Date(s) - 06/04/2017
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
We invite family, friends, and alumnae to join us in celebration and honor of the Class of 2017. As the first class to graduate from The Maine Girls’ Academy, this will be a memorable day for the girls, their families, and the entire school community. We are so proud of all they have accomplished the past four years.
Maine Attorney General Janet T. Mills, will deliver the graduation address to the Class of 2017. As Maine’s chief law enforcement officer, Ms. Mills is a strong advocate for women’s and girls’ rights. As the first female District Attorney in New England and the first female Attorney General in Maine, Ms. Mills is a role model for young women—with a long career breaking glass ceilings and supporting women’s rights, including co-founding the Maine Women’s Lobby. Ms. Mills also has been a strong supporter and advocate for The Maine Girls’ Academy in this year of transition.
The Class of 2017 is an outstanding example of the power of girls, of resilience and of leadership. They started their journey as students of Catherine McAuley High School and are leaving as graduates of The Maine Girls’ Academy. They have embraced our new school while exemplifying the values and preserving the traditions of McAuley, which we all continue to honor at MGA. We may be a new school but we have over 100 years of experience educating and graduating young women in Maine and we are so proud of the entire Class of 2017.