Music has the power to transport us. Hear a song you listened to in high school and all of the old emotions will come flooding back.
For Fourth Grade teacher, Mrs. Marisa Caruso, community is everything.
For Mount Alvernia Academy’s Extended Day Program Director and longtime MAA community member, Mrs. Jan Harvey, it’s all about the children. “The children have always been my . . . my whole being . . . they are my life,” she smiled.
Sometimes things just click; a place feels like home the minute you walk through the door.
Every harbor must have a harbor master, and each air traffic control tower must have a chief. At Mount Alvernia Academy, we have a front desk dynamic duo, Mrs. Rita Riordan and Mrs. Kathleen O’Toole.
From her devotion to our students and commitment to simplicity to her immense dislike of talking about herself, Sr. Irene Laurence is a Franciscan through and through.
“Sapere Aude!” (Dare to know).
Here at Mount Alvernia Academy we celebrate the uniqueness of each child as a gift from God.
Books have a unique power to transform and move us.
Mount Alvernia Academy Fifth and Sixth Grade Religion Teacher Mrs. Geary heard about Mount Alvernia Academy for the first time from a former colleague, who told her that working at MAA made her feel like she had “died and gone to heaven.”