Sat Mar 18

Spring Break - School Closed

Thru - Friday, March 31, 2017
Sat Apr 01

Spring Break - School Closed

Mon Apr 03

Classes Resume (Casual Day)

8:10 AM
Tue Apr 11

Admissions Open House

6:00 PM -7:30 PM
Thu Apr 13

Easter Break begins at

3:10 PM
Fri Apr 14

Easter Break - School Closed

Thru - Monday, April 17, 2017
Tue Apr 18

Classes Resume

8:10 AM
Thu Apr 20

WAAA Induction, followed by the Senior Celebration Luncheon

10:45 AM -11:45 AM


It all begins with alumnae. One of the many strengths of Woodlands Academy is its engaged alumnae community. The Woodlands Alumnae Association has over 4,000 members in the US and abroad. Besides our webpage, there are many ways for our alumnae to stay close to Woodlands. The Alumnae Facebook page, LinkedIn Professional Network, regional networking events, and monthly newsletters keep our alumnae connected wherever they may be. Whether it's your reunion year or you're just in the neighborhood, we welcome any opportunity to have our alumnae back home!

We are part of something great!

Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart has graduated over 4,000 women with more than 400 of living abroad. Our graduates work every day in a variety of ways to make our world a better place. 

There are many ways for our alums to keep up with all that is going on with the school, faculty and each other. Besides our alumnae webpage we have a Woodlands Academy Alumnae Association Facebook page and a Woodlands Academy Alumnae Professional Network LinkedIn page. You can also subscribe for our monthly e-newsletter.

As a Woodlands Alumna you are encouraged to register with the Associated Alumnae/Alumni of the Sacred Heart (AASH). This organization provides a variety of resources to Sacred Heart Alums in the US and parts of Canada.


  • Julie Bateman, '07 finds a way to deliver medicine to unreachable destinations

    Posted August 31, 2016

    Two years ago Julie was part of a conversation about using drones to deliver medicine to hard to reach places all over the world. Places like rural Madagascar where it's not uncommon for the roads to be impassable for many months of the year. Flash forward to 2016 and that origianl conversation has become a reality. Julie returned to Ann Arbor to be a part of the Vayu team that has created a drone explicitly to meet the healthcare needs of those disconnected by poor roads. Watch the video to see what Julie is doing.

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  • Sarah Personette Paolo, '97 shares the future of mobile communications at the Loeries Creative Week in Durban, South Africa

    Posted August 19, 2016

    Sarah Personette Paolo, '97 is the Vice President of Global Business Marketing for Facebook. She was interviewed in August of 2016 in Durban South Africa as part of the Loeries Creative Week about the current state of mobile and digital marketing in the world. Sarah spoke to the importance of mobile devices and internet connectivity around the globe when, as an example, 80 million people in Africa are already on Facebook and most of them see it only on a handheld mobile device. Sarah explained how this impact cretivity and design to communicate messgaes to consumers all over the world. Click her picture to watch the video.

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  • Beth Ann Fennelly, '89 named Poet Laureate of Mississippi

    Posted August 10, 2016

    On August 10, 2016, Govenor Phillip Bryant named noted poet and University of Mississippi professor Beth Ann Fennelly, '89 as Mississippi's Poet Laureate. Beth Ann will spend the next four years as the official state poet while working to make poetry more accessible to Mississippians. Beth Ann has been the Director of the UM Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program where she teaches poetry and nonfiction writing at Ole Miss.

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  • Congratulations to Mary Callahan Erdos, '85

    Posted September 6, 2013

    "World's Most Influential Fund Manager Is This Woman"

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  • Bernadette greets the pyramids

    De Paris et au-delà ...

    Posted August 29, 2013
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  • Distinguished Alumna Bertha Honore Palmer

    Posted August 25, 2013

    As we recall our birthday, August 24, 1858, we enjoy hearing of another distinguished alumna...

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Your participation in the Annual Fund matters! Currently 14.5% of our alumnae donate to the annual fund. While that’s well-above the national average of 9.5% but we can do better!

Your gift to the Annual Fund provides Woodlands with the financial flexibility to respond to the needs and opportunities necessary to educate our students for the future.