Carew Hall is looking more awesome than ever with new mats, new lettering, and updated athletic banners!
Always OLMA, always home
There’s no better indicator of a school’s success than its alumnae. Our alumnae are thousands strong and remain forever bonded in the OLMA Sisterhood.OLMA grads are teachers, doctors, attorneys, nutritionists, moms, nurse practitioners, producers, dancers, scientists, journalists, engineers, marketers, serve in the US Armed Forces, and more. They are strong, smart, self-confident — and successful.
This section of our website will be dedicated to celebrating their success and to fostering an ongoing dialogue among each other, current students and faculty and staff. Please begin by filling out the form on this page. Feel free to send us photos of you and yours. We’d love to share them.
We’d also like to hear from you. What can we do better to keep you updated and involved? What type of events and activities would you like us to arrange for alumnae?
You are part of our school's rich history. We'd love to involve you in strengthening its future. To find out more, please email Celia Ragonese at firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to check back often to see news of your OLMA sisters.
Alumnae Facebook Group!
Find friends and join the conversation by joining our Facebook group. When you post here or on other social media pages, please use the hashtag, #OLMAAlum so your sisters can find you!
Alumnae Accolades and Events
OLMA alumna, Kimberly Kinkade, earns cadet status at USAFA.
OLMA 1991 graduate promoted to Brigadier General, USAF.
OLMA alumna, Jennifer Trallo Schreiber selected for prestigious Harvard program
Mrs. Susan Cavagnaro, alumna, teacher, and alumnae parent has seen a thing or two in her more than 30 years at OLMA, but she never thought she would be teaching entirely from home.