On August 27, Magnificat High School installed its third President, and first lay leader, Mrs. Renata J. Rafferty. If you haven’t yet met our new President and would like to hear her vow to remain true to the Magnificat Mission, please click here. This short video features Mrs. Rafferty’s speech from her Installation Ceremony.
So what’s it like to be a “Mags Girl?”
Several Magnificat students recently participated in a production shoot to film four short videos explaining what it’s like to be a Magnificat student and what Magnificat means to them. Each video shares a word that is important to the students, including Faith, Learning, Leading and Serving.
The first of these short videos features Molly Kilroy ’17 who chose the word Faith and how Magnificat allows her to practice her faith every day. Last year at this time Molly was an 8th grader deciding on which school to attend for her high school career. She chose Magnificat and is a young woman of faith learning, leading and serving in the spirit of Mary’s Magnificat. We will be sharing these videos with other young women as they begin to make their own high school choices.
Elizabeth Beattie ’09, now a Ph.D. student at the University of Pennsylvania, recently had her undergraduate engineering research featured on CNN. She and her team are profiled for their research on the Titan Bionic Arm. You can see the whole story by clicking here.
The Magnificat Garden Club’s Seeds of Service project helped produce over 300 pounds of fruits and vegetables through the Rocky River Community Garden. The produce will go directly to the Rocky River food pantry and local Meals on Wheels program. To read the complete story on cleveland.com and Sun Newspapers, click here.
Magnificat is proud to announce three Commended Students in the 2014 National Merit Program. Click here to meet these students.
Cleveland.com covered our second annual LEGO NXT Robotics day for girls in grades 5-8. To read the story, click here.
WOIO-TV 19 Action News covered Magnificat students completing internships at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic. To read more, click here.
WOIO-TV 19 Action News covered internationally recognized author Ms. Deborah Ellis during her visit to Magnificat. Her book My Name is Parvana was the recent all school read. Click here to read more.
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