For many years now the character and spirit of LFA has been defined by our community’s steadfast commitment towards our mission and vision. Inspiring our students to reach their full potential and make the most of their God-given gifts is the very essence of what drives us as a school. Providing an exceptional education that encompasses all that our students are called to, while remaining accessible to all families, is paramount to the successful delivery of our mission.
The engine behind everything we hope to accomplish as a school is our incredible community. It is remarkable to witness the dedication and resilience of our staff, students, parents, alumnae volunteers, and other community members as we’ve all risen to the challenges of the past few years. Also amazing is that our community’s generosity never wavered. If anything, the spirit of generosity and giving has expanded to respond to growing school needs. For all this, we are deeply grateful.
Gifts to LFA have allowed for a near seamless return to in-person classes this year, a vast expansion of the Indigenous section of our library, new athletic equipment, and key technological upgrades across campus. With accessibility at the heart of our mission, it is noteworthy that gifts to LFA meant we delivered support to every qualified request for financial aid.
We were able to exceed our annual fund goal this year by raising over $400,000 for program enrichment, school development, and vital support for core activities. We’re also excited to report a milestone moment for LFA as our school endowment surpassed $2M. It can’t be understated how much this generosity has empowered the school to deliver an extraordinary experience for the young women who pass through our halls.
While the past few years have been a unique series of trials, it brings me great joy to share how bright the future looks for our school. LFA is poised to enrich current and future generations of young women in perpetuity, and we couldn’t be prouder, more excited, or more grateful.
Diane Little '88
Little Flower Academy