National Alumni Association
Convent & Stuart Hall alumni are also members of AASH (Associated Alumnae/i of Sacred Heart), an organization formed in 1933, whose mission is to "foster a spirit of unity and ongoing communication among alumnae and alumni and their respective associations throughout this nation and the world ... nurturing in its members dedication to faith development, intellectual values, respect for personal integrity, community and social service, and the unique philosophy of life that is rooted in the Christian vision of St. Madeleine Sophie Barat."
Today, AASH membership includes more than 40,000 women and men educated in Sacred Heart schools across the U.S. and British Columbia.
Learn more at AASH.
Libby Brittain'07'03 and Nick McSpadden SHB'98 (2nd and 3rd from right) participating on a technology panel moderated by longtime Convent & Stuart Hall dean and faculty member Joanna Gallegos at the 2017 AASH conference. Photo by Michael Hong.
International Alumni Association
All Convent & Stuart Hall alumni are also members of the Association Mondiale des Anciennes et Anciens du Sacré-Coeur (AMASC), the global alumni association for graduates of Sacred Heart schools worldwide.
Today uniting tens of thousands of Sacred Heart alumnae and alumni as part of an international family, AMASC was established in Brussels in 1960 at the request of Reverend Mother General de Valon, who saw the vital role alumni could play in fostering the work and spirit of the Society of the Sacred Heart. National Associations of women and men were organized to form the World Association that included alumnae and alumni
The International Association of alumnae and alumni of the Sacred Heart meets every four years, holding a World Congress. XVI AMASC World Congress will be held in Mexico in 2018.
Learn more at AMASC.