The 1940s were a memorable time in history – both overseas and here at home in New Orleans. So we made this video to capture the tales and experiences of our Girls of the '40s.
About Alumnae Association:
The Rosary Alumnae Association, founded in 1913, was the very first in the Network of Sacred Heart schools, even pre-dating the Associated Alumnae of the Sacred Heart (AASH). Being an ASH Alumna comes with benefits that last a lifetime. Stay connected by joining the Rosary Sacred Heart Alumnae Association.
AASH National Alumni Conference 2017:
The 41st AASH Biennial National Conference will be held at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel with events at Sacred Heart Atherton, Broadway, and Lone Mountain.Exciting speakers, inquiry lab panel, professional and personal development, gala dinner, tea and tour! >LEARN MORE
- The Bridge Magazine subscription
- Event Invitations
- Class Notes
- Volunteer Opportunities
The purpose of the Association is to promote the interests of the Rosary Academy of the Sacred Heart; to strengthen the bonds of friendship among Association members, the religious and the faculty; and to foster the ideals developed under the educational system of St. Madeleine Sophie Barat by supporting the goals and criteria of Sacred Heart education.
Associated Alumnae & Alumni of the Sacred Heart:
For more information about the AASH, click here.
Membership is open to pupils of the Rosary and of any school or college of the Sacred Heart. A member is in good standing when she has paid annual dues of this Association. We have over 2500 living alumnae residing in 47 of the United States as well as 42 members throughout Canada, Europe and South America. With nearly 1,561 members in the metropolitan area, the possibilities for social, professional and intellectual growth are endless.