Our hope at Saint Ursula Academy is that over the course of four years our young women will have the opportunity to develop necessary skills for making a positive contribution to the world around them. Strong academic skills alone are not enough for a young person to become a successful, happy adult. By offering various co-curricular and formational programming, students at SUA will work to develop healthy relationships, be engaged citizens, make wise choices, and manage challenges and stress effectively.
At Saint Ursula Academy, the development of a young woman as a person is just as important as her development as a student. Students may choose to participate in clubs, organizations, service learning activities, athletic teams, and performing arts to meet new people, make friends, explore a passion, stretch themselves, or to simply take a break from the regular school day. Our commitment to girls when they enter SUA is to help them develop into confident, faith-filled, courageous Thinkers, Leaders, Nurturers, and Prophets, who are prepared for life beyond our high school walls.