We Learn Not for School, but for Life.
"Everyone at Ursuline is there to support each other, whether it is by attending athletic events against our rivals, handing a friend flowers after her performance in the school play, or congratulating a classmate on a good grade. The school spirit is like nothing I have ever seen. Ursuline girls show their school spirit by wearing crazy costumes and cheering until they lose their voices!"
Nichole Abla, Class of 2011 (St. Andrew St. Elizabeth Ann Seton)
"The moment I walk into Ursuline's doors I feel an instant rush of comfort and care. The environment is so loving and open that you are not afraid to truly be yourself."
Mimi Lamantia, Class of 2011 (Mason Middle School)
"Ursuline is a place where I can be myself with my friends, who seem more like family. The independent environment really helps me grow and prepare for life beyond high school."
Abby Wulf, Class of 2012 (St. Gabriel Consolidated)
"Ursuline has helped me become more independent. I love that I am the only person in the whole school with my schedule. It's impossible to eat with the same people at lunch every day, which helps you meet more people and branch out from your grade school friends."
Lyndsey Tierney,Class of 2012 (St. Susanna)
"The best part of Ursuline is the freedom that you receive. Even as a freshman, you are responsible for your schedule, time management, homework, involvement, and even lunch. This freedom has helped me to grow and I truly believe has prepared me for college. As soon as you walk in the door on your first day at UA, you become part of the family. The students and faculty are all as friendly as can be and supportive of you as an individual. I love UA!"
Lauren George, Class of 2010 (All Saints)
"Ursuline was the only private school I considered. I went to a public school that has a high school and was dead set on going there with all my friends until I shadowed at Ursuline. I immediately fell in love with the schedule and the open classrooms. I realized the faculty and administration have faith in their students to handle the freedom that the modular schedule allows. I went in with no friends and came out my first day with some really good friends and was able to keep all my grade school friends."
Laura Court, Class of 2012 (Mason Middle School)