Presentation is proud of its longtime traditions, many of which date back to the school's founding in 1962.
The entire student body, regardless of faith tradition, gathers regularly throughout the year to celebrate the spirit of community and prayer at liturgies and prayer services, which are held in the school gym. For more information about faith life at Pres, click here.
Class levels coordinate bake sales, craft fairs and other activities to raise money for the ministry of the Sisters of the Presentation in Nicaragua and Guatemala. To learn more about Mission Drive, click here. (Spring)
Members of the senior class are among the models in this spectacular production that raises money for financial aid. Student models are chosen based on participation in student activities and academics. Click here for more information about Fashion Show.
Held every two years, this memorable afternoon is a salute to grandmas, grandpas and other special relatives in the lives of our students. It's a wonderful opportunity for students to introduce older generations to their school. For more information, click here. (Fall)
During Freshman Orientation, new students are placed in groups led by an upper-class student leader. These "Big Sisters" help them adjust to high school life and serve as a supportive friend and confidant. Big and Little Sisters participate in four fun events during the school year that include crafts, lunch and holiday-themed activities. For more information, click here.
Lasting memories are created at semi-formal and formal dances, such as the Black and White Charity Ball and, of course, Prom. Informal dances, known as mixers, are held throughout the year as well, including a mixer at the beginning of the school year just for freshmen. Click here for more information.