As we start the 2020-2021 school year, I think often about how incredibly grateful we all are to be part of this generous and thoughtful community. In a time of great uncertainty with many changes happening mid-school year, this community came together and contributed more to the St. Anne’s Campaign than ever before in our school’s history.

In 2019-2020 we raised over $850,000 with 92% parent participation. Because of this generosity, the school has been able to move forward in transforming our campus to allow for in-person classes to begin the 2020-2021 school year.

The school’s theme this year is Grace Today. One of the definitions of grace is “courteous goodwill”. As this year evolves and changes, this grace and the generosity of our community will be critical in ensuring our students and your kids receive the best education and support possible. I look forward to continuing on this journey with you all — our wonderful community — this year.

With gratitude,
Jennie Ruport
Director of Development

Contact Jennie Ruport with any questions.

Jennie Ruport

Director of Development
Joined St. Anne's in: 2014

Degrees & Certifications:
BS in Communications

Years in education:

Favorite thing about St. Anne's:
My favorite thing about working at St. Anne's is the kids. I love shaking their hands in the morning, spending time with them at recess, and sitting with them at lunch (when they let me!)

Why did you choose education?
I think education is the most important thing we can all support financially. With a strong academic and character foundation, students can succeed and go on to do remarkable things in the world!

Hobbies or interests outside of school:
Outside of school, I enjoy all the wonderful activities Colorado has to offer: mountain biking, hiking, camping, running, and spending time with husband, Chad, and our 2-year old son, Jack.

Stuck on an island, what book do you bring with you?/Favorite book:
Shel Silverstein's A Light in the Attic, a collection of poems. They are quirky, silly, reflective and fun!