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FRISKIES CLASS OF 2020
GRADUATION DAY PICTURES
JANUARY 9, 2021
The list of our 2020-2021 A2S STUDENTS & SPONSORS is ready for viewing. Please click on the button above to view.
We appreciate your patience. COVID -19 disruption to the school’s calendar caused the delay in providing you this information.
We are profoundly grateful to all of our sponsors who make this program possible. With your continuous generosity, we will be able to provide tuition, uniform, books, and supplies for 109 girls at STC this year.
The previous year was particularly challenging because of COVID-19. Fundraising revenue declined by 48%. But we are not discouraged. We will continue to reach out to current sponsors and appeal to prospective sponsors. The education of OUR GIRLS is OUR CAUSE.
You can register to be a sponsor, make a payment or view the cost of sponsorship by clicking the button below.
Saints Friskies Alumni Association
Founded in 1990, St. Patrick’s High School (SPHS) and St Teresa’s Convent (STC) alumni association, known as Saints-Friskies Alumni Association (SFAA), represents alumni from both St. Patrick’s High School and St. Teresa’s Convent High School living in the continental United States, Liberia, and 150 countries across the globe. Re-branded as the ‘Saints & Friskies Alumni Association’ (SFAA), the organization aims to build a sustained and lifelong relationship between the schools and its alumni. Alumni from around the world support the organization through their participation and commitment to both St Patrick’s and St. Teresa's Convent High Schools.
SFAA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
OUR GIRLS, OUR CAUSE
Greetings Saints Friskies Nation,
Thank you so much for your participation and support.
In my last message to you, I noted that one of the goals of this administration is to increase the frequency of support to St. Teresa's Convent (STC). I am happy to report that we are now fulfilling that promise.
message from the president of sfaa
A2S PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
NEWS STORIES ON REMITTANCE
Back in Da Day Features...
COMMENTS BY MELVIN HALL:
When I was in Liberia during the early 90’s I had the life-changing opportunity to teach Chemistry and Geography at St. Teresa’s Convent. Over the last several years, I have attended various programs and reunions here in the U.S. and have run into several of my former students. They have greeted me with enthusiasm and good will. Many of them have shared their very impressive experiences with me. I perused my photo archive and found a few pictures of some of my former students. I am posting these pictures with the hope that those on Facebook will recognize themselves and/or their classmates and let me know how everyone is doing..
*NOTE: Please leave a message in the comment section of our Back In Da Day blog letting us know which class is this.
Build an effective framework for alumni and students to grow personally and professionally by:
Providing educational assistance to our schools
Fostering a culture of integrity , learning and respect;
Creating a network to strengthen relationships through shared experience and values; and
Responsibly utilizing resources for maximum impact
STC - Early Years: As STC turns 80, we bring you pictures that tell stories of STC over the years. In this picture, Sister appears to be teaching the girls how to sew. Home Economics was a part of the core curriculum for all girls attending STC.
If you can, please provide historical context in the comments section below. You can view more historical pictures of STC by clicking the button below.
Victor Abraham - Class of '89
Doeba Bropleh - Class of '84++
Lionel Brown - Class of '83
Dr. Michel Dioubae, MD - Class of '83
Samuel Glover - Class of '80
Niahson Porte - Class of '85
Kassa Pratt - Class of '78
Dr. Thomas Sleweon, MD - Class of '78
Kpadi Williams - Class of '73
Evans Yancy - Class of '73
The vision of the Saints and Friskies Alumni Association (SFAA) is “Dedicated volunteers providing educational assistance for children in post-war Liberia.”
+To leave a message of condolence, click on name above
Academic Year 2017-2018
# of Students = 51
Paid = $24,145.01
A2S Program Update
Academic Year 2018-2019
# of Students = 101
Paid = $47,324.10