Campus Ministry

In the Spirit of St. Angela Merici, students at Beaumont School are given the opportunity to grow into strong women of faith and service. Angela teaches us that "with the help of God we will do much good for others" and that "we have more need to serve others than they have to be served." Through St. Angela's loving counsels and personal commitment, Beaumont students embrace the mission of "Life, Leadership and Service."

St. Angela Merici

St. Angela Merici, founder of the Ursuline Sisters, was born in Italy in 1474. Angela learned through a dream that she was to establish a company of religious women, which she did in November of 1535. Angela’s Company was a revolutionary idea for the Renaissance women of her time. As a woman of great faith and vision, Angela believed that education, especially that of women, was the key to transforming society. She created a third way for her daughters to live in the world and yet form strong community bonds through an informal network of friendships. Angela’s goal was the holiness of her daughters and the transformation of society through their presence in the world.

 Today Beaumont School continues the philosophy of St. Angela by preparing young women for leadership in society and in the world. The Campus Ministry program helps build an awareness of the Ursuline charism in the faith community in all aspects of the school life: among students, faculty, staff, parents, administrators, the curriculum, policies and planning. It supports the Theology department to integrate the Catholic faith in all areas of a young woman’s life.

 In the spirit of St. Angela, students at Beaumont School are given the opportunity to grow into strong women of faith and service. Angela teaches us that “with the help of God we will do much good for others” and that “we have more need to serve others than they have to be served.” Through St. Angela’s loving counsels and personal commitment, Beaumont students embrace the mission of “Life, Leadership and Service”.

Service Opportunities

*The Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association is looking for volunteers to help on Saturday, October 28th downtown in the Flats for a Run/Walk race. Students would direct runners on the path, hand out shirts, water, etc. They need to arrive by 8:00 a.m. and would be finished by 11:00 a.m. the latest. Contact Mrs. Riley for more details!

*Eliza Bryant Village, a senior care facility on Cleveland’s east side provides essential services in rehabilitation, skilled nursing and transportation. They would love to have student to help with individuals and groups in activities such as fun and games, one-to-one visits and Music and Memory. See Service Boards or Mrs. Riley for more details!