Donor Voices

Joi and Bob Stowe
Joi and Bob Stowe

"What made the greatest impression on us, besides the transformation of the girls into young women, was the dedication, commitment and professionalism of the faculty."

"The school has gone through a metamorphosis in plant and equipment. The campus is technologically forward facing, and has maintained its bearing and beauty. Behind the scenes, teachers are delivering an education worthy of the name Ursuline and equally as impressive as the beautifully renovated school...

Parents of Alumnae

We want other bright young women in Dallas to have the same education that has been so important to our three daughters.

Our Ursuline experience started with the acceptance of our oldest daughter, Rebecca, to the class of 2005. She went on to the Texas A&M Honors program and is currently in the second year of SMU Law School. Robin started a year later and is about to start a career as a special education teacher at Southlake Carroll Middle School after four years at A&M. Rachel graduated in 2008 and is a junior at Rhodes College with a nursing career in her future. All are beautiful and intelligent young women, focused on the future and with the message of Serviam in their hearts.

We jumped into Ursuline right along with the girls. We worked the phones for the fund drive, served on the Parent's Board and got involved in the Mom's Club and the Dad's Club Board. Like the girls, we made our time at Ursuline count.

What made the greatest impression on us, besides the transformation of the girls into young women, was the dedication, commitment and professionalism of the faculty. We decided that the area where we could most help is in the area of faculty endowment.

The school has gone through a metamorphosis in plant and equipment. The campus is technologically forward facing, and has maintained its bearing and beauty. Behind the scenes, teachers are delivering an education worthy of the name Ursuline and equally as impressive as the beautifully renovated school. We want to make sure the faculty is up to the task, and competitively rewarded for their commitment.

Ursuline is retooling while still delivering our future leaders; competent, poised and up to the challenge of problems that we have not been able to solve. No one can stand still, the status quo is never enough. We want teachers who are up to the task of delivering these leaders.