Our graduates prove that with an SJA education, anything is possible.
More than nine out of ten SJA graduates go to pursue post-secondary education. With more than 4,500 graduates, SJA women are making a difference in Milwaukee and beyond! With education serving as their foundation, our graduates have gone on to become successful women serving as leaders in a multitude of industries including: healthcare, education, law, government and non-profit leadership just to name a few.
To share your story or to recommend a graduate we should reach out to, please contact us at Alumnae@SaintJoanAntida.org or (414) 274-4728.
Born and raised on Milwaukee’s south side. Attended Catholic schools all my life (although my siblings did not).
My mom worked in early childhood education, and then as my grade school secretary, and also grew up on the southside, she loved crafting and especially loved making cute stuff for her girls’ sports teams! My dad retired as a lieutenant from the Milwaukee Police Department, also grew up on the southside, and raised all of his kids in the catholic faith. I have two older brothers and a younger sister who vehemently did not want to attend SJA, and so she didn’t. The brat. But my niece really wants to go to SJA, which I am super excited about!
Each year, the St. Joan Antida High School (SJA) Alumnae Association is proud to recognize one SJA alumna's outstanding contributions to her profession and/or community which support the mission of SJA.
Do you know an SJA alumna who is a distinguished leader in her field? Who serves SJA directly with her time, talent, or treasure? Who empowers girls and women through her professional work and/or community outreach? Contact Jodi Brodersen White to nominate an alumna.