On Monday, November 15, Marymount welcomed Nobel Peace Laureate, Leymah Gbowee as a featured guest in the Inspiring Boldness Speaker Series. Ms. Gbowee is world-renowned as a Liberian peace activist, social worker, and women's rights advocate.
On Monday, Nov. 1, Marymount celebrated All Saints’ Day with a Mass devoted to the lives of those who have passed. Led by Fr. Prosper Hedagbui from St. Monica Catholic Church in Santa Monica, Marymount students incorporated the Mexican holiday of Día de los Muertos into Catholic tradition.
As a part of Marymount's Inspiring Boldness speaker series, we are delighted to welcome Leymah Gbowee to Marymount campus for an evening with Parents, Alumnae, and Les Anges (parents of Alumnae) on Monday, Nov. 15. There will be a cocktail reception followed by an engaging conversation with Ms. Gbowee.
Marymount’s annual “Better Self for a Better World” conference for middle-school-aged girls was held this past weekend and was a fun Marymount student-led event that sparked deep discussions on topics ranging from self-confidence, friendship, open-mindedness, respect, and how leadership and ideas impact the world.
On Monday, Oct. 25, Marymount held its annual Capping and Pinning Ceremony, which serves as the official initiation of our Freshmen to Sailor Sisterhood and celebrates Sophomores last year as lowerclassmen.
On Wednesday, Oct. 13, Marymount hosted the annual Mentors Dinner to celebrate the successful completion of the 2021 Internship Program and to honor the program's Mentors who generously worked with our students this year.
Students in Spanish 4 classes have been hard at work on an annual project - Los Presidentes de los Países Hispanohablantes. The project is an intensive cross-departmental collaboration between Spanish and MakerSpace classes.
As part of the senior Religious Studies course “Introduction to World Religions”, students had a unique opportunity to hear first-hand experiences of traditional Lakota Sioux Tribe spiritual practices from guest speaker, SunRose Iron Shell from the Rose Bud and Pine Ridge Reservations of South Dakota.
Marymount's annual Activities Fair returned back to campus, Monday, Sept. 20. Students, faculty, and staff joined together as student leaders presented their clubs’ missions and purpose to the student body.
Continuing one of the many traditions celebrated at Marymount High School, students, faculty and staff gathered on Senior Lawn on Monday for the 2020-2021 Capping Ceremony. The freshmen and sophomores of Marymount were honored to experience this important rite of passage
Over the last month, we as a nation and school community have witnessed the trial of Derek Chauvin. The images, replaying footage from George Floyd’s death, have become front and center in our sight, and in our hearts and minds and have re-traumatized many in our community.
On Sunday, March 14, Marymount hosted its fifteenth annual Model United Nations (MUN) Conference virtually. Over 200 students joined the live Zoom event which garnered compliments from spectators and delegates alike.
We write today in profound sadness to express our support and solidarity with all members of Asian, Asian-American, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities, following recent terrible acts of violence against Asian, Black, Indigenous, and all people of color across our nation, including the brutal killings of eight people in Atlanta on March 16.
Treating patients in a city that quickly became a COVID-19 epicenter, Lauren Delahanty Gorosh ’09, RN, speaks about the perseverance and discipline she needed to get through the grueling early months of the pandemic.