Flintridge Sacred Heart’s Renaissance Student Leaders Recognized as Distinguished School of Josten Renaissance

Join Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy (FSHA) in congratulating its Flintridge Sacred Heart Renaissance Student leaders for being globally recognized as a Distinguished School of Jostens Renaissance!

During this past school year, the board members of Renaissance worked diligently to help the organization apply to be Jostens Renaissance School of Distinction. Jostens Renaissance Education is a global student leadership organization that focuses on providing resources to help schools create a vibrant school climate and culture. The application process challenged FSHA student leaders to present works they’ve done that help embodied the school’s mission and community.

Flintridge Sacred Heart Renaissance Leadership was founded in the spring of 2017 by a group of Tologs who were dedicated to encouraging and recognizing a sense of pride that reflects the results the school’s academic performance, engagement, and community spirit. Five years later, our Renaissance Leaders have made many impactful traditions that inspire our community as a whole.

Co-Presidents: Clara Hughes ’22 & Madison Don ’22
VP: Lexi Santa Maria ’22
Secretary: Ella Li ’23 (President of 22-23)
PR: Peyton DeJardin ’22
Committee Heads: Caitlin Du ’22, Michelle St. Dennis ’22, Allison Risha ’22
Caitlin Cruz ‘22
Ashlee Dubb ‘22
Victoria Ramirez ‘22
Remi Hayashi ‘22
Helena Locateli ‘22
Riley Peterson ‘22
Allyson Barragan ‘23
Kaitlyn Beltz ’23 (VP of 22-23)
Carly Crossland ‘23
Sara Gutierrez ‘23
Sophia Heredia ‘23
Kaitlyn Huang ‘23
Eva Lopez ‘23
Isabella Mehrabian ‘23
Gaby Munguia ‘23
Emily Smith ‘23
Ella Rogers ‘23
Colleen Bollert ‘24
Lindsay Du ‘24
Sophia Durand ‘24
Sophie Lok ‘24
Luisa Madrigal ‘24
Veronica Udell ‘24
Emma Oakland ‘25
Ava Stygar ‘25
Patricia Tomasulo ‘25


Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 440 Saint Katherine Drive, La Cañada Flintridge, (626) 685-8500 or visit www.fsha.org.







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