Express your school spirit with shirts and accessories.
Santa Catalina School has over 4,000 alumnae worldwide. This powerful network of women spans the decades from the first graduates of 1953 to our most recent graduates who become alumnae at the end of each May.
We invite all alumnae to connect with school and each other through our:
We look forward to seeing you at one of our many gatherings that take place on campus, around the country, and abroad through our numerous chapters.
Throughout the year, Santa Catalina welcomes alumnae to campus. If you are in town, please visit and see all the wonderful things taking place at your alma mater.
Gretchen Mueller Burke '83, '79 LS
Director of Alumnae/i Relations and Major Gifts
Santa Catalina continues to be the cornerstone of my life; from career, relationships, family, and community, there is an unwavering passion for growth, excellence, and service.
Munson is a lifelong Santa Catalina alumnae volunteer and a founder of the Santa Catalina Alumnae Association.
Hixon is a conservationist and philanthropist dedicated to protecting the environment and advancing the arts in her home state of Texas.
Endowment allows class to tour Bay Area museums, private galleries.
The women talk about leadership, taking risks, and being open to change.
Activities and workshops let girls explore areas of mind, body, and spirit.