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Ursuline Academy Awarded 2018 Boston Globe Singelais Trophy
Janet Reynolds

The Ursuline athletic program was recently named a divisional winner in the Boston Globe Scholastic Awards, which rank secondary school athletic programs based on their regular-season win percentage. In winning the 2018 Singelais Trophy, Ursuline earned its first Globe award since 2004, topping its division of all-girls Catholic schools with the highest winning record for the year.

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Kate Levesque assumes presidency of  Ursuline Academy
UA Communications

Kathleen Nolan Levesque has been appointed the third president of Ursuline Academy, effective July 1. Ms. Levesque succeeds Rosann Whiting, who concluded her presidency in June after eleven years at the helm. Levesque, a graduate of Ursuline, is well known to the school community, having served as Interim Principal for the 2015-16 school year and, most recently, overseeing strategic planning.

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Ursuline Academy Graduates 78 on June 3
UA Communications

The seventy-eight members of the Ursuline Academy Class of 2018, joined by their families, friends, and Ursuline faculty and staff, gathered on the grounds of the campus for the Academy's commencement exercises on June 3. In keeping with school tradition, the graduates processed down the staircase in front of the Ursuline Convent prior to the ceremony wearing white gowns and carrying a bouquet of roses.

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Ursuline Students Lead Memory Project
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When Katie Fox '18 first heard about the Memory Project from her brother, who attends St. Sebastian's School, she immediately thought it would be a great way to combine her love of art with her dedication to service. With Ursuline's motto of "Serviam" in her mind, she was intrigued to learn about this non-profit that invites art students to create and donate portraits of youth around the world who live with substantial challenges. The portraits are intended to help the children feel valued and important, and provide a meaningful piece of personal history for them. Besides the benefit to the children, it offers a way for student artists to use their unique talents to practice kindness and global awareness in a very personal way.

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