In addition to monetary gifts, Duchesne Academy welcomes the gift of your time and expertise through a variety of volunteer opportunities. We are proud to celebrate Madeleine Sophie Barat’s desire to educate young women and her devotion to sharing the Sacred Heart of Jesus with others. It is hard-working, committed volunteers like you who help us to continue her vision while modeling to our students an excellent example of Goal 4, the building of a community as a Christian value.
Congé is Duchesne Academy’s annual dinner-auction event co-chaired by Duchesne parents, past parents, and/or alums. This festive event, held the last weekend in January each year, attracts over 500 people including business and community leaders, Duchesne families, alumnae and friends of the school. The funds raised directly support the school’s operating budget as well as need-based tuition assistance.
For updated information, please visit the Congé website at:
If you are interested in volunteering, donating an auction item, underwriting, or attending the event please contact:
Director of Special Events
MEN FOR DUCHESNE
Men for Duchesne is an organization of Duchesne dads who organize service opportunities and social get-togethers while raising added revenue for Duchesne programs. This is a unique way for Duchesne dads to build community and visibly demonstrate their commitment to Duchesne.
For more information about Men for Duchesne or upcoming events, contact:
Mr. Eric Krakowski
Assistant Principal and Exchange Coordinator
As an alumna, you can stay connected to your beloved school by volunteering on campus or helping with alumnae events. The school welcomes your time, talent, and experience.
Duchesne alumnae can volunteer in many ways:
- Become a member of the Alumnae Board
- Help with reunion planning
- Serve as a class coordinator
- Speak to the students on career day
- Write an article for Duchesne Today
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact:
Trisha Clark Meehan A04
Director of Alumnae Relations
The Duchesne Academy Parent Association is a primary organization for parent involvement and represents a vital link between the school and the families we serve. Tasked with encouraging communication and fostering community among school staff, parents, and students, the Parents Association’s numerous committees, volunteer activities, and an annual calendar of events ensure an abundance of opportunity for involvement in ways both large and small.
For more information about involvement, please contact:Kimberley Joyce
Parent Association President