You will not find a more quaint landscape of painted tiles and stucco nestled into a magnificent ocean-side setting anywhere in the world. Yet, Santa Catalina's heart and soul is you, me, our classmates, and those who preceded and followed us.
The future of Santa Catalina, of course, lies with present and prospective students. We all are Santa Catalina. We all were and are fortunate to have Santa Catalina touch our lives.
I am so excited to be a part of the Alumnae Association this year as president. A huge thank you to Tracy Miller Hass ’75 who set such a high standard in guiding the Alumnae Association over the last nine years. Tracy has been a pleasure to work with on the Alumnae Board, and her mentorship has been invaluable to me and others. We are fortunate that Tracy will continue her work at Santa Catalina as a member of the Board of Trustees.
Please do visit our Santa Catalina Alumnae website. If you haven’t registered, please take a moment to do so. The website will enhance your ability to connect with School and former classmates.
As a member of the Alumnae Association, the innumerable possibilities for involvement with the Santa Catalina community are limited only by your time constraints and imagination.
In addition to attending alumnae reunions and regional gatherings, you might speak on campus to students about your work or life experiences and your areas of expertise; serve as a mentor or job contact for a new college graduate; or refer a potential student or camper to school.
Santa Catalina alumnae are a dynamic and talented group of women who have been and will continue to be known for our accomplishments. We all share the common experience of attending a school that stresses not only academic excellence, but spiritual and community awareness.
I encourage you to explore the Santa Catalina website and to visit campus whenever you can. As you will see, the Catalina spirit is alive and thriving!
As a member of our Santa Catalina family, we value you and encourage your participation, comments and suggestions.
Judy McDonald Moses ’86