Parent Club


The Parent Club is a service organization to the school. All parents automatically become members by virtue of registering their daughters as students. The role of the Parent Club is to support the school’s effort in carrying out the school’s mission. The Club provides an important means by which parents can become involved in the life of the school. The Parent Club Board members serve as liaisons to the Administration.

Volunteer Opportunities


Jerica Chustz President
Clare Altland Vice President
Katherine Hodgins Secretary
Lisa Marinello Member at Large
Kim Divittorio Member at Large
Jennifer Thibodeaux Ex Officio


Campus Beautification
Grandparent’s Club

Catholic Schools Week
Renee Cresap

Dove Ministries 
Kadee Krieger
Amy Cowley
Renee Cresap

Jamie McHugh
Rhonda Meral
Feast Day
Amy Verges
Meals Ministry
Catherine Lagarde
Nicole Porte
Rebecca Adkins
Grandparents Day
Kim Divittorio
Honor Roll Breakfast
Jeannette Landers
Meredith Golemi
Rebecca Sandoz
Ellen Salvaggio
Coffee and Conversations
Clare Altland
Sweet Treats
Melanie Clabert
Lisa Marinello
Teacher Appreciation
Rebecca Adkins

List of 13 items.

  • Campus Beautification

    Responsible for beautifying the campus.
  • Dove Market

    All past and present SSA families and/or alumnae are invited to participate as vendors at the Dove Market. The community is invited to shop for holiday gifts and presents. The Dove Market is held in the gym. Volunteers are needed to help with set-up and coordination of the event.  
  • Dove Ministries

    Adoration; Brown-Bag Lenten Bible Study; Flowers for Mary at Grotto; Set-up for school masses; Prayer chain; Advent Parents' Reflection and Retreat.
  • Falaya Fling Spring Event

    Volunteers are needed to help plan and implement spring fundraising event on campus
  • Father-Daughter Dinner

    Themed dinner and dance for fathers and daughters.  This event is usually held in the Fall of each year.
  • Grandparents' Day

    Grandparents of SSA students are invited to campus for a celebration of the liturgy and program with their granddaughters. Refreshments are provided. This event is usually held in the Spring.
  • Meals Ministry

    This ministry serves to provide meals for SSA families in need.
  • Mother-Daughter Dinner and Fashion Show

    This evening for mothers and daughters is usually held in the spring.  SSA students and their mothers walk the runway for this fun event.  Local apparal shops provide clothing and sponsorship.

  • New Parent Experience

    The event is a meeting for parents who have daughters coming to SSA for the next school year. This meeting is concurrent to the new students attending New Dove Experience.  Administrative team members welcome new parents and discuss relevant topics pertaining to their daughter's first year in a new environment.
  • Recognition Assembly Committee

    Responsible for setting up refreshments for Recognition Assemblies and Open House.
  • St. Scholastica Feast Day

    Mass is held for St. Scholastica’s Feast Day and is followed by a special lunch. Mothers decorate the cafeteria and serve lunch to the students, faculty, staff and honored alumnae.
  • Sweet Treat Days

    Responsible for asking parents at each grade level to bake or buy treats for the students. Volunteer coordinator is responsible for collecting the treats and distributing them to the girls during exam breaks. Treat Day is usually the three days of exams.
  • Teacher Appreciation

    Treats are provided during the year as a thank you for teachers, administration, and staff. Volunteers are needed to provide food or drink. Special lunch is provided to faculty and staff for Christmas and at the end of the academic year.
St. Scholastica Academy is a Catholic, all-girls, college-preparatory high school located in Covington, Louisiana. Founded in 1903, SSA perpetuates the Benedictine tradition of balancing prayer, work, study, and community in developing adolescent girls into Christian women grounded in the Gospel values of the Catholic faith. St. Scholastica Academy is a Catholic girls high school of the Archdiocese of New Orleans. As such it admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities available to students at its schools. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, or athletic and other school-administered programs.