Cincinnati, Ohio, May 10, 2012 – St. Ursula Academy is proud to
announce the student council officers and representatives who were
elected to serve their grade levels for the 2012-2013 school year.
Elections were held in April 2012.
“St. Ursula is committed to educating young women to be critical thinkers and leaders, and this is just one of many opportunities the students have to develop their leadership skills during their four years at St. Ursula,” said St. Ursula Principal Craig Maliborski.
Class of 2013: Their classmates voted Cari Speed of Fairfield and Kristen Ney of Madeira to serve as Co-Presidents for the Class of 2013 next school year.
Congratulations also go to Kitty DiFalco of Mason, Rachel Miller of Batavia, Katie Guilfoyle of Edgewood, KY, Anna Pompelia of Hyde Park, Katerina Settle of Hyde Park, Julia Springer of Western Hills, Sarah McGrath of Monfort Heights, and Katie Roberts of Hyde Park who will serves as senior representatives on Student Council next year.
Class of 2014: Their classmates voted Madeleine Pescovitz of Indian Hill and Anna Hopkins of Anderson Twp. to serve as Co-Presidents for the Class of 2014 next school year.
Congratulations also go to Anna Butler of Delhi, Emily Winter of Loveland, Hope Montag of Eastgate, Kenzie Corbin of Anderson Twp., Lauren McElroy of Hyde Park, Meredith Stautberg of Anderson Twp., Michelle Hirnikel of Evendale, Morgan Bernard of White Oak, Phylicia Neal of Pleasant Ridge, Sammi Mathew of Liberty Twp., Shawn Allen of Anderson Twp., and Theresa Isemann of Legendary Run who will serves as junior representatives next year.
Class of 2015: Their classmates voted Sarah Crowley of Anderson Twp. and Claudia Vollman of Western Hills to serve as Co-Presidents for the Class of 2015 next school year.
Congratulations also go to council representatives Sophia Settle of Hyde Park, Grace Kelly of Lakeside Park, KY, Sydney Springer of Western Hills, Maeve Conway of North Avondale, Anna Sittason-Wilson of Ft. Thomas, KY, Katie Habel of Hyde Park, Natalie Danenhauer of Green Township, Mackenzie Warman of Bridgetown, Erin Donovan of Westwood, and Lydia Breitenstein of Green Township who will serves as sophomore representatives next year.
To learn more about St. Ursula Academy, please visit www.saintursula.org.
St. Ursula Academy is a Catholic, college-preparatory, secondary school for young women known for academic excellence and rich tradition. St. Ursula welcomes students from more than 70 grade schools in the Greater Cincinnati area. In 2002 the Academy was recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a Blue Ribbon School. The campus, located at 1339 E. McMillan Street in East Walnut Hills has been the home of St. Ursula Academy and Convent since 1910. 93% of the class of 2011 earned college scholarships totaling more than $28.3-million.