Cleveland Rivals Unite

For three days, three all-girls, Catholic high schools — Beaumont School, Magnificat High School, and Saint Joseph Academy — will band together for an inaugural alumnae giving challenge called Cleveland Rivals Unite. 

During this three day, friendly challenge from April 30 - May 2, 2024, the high schools will ask their alumnae to make a monetary donation to their respective alma mater’s Annual Fund to show not only their school spirit, but support for an all-girls, Catholic education. The winner of the challenge will be selected based on the percentage of alumnae participation versus the amount of dollars raised.
Online donations must be made between 12:00 a.m., April 30 - 11:59 p.m., May 2. If mailing a check, please note, the envelope must be postmarked between April 30, 2024 and May 2, 2024 to qualify for the challenge.

Money raised will go to each school’s annual fund, which provides critical, unrestricted funds. Schools will report updates on their alumnae’s progress through social media and email, and on Wednesday, May 8, the winner of the Cleveland Rivals Unite challenge will be announced.

Additional rules of the challenge:
  • Challenge is based on percentage of alumnae participation, not the amount of dollars raised.
  • Participation percentage is based on the number of all living alumnae in each schools’ database, including those without contact info or do not contact codes.
  • Participation is based on Annual Fund donations received – NOT PLEDGED - from April 30 through May 2 at midnight.
  • Alumna participation of major gifts, scholarships, endowments, event-funded gifts and are not included in the challenge. Only gifts made to each school’s Annual Fund.
  • An alumna can give more than once but will only be counted one time in the percentage of giving for her school.
  • An alumna cannot give on behalf of another alumna.
Magnificat High School, a girls' Catholic college-preparatory high school, founded and sponsored by the Sisters of the Humility of Mary, educates young women holistically to learn, lead, and serve in the spirit of Mary’s Magnificat.