From granting the first diploma in the Territory of Colorado in 1875, to welcoming the most recent graduating class, St. Mary’s Academy is proud of our diverse and robust community of over 4,000 alumnae. Whether you attended St. Mary’s Academy for one year or you’re a “lifer,” you’re part of our legacy and you’ll always be part of our family.
The Alumnae Mentorship Program pairs alumnae with a rising junior to mentor and follow through graduation. The mentor develops a meaningful relationship with their mentee and provides guidance and insight into life after SMA.
For questions or additional information about becoming a mentor, contact Iriana Corral ‘16 at email@example.com or 303-762-8300 ext. 286
The alumnae board is a group of dedicated alumnae who meet throughout the year to discuss what's happening within the SMA Alumnae Community, plan alumnae events, and assist in fundraising efforts targeting alumnae. Board members serve as liaisons between the school and the alumnae community, and they act as ambassadors for St. Mary's Academy.
More than 4,000 women have graduated from St. Mary’s Academy in the past 158 years—a few of them might be familiar:
CONDOLEEZZA RICE ’71
U.S. Secretary of State
SUSAN ODLAND LINTONSMITH ’83
President/CEO of Elements Massage
JANE NADY SIGMON ’66
Senior Advisor to the Director, Office to Combat Trafficking in Persons, U.S. Department of State
JANE LUBCHENCO ’65
The first woman to serve as Chief of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
HONORABLE OLLIE MARIE-VICTOIRE ’42
California Superior Court Justice
DONNA J. HARAWAY ’62
Author and Distinguished Professor of Science and Technology Studies
Events each year for alumnae
states that are home to our alumnae
Accomplished alumnae form the SMA Alumnae Board