Why I Give to Holy Angels

Why I Give to Holy Angels

Why I Give to Holy Angels

AHA Give Day is Thursday, November 17. Click HERE to make your gift today!

Hear from our amazing community members who continue to support Academy of Holy Angels.

"The reason I give to Holy Angels is to give students the same, if not better, opportunities that I was given when I attended. I feel there is utmost importance in giving back to a community that allowed me to learn and grow into the woman I am today. As someone who couldn't attend Holy Angels without financial aid and scholarships, I was grateful to have the opportunity to further my Catholic education while also making lifelong friendships and preparing for the next steps after high school. I want current and potential AHA students to feel they also deserve the same education and space to create their own path to achieve their goals and become the best version of themselves." 

- Olivia Schultz '11


“It is up to us – the Catholics in this Archdiocese - to ensure that every student who wants a Catholic education can receive it. We feel very fortunate to be in a position where we can help other families and their kids afford a great Catholic school like Holy Angels."

- Pat & Patty McAdaragh, parents of alum (Shea '04, McKenzie '06)

 


“I am deeply grateful for your generosity, and I promise to give back and leave an everlasting impact on earth for the greater benefit.”

- Daniel Alimo '19 (an excerpt from Daniel's speech at the Aim Higher Night of Light event as he described the impact Catholic education has made in his life)

 

 


"I'll never forget my parents taking on the financial burden of sending us (6 kids!) to AHA. I’m forever grateful for the values instilled in me, including the importance of community, friendship, service, and the pursuit of excellence across all avenues of life.

Years later, I made the same financial commitment by sending my children to AHA. I consider it an investment in all our futures as the AHA Way inspires the next generation of young adults to become active and global citizens. I will always support AHA so future generations will have these same opportunities and gifts bestowed on them."

- Jennifer Streefland Henry '87, current parent


"AHA is foundational in creating community, inspiring growth, and providing opportunity. As an alum and a parent of two alums (Griffin '20, Aidan '22) and two current students (Madden '23, Ella '25), AHA is integral to our family. We are forever thankful to be a part of this amazing community."

- Shannon & Tim Smith '86, current parents

 


"We have stayed committed to Catholic education for our three kids (Grace ’22, Charlie ’25, and Jack ’27) not just for the amazing education they receive but also for the community, faith formation, and the emphasis on service. There are so many opportunities to truly shine at AHA!

Because Mike is an alum himself, he is also fortunate to have experienced this gift firsthand. We give to AHA in the hopes that every student who wants to have this experience is able to access this amazing school that has given so much to our family."

- Cheryl & Mike '93 Clements, current parents