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Dear Ladywood Supporter,

As a 1993 graduate of Ladywood, I recall with fondness the traditions that opened our assemblies and events, the cheers that reverberated throughout the gymnasium, and the Masses that we celebrated as a community.

As the current Head of School, our Ladywood community has kept those traditions at the forefront, such as opening and closing every school day and assembly in prayer.   The cheers that were chanted over 65 years ago still permeate the air at our pep assemblies.  Likewise, we have remained steadfast in our mission as a Catholic school that empowers young ladies to be servant leaders.

Some highlights of our current school:

    • We celebrate together as a community at an all-school Mass twice a month;
    • We have a vibrant student led Liturgical Team that plans, participates in, and celebrates at Mass;
    • 100% of our graduates pursue a degree at a college and / or university;
    • The Class of 2016 graduates each earned on average $62,000 in scholarships;
    • Our ACT scores continue to outpace both national and state averages;
    • This year we introduced VEX Robotics and our BlazerBots are ready to compete;
    • We extend our service learning opportunities beyond the school walls: Cleaning up invasive species in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, volunteering at Habitat for Humanity as well as yard clean-up in Frenchville, PA;
    • We offer 18 Varsity sports, a variety of clubs, and we are preparing for our musical production of Godspell as well as our Christmas concert.

This list, obviously, does not highlight every accomplishment.  It does, however, recognize our very talented faculty and staff who devote countless hours informing, forming, and transforming.  This list also recognizes the many parents who continue to entrust their daughters to our care.  Lastly, it captures some of the reasons all of our alumnae have found success upon graduation.

Ladywood has been a beacon of light in the community because we live out our mission to challenge, inspire, and transform the whole person.  We are a light in the community because of our dedicated supporters who recognize the value of a Ladywood education.  Thus, I ask you to invest in the Ladywood legacy of faith, scholarship, and service.  For we can accomplish more together than we could ever do alone.




Tracey L. Mocon, ’93, SA, MA

Head of School