It is time to start a new tradition on the Hill and in the Boarding hall. Flintridge Sacred Heart invites you to attend the Residential Life Reunion on Tuesday, January 26, 2020 at 5 p.m. PST to relive life on the Hill and in the boarding hall. The event will include residential life updates, photos from your time and through the many years the hall doors have been open, videos and story sharing, and an opportunity to share the stories you have. This is an event you won't want to miss! Please share photos and stories you have from your time in the Halls to firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 25, 2021 | 6 p.m. PST Join the club— the book club, that is! Our new Alumnae Reads program will celebrate global literature, Tolog authors and trending best-sellers, as lively discussions ensue via Zoom. Alumnae from across the country - and around the world - will cuddle up with specially picked page-turners, provided compliments of Flintridge Sacred Heart. From timely topics to lighthearted laughs, we can only imagine the lessons we'll learn and the connections we'll build. After all, these stories are just the start.
For the first time, Coffee With 12 Tologs will randomly unite members from all walks of the Flintridge Sacred Heart community, building connections and fostering new understanding. Alumnae, faculty members, parents and current students will be sorted into Zoom breakout rooms that represent a mosaic of experiences and interests. From playful prompts to complex questions, helpful advice and walks down memory lane, each diverse virtual attendee will share bits of their unique story— all while sipping their favorite brew, courtesy of the Alumnae Association.
March 29 at 12 p.m. Flintridge Sacred Heart • High School Building
Do you have a career you want to share with current Tologs?
Please register to attend Career Day as a panelist, a Flintridge Sacred Heart Alumnae Association sponsored event. The purpose for this event is to create a highly-structured career awareness activity in which alumnae from a variety of companies come together to share information about their company, their job, and the education and skills that are required for success in their career. This is a fantastic opportunity for our students to learn from you about life after Flintridge Sacred Heart.
Please consider inspiring our Tologs this year at Career Day on Monday, March 29, 2020
Whether you're house hunting or putting a new listing on the market, the first installment of our Ask The Experts series will answer your burning questions about the dynamic world of real estate. Participants will convene over Zoom and enjoy complimentary insights on every aspect of realty, covering financial pointers, neighborhood knowledge and negotiation suggestions. From finding a college apartment to investing in properties, our Alumnae experts will share their tips and tricks for feeling right at home, no matter where life takes you next.
All alumnae are welcome, with special attention to reunion classes ending '1 and '6. Join us for a cocktail social, dinner and an award ceremony honoring alumnae receiving their golden diploma for their 50th anniversary, Hall of Fame inductee and distinguished alumnae.
An alumnae summer service day tradition started last year due to COVID-19, the Alumnae Association created a Global Day of Service.
This is an opportunity for Flintridge Sacred Heart alumnae, parents and friends to make a difference in their local communities through a variety of service opportunities that take place across the country and around the world.
Help us continue the tradition of service at Flintridge Sacred Heart and strengthen the school's impact by participating in this worldwide effort to elicit change in your own backyard!
For some inspiration visit our website at fsha.org/heart-to-heart and scroll down to Help Others in Need. Make sure to share your photos to email@example.com or #TologsGlobalDayofService on social media.
Did you play soccer or basketball or did you run cross country during your time at Flintridge Sacred Heart?
If you did, this is the event for you! We have our alumnae soccer match and basketball game on Saturday, December 19 at 11 am. All are invited to play, cheer and reconnect. Soccer Alumnae will play against the current soccer team, Basketball Alumnae will play against the current basketball team and Cross Country runners will head out on the Hill with coach Nish and the current team.
All alumnae, family, parents, and friends are invited to attend.
An Alumnae Association sponsored event, learn about the positive impact essential oils can have on your life, led by alumna Jenn Strople Mora '98. From helping with stress, sleep, kids, emotions to overall wellness - there is definitely an oil for that!
Together, we will walk through the various uses of essential oils as well as the importance of embracing a less toxic lifestyle and you will walk away with some great tools for all things summer!
Please register by Thursday, July 23 in order to receive your essential oil kit.
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Wellness Webinar Series | August 12 & 26 @ 6:30 p.m. PST
The Wellness Webinar series with Allyssa Arizmendi Van Hooser '97 is a don't miss event!
August 12, 2020:
Maintaining mental health during Covid pandemic
August 26, 2020:
Maintaining a healthy marriage amidst our busy lives
Allyssa Arizmendi Van Hooser '97, licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, who has worked with addiction and eating disorder programs and private practice. Her exposure to her practices stems from personal recovery of her own. She will facilitate and give psychological background on the topic and the issues presented amongst our age group currently and the common findings. Each webinar will include an open forum at the end for participants to express thoughts and foster group discussion.
Join alumnae for a morning yoga meditation to set the tone for your entire day and help you to be focused, content and optimistic. Set aside 45 minutes this morning to achieve calmness and peace of mind with alumna Jessica Botello '97 and have a positive outlook for the weekend!
Location: On zoom outside or inside the comfort of your home.
Tologs Connect: College Connect - Panel Series allows current seniors to meet with alumnae currently attending college or who have recently graduated.
As current seniors begin to embark on their college searches, this program helps answer those dire questions. This panel series is run by Flintridge Sacred Heart Alumnae Relations and College Counseling departments and is a part of the Tologs Connect initiative.
Tologs Connect is an intergenerational networking platform for current Flintridge Sacred Heart students, college-aged alumnae and all other alumnae to shape their careers and professional journeys. If you are an alumna of Flintridge Sacred Heart and currently in college or recently graduated and want to share your college experience, please register below.
Things don’t always go as planned, but that doesn’t stop us Flintridge Sacred Heart alumnae from having our reunion! Before the year ends, we want to honor each and every class celebrating their 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, AND 70th reunions!
Until we can celebrate in person again, please join your fellow alumnae, the Sisters and past faculty and staff at our Virtual Alumnae Reunion Day on Friday, November 6, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. PST
The event is intended to be a pre-reunion social hour to get you and your classmates excited to come back to the Hill. The event will have the following:
Message from the President: School Update
Message from the Principal: High School Update
1970: 50th Golden Diploma
Special Years (1965 – 1970)
Distinguished Alumnae Awards
Service to Flintridge Sacred Heart: Mary Schnieders Monohan ‘97
Service to the Community: Mary Ruth Greene ‘80
Professional Achievement Award: Barbara Ling ‘70
Breakout rooms for social time with your classmates. There is no programing in these rooms, it is a time for you to see and catch up with classmates you may not have seen in years.
Flintridge Sacred Heart, a Catholic, Dominican, independent, college-preparatory, day and boarding school, educates young women for a life of faith, integrity, and truth.
Flintridge Sacred Heart admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid, and athletic and other school-administered programs.