Get Involved


Dear Fellow Tologs,
What a couple of years it has been! In the midst of unprecedented challenges, our community has stepped up and embraced new opportunities to grow, give back, and forge new bonds.
For the first time, paint nights and book clubs have created a space for friends new and old to connect virtually, no matter where they now call home. Our board members have made major contributions to the school’s collective Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion efforts. Thanks to everyone’s generosity and continued commitment to Flintridge Sacred Heart’s future, alum giving has now reached a record-setting percentage of participation. That’s not the only new record we have to celebrate: There are currently 27 daughters and granddaughters of prior graduates who now share a legacy of life on the Hill.
I can’t say I am surprised. This community has always been resilient, tight-knit, and joyful. No matter the circumstances, we share gratitude and enthusiasm for the school, campus, and people that fostered our futures.
As we’ve begun to reconnect in person, outdoors on the school’s beautiful campus, the energy is palpable. In some ways, we’ve missed one another. In many other ways, we’ve connected more deeply than ever before. 
Thank you for your continued presence in our community. It wouldn’t be the same without you, and your impact truly makes a difference, both for fellow graduates and today’s students.
Wishing you a wonderful holiday season, 

Jenna Gulick ‘13
Alumnae Association President

How to Get Involved

List of 6 frequently asked questions.

  • Update Your Contact Info

    Have you moved? Get a new phone number? Gotten married and changed your last name? Let us know with this form, so Flintridge Sacred Heart can keep you up to date on all the happenings on the Hill!

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  • Tologs Connect

    Tologs Connect is an intergenerational networking platform for students, college-aged and other Flintridge Sacred Heart alumnae to shape their careers and professional journeys.

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  • Become a Mentor

    Through the Career Mentorship program you get introduced to people you should know. Students and alumnae may be mentored by alumnae or parents of alumnae in professions of interest.

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  • Share a Class Note

    Let your fellow Tologs know what you are up too. Share a class note with us and we will publish it in our View From the Top magazine. Don’t forget to include a picture if you have one!

  • Donate to the Flintridge Fund

    Our support to the Flintridge Fund helps our current Tologs with an education that fosters innovative learning, instills compassion and inspires courage in their lives now and in the future. 
  • Refer a Student

    Assist your alma mater in finding the next generation of Tologs! Do you know a student who might want to check out Flintridge Sacred Heart? You can refer them to the Admissions Office through this form

Alumnae Association Board

    • Jenna Gulick '13


    • Mary Pat Widmann '79

      Alumnae Engagement Lead Chair

    • Lisa Munoz Bruchey '89

      Alumnae Engagement Co-Chair

    • Amanda Perez '14

      Student Engagement Lead Chair

    • Lauren Loadvine '12

      Marketing & Development

    • Maya Richard-Craven '12

      Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Co-Chair

    • DeShawn Samad '11

      Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Co-Chair

    • Edith Salcedo '06

      International Relations Chair

    • Lauren Hernandez '05

      Past President


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  • Photo of Alana Miles

    Alana Miles 

    Special Events/Alumnae Affairs Manager


440 St. Katherine Drive
La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011

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