water and Science, U.S. Department of the Interior

Jane Lubchenco ’65, the first woman to serve as Chief of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Jane Nady Sigmon '66, Senior Advisor to the Director, Office to Combat Trafficking in Persons, U.S. Department of State

Honorable Ollie Marie-Victoire ’42, California Superior Court Justice