Club serves up hot, nutritious meals for local residents in need.
“Serviam” is Love in Action
More than our school motto, Serviam is at the heart of the Ursuline Difference.
Serviam, "I will serve"
Ursuline students answer St. Angela's call to Serviam through active service to the community, both locally and globally. A multitude of service opportunities are available throughout the school year. Some recent projects include service to the poor, the hungry, and the sick, among others. Students deliver meals, plant trees, share their musical gifts, participate in food drives, collect and deliver various goods to people in need, raise funds, increase awareness, and assist those living on the margins.
Students participate individually, with friends, club or team members, and classmates. There are school-wide opportunities throughout the school year. At times, parents are encouraged and invited to join in, which helps to strengthen our connection with Ursuline families and further our commitment to the shared values that unite TUS. At Ursuline, Serviam is truly love in action.
Long-standing senior tradition spreads the spirit of Serviam throughout the local community.
Senior Maeve Ryan epitomizes Serviam.
The third annual school-wide project collects more than 2,800 cereal boxes for Westchester families in need. Click HERE to view video.
Ursuline students take part in the first "run" since the pandemic.
Eighth graders take time for Serviam on the Yellowstone-Grand Teton trip.
The Ursuline School is proud to work with many local organizations in living out our commitment to Serviam. Our students provide direct service while developing the Core Values of an Ursuline education. In doing so, they see the power and beauty of Serviam up close. They are inspired and empowered to make a difference for those in need. Below is a sampling of our local partners in service at work each day.
The #1 reason I chose Ursuline was because of their amazing volunteer work. I have a sister who is a resident at Elizabeth Seton Children's Center and having seen the Ursuline volunteers helping out throughout my childhood, Ursuline was the only choice for me.
- Annika '25