Educate, Inspire, Empower defines the mission of The Ursuline School and has done so for over 115 years. Never more relevant than in the 21st century, these objectives are met in the classroom, at our liturgies, and on both the stage and athletic field.
The Ursuline School, committed to its Ursuline identity and to Catholic teachings, is a unique school community. Our students are introduced to academic success and personal development through a wide range of experiences. Ursuline's commitment to Serviam encourages each student to recognize the rewards and obligations of living in the global community of the 21st century.
Our middle school students are welcomed by our high school students, providing an opportunity for a sisterhood and the caring community so important in early adolescence. Our high school students experience a wide range of academic course options and can individualize their course selections based on their gifts and passions.
The Ursuline School embraced technology over 20 years ago with a one-to-one laptop program and we continue to lead in this area. Now we are a Bring Your Own Device institution. Technology opens the learning arena to a limitless, global environment. Experts are consulted, cultures are studied through direct experience, and solutions to problems are sought by innovative thinking.
I encourage you to explore our website. Read about who we are. See the faces of students pondering, praying, and playing. Notice the faculty committed to the success of each student. See the engaged parents. Learn about our devoted alumnae. Visit our campus. I know you will feel the spirit that is Ursuline.
Eileen Davidson is an exemplary leader and has served as President since 2012. She has formally announced her planned retirement at the end of the 2020-21 school year, and she is committed to providing a smooth transition for her successor.
The Board of Trustees has begun the process of selecting the new President of The Ursuline School.