9/26/19—Saint Joseph Academy’s (SJA) President Mary Ann Corrigan-Davis ’71 announced she will retire at the end of the 2019-2020 academic year. She was named the first president of SJA in 2006.
“Leading SJA as president for the past thirteen years has been a blessing in my life, and I am so proud of the many achievements of SJA during my tenure, the culmination of a true team effort. The Academy’s exceptional curriculum, co-curricular and extra-curricular programs are second to none,” said Corrigan-Davis.
During her tenure, Corrigan-Davis worked to improve and evolve SJA through elevated academic offerings and programs, expanded arts and athletic teams, broadened professional and international opportunities for students, strengthened financial foundation, and improved physical facilities for the dynamic learning environment and growing enrollment of students.
Olivia M. ’19 proclaimed, “Every student at the Academy has individual interests and Mrs. Corrigan-Davis makes an effort to provide as much support and guidance as she can for each and every one of us. Without her encouragement, I never would have had the courage to work so hard to reach for the stars.”