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Christine Schmidt (left) is pictured with Madonna Lee Edmunds, who retired as Woodlands Academy’s principal last summer. Schmidt, who started the current school year as interim principal, recently was named the school’s new principal.

Saying it had become abundantly clear that Christine Schmidt, who’d served as interim principal since the start of the current school year, is the right person for the job at this point in Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart’s history, Head of School Meg Steele has made it official by removing the word “interim” from Schmidt’s title.

 

April 27 marked the beginning of the 41st Associated Alumnae & Alumni of the Sacred Heart National Conference (AASH), which included three afternoon panels featuring alumni of Sacred Heart schools who are making an impact in arts and entertainment, technology and as Olympic athletes.

The "Creating the Future with Technology" panel, led by retired longtime Convent & Stuart Hall dean and faculty member Joanna Gallegos, featured an impressive lineup of industry leaders, including two Convent & Stuart Hall alumni:

Members of Woodlands Academy’s student-led chamber choir Microscope are shown with the Gold award they won at a recent WorldStrides OnStage event in Boston. Director Shi Yu Wang, a senior from Beijing, China, holds the plaque.

Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart received best music department designation along with other top awards at the WorldStrides OnStage Heritage Festival, April 21-23, in Boston.

 

Photo credit: Howard Levin

Twenty-one Convent & Stuart Hall representatives, selected from all four divisions through an application process last spring, traveled to Cuba on a first-of-its-kind study trip over winter break.

Photo credit: Max Depatie, Grade 12

On a week-long trip to Italy, high school students explored sprawling Roman ruins, ancient architecture, art museums, cultural landmarks and the world's smallest country, Vatican City.

Katie Ledecky Inducted Into Maryland Women's Hall of Fame

 

 

 

 

 

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