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Alumna of the Year

The Carondelet High School Alumna of the Year award is presented to an alumna whose values and accomplishments are consistent with the mission, core values, and ideals of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, the founders of Carondelet High School.

Nominate a deserving Carondelet alumna.

The Carondelet Alumnae Association, in collaboration with the Carondelet High School administration, will consider an alumna whose personal, professional, and social accomplishments reflect the core values of Carondelet while bringing honor and distinction to herself, her alma-mater and her community through her positive presence in the world.

The alumna of the year exemplifies a woman of heart, faith, and courage who will serve as an inspiration for future generations. She is a strong female leader who conducts herself with a spirit of empathy and excellence, not only in her demonstrated field of endeavor, but in her service to others as well.

Alumna of the Year Nomination Form

Past Alumnae of the Year

2019: Mary Fichtenkort McFarland ’77
2018: Julie Reid Duncan ’87
2017: Angela Varian Schroeter ’88
2016: Debrenia Madison-Smith ’73
2015: Joan Baker McNamee ’69
2014: Mary Beth Kulawiec Dittrich ’79
2013: Christine Sabatte Logan ’73
2012: Charlene Teuschel ’79
2011: Cherie Hughes Soza ’82
2010: Nancy O’Malley ’71
2009: Carolyn Bartlett ’82
2008: Liza Ravazza ’72
2007: Kathleen T. Farley ’72
2006: Beverly Spurs, DPM ’75
2005: Nancy Kelley Libby ’76
2004: Elaine Bomben Vecchi ’72
2003: Joni Enea-Lopez ’70

Carondelet Mission

Carondelet High School inspires excellence by preparing young women to live with heart, faith and courage in the Catholic tradition and spirit of the Sisters of St. Joseph.

Core Values

Inspire Joy and Gratitude - Live with appreciation, listen and assume the best in others. Make time for reflection, renewal, and laughter.
Deliver Excellence - Bring your best every day. Think. Take risks, persevere, take responsibility, and be accountable. Expand your potential and make a difference.
Embrace Possibility - Courageously seek innovative solutions in serving the dear neighbor. Anticipate the future, thirst for knowledge, learn something new every day, and cultivate creativity. Believe that all things are possible.
Model Humble Leadership - Honor diversity, value different perspectives, embrace unity, and reconciliation, model and inspire integrity, and empower others to excel. Be humble, passionate, and commit to growing spiritually.

More Than High School.

Her School.

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