Preparation for college and adult life isn’t just found between the covers of a book. It’s also found in the heart of a caring teacher, in the smile of a friendly classmate, and in the eyes of an encouraging school community.
Take a look at Mount St. Mary and you, too, will discover what we have known for more than 160 years — that young women excel personally and academically in an all-girls environment.
It's official! Mrs. Angie Collins has been selected to serve as the new principal for Mount St. Mary Academy, thereby removing the "interim" from her title. The announcement was made to students, faculty and staff at the thanksgiving prayer service on November 21 by Karen Flake, president/CEO of Mount St. Mary Academy.
Mrs. Collins has served as assistant principal since 2013 and as interim principal since the beginning of the school year. She brings 22 years of experience in education to the position, and her innovation, energy and leadership have earned her such awards as the Stephens Teaching Award and the Bauxite School District Teacher of the Year Award.
“Mrs. Collins’ history of educational excellence, her dedication to the Mercy values and her spirit of collaboration make her the perfect fit for this position, and she has shown tremendous leadership in her current position,” said Karen Flake.
In regard to her new position as principal, Mrs. Collins said, “I look forward to continuing the traditions of excellence that Mount St. Mary Academy students, parents, faculty and community members have come to expect. I will be working with all of our stakeholders to ensure that this school and its graduates continue to thrive in the future."
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Mount St. Mary Academy is pleased to announce
New York Times bestselling author of The Middle Place, Lift and Glitter and Glue, Kelly Corrigan, to be keynote speaker at the 3rd biennial Mercy & Me luncheon to benefit Mount St. Mary Academy.
April 29, 2015
Statehouse Convention Center
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