Welcome Alumni and Alumni Parents

Thank you for visiting the St. Anne's Alumni page!  We appreciate your continued engagement with St. Anne's.  

Wondering how to stay connected? There are a few ways to do so:

  1. Get involved - one of the easiest and best ways to stay connected is to attend our events; we host a variety of them throughout the year.
  2. Giving back - please consider making an annual gift to St. Anne's. Every gift counts, no matter the size.
  3. Send us an update - we love to hear from you especially for the Class Notes section of our Alumni News publication.

Interested in volunteering at the school? Pursuing a career in education and looking to potentially come back to work at St. Anne's?

Contact Julia Brown, Alumni Coordinator, for more information. Julia can be reached at (303) 756-9481 ext. 245 or [email protected].

Please consider supporting St. Anne's with a gift this year.  Click on the button below to donate today. Thank you for your generosity! Your participation and contributions mean so much to the students and St. Anne's community.

What Have Our Alumni Been Up To?

Gretchen Leggitt Rides the Line between Art and Adventure

It’s no secret that creation and adventure are intricately linked. Some of the most celebrated artists throughout history have used their experiences in the natural world to guide their work, and similarly, many of the most celebrated action-sport athletes of our time are also consummate artists that seek out adventure to seed their creativity and set a road map to the sublime.

One such artist, 33-year-old Bellingham-based Gretchen Leggitt, has taken her love of wild places and over the years applied it to a variety of artistic disciplines, including painting, water color, drawing and pyrography, which is the art of engraving wood with a heated metallic point.

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Jake Olson was born with a rare form of cancer of the retina, retinoblastoma, which destroys the ability to see. When he was 10 months old, it took the sight from his left eye. Then when he was 12 years old, he lost sight in his right eye.

"You have a choice with cancer," Olson says. "You can let it change who you are, or you can go out and attack life."

Long before he captured the world—yes, the world—this weekend on social media by becoming the sport's first blind long snapper during USC's victory over Western Michigan...Jake Olson was doing things that make snapping a football in a college seem, well, routine...

...Like setting up a business with his college roommate, Daniel Hennes (St. Anne's Class of 2011), that received special dispensation from the NCAA and allowed Olson to make money as a motivational speaker and play college football...

"Nothing bothers him. Absolutely nothing," Hennes says.

Hennes knew as much from the day he and Olson met...It didn't take long for Olson and Hennes to form a unique bond...two years ago Olson asked Hennes to be his business manager, and their first speaking engagement together was in San Diego. Allergan, one of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies, asked Olson to come speak to 900 employees.

"Wasn't a dry eye in the place," Hennes says. "I was crying, too."

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