Getting Involved

Our School thrives because of the parents, alumni, and friends who volunteer their time to building a strong, vibrant school community.

Parent Volunteer Opportunities

To get involved with any of the following groups, fill out the Parent Volunteer Interest form or browse below to find out more about each organization.

Arts Boosters

The Arts Boosters work to enrich the arts culture in all School divisions by promoting, supporting and showcasing the fine and performing arts. Learn more about the Arts Boosters.

Athletics Boosters

The Athletics Boosters raise funds, through programs such as the Fall Family picnic and concession sales, to off-set operating costs and incidental expenses of all of our athletics teams. Learn More about Athletic Boosters.

Annual Giving Committee

Annual giving committee volunteers educate fellow parents about the importance of philanthropy within our community and encourage them to give to the School. To get involved with annual giving, contact Maria Gall.


A Parent’s Association program, LINK is a network of parent volunteers who help integrate new families into the School community. New parents are matched with a host family, with children in the same grade as their own, who can help answer questions and provide friendly faces at School events. To get involved with LINK, contact Kaye Henyon.

Parents' Association

All School parents are members of the Parent’s Association by virtue of having a student enrolled at the School. The Association is served by a Board whose role is to enhance the vision and goals of the School by providing opportunities for parents to connect with each other, and by participating in various fundraising activities. Learn more about the Parents' Association.
Sign Up Now!
Check out our new all-School Sign Up Genius page for parent volunteer opportunities.

Parent Ambassador Program

The Parent Ambassador program helps build and strengthen the current parent community by helping them become more informed about the many facets of life at the School. In turn, parents are more empowered to speak about the School to both internal and external community members. Training sessions are held to share a variety of information, including enrollment, academics, student life, and other aspects of the School.

Interested in learning more or becoming a Parent Ambassador? Reach out to McKenzie Harper and keep an eye out in the Weekly Digests for upcoming training dates and times.

Residential Life Host Family Program

Host families provide our boarding students with the opportunity to join in regular family activities and participate in a life outside of the boarding program. Having a local contact outside of School, being invited for a meal or to celebrate a birthday, or simply your presence at one of their games or performances means so much to our students who are not able to share these simple moments with their own families. Learn more about becoming a host family.

Alumni Volunteer Opportunities

Please contact John Blake to learn more about alumni volunteer opportunities or browse below for more information.

Alumni Association Board

The purpose of the Alumni Association Board is to advance the standards, interests and welfare of St. Anne’s-Belfield School, its students, faculty and alumni, and to foster strong relations among them as well as other natural constituencies . To get involved with the Alumni Association Board, contact John Blake, director of alumni relations.

Annual Giving

Visit the Alumni Giving page or Support section to learn more about making a tax deductible gift to the School and the impact it can make on our students.
Annual giving committee volunteers educate fellow alumni about the impact of their giving on the community and encourage them to give to the School. To get involved with annual giving, contact Maria Gall.

Alumni Networking

A group of alumni is working to create professional networking opportunities within our alumni community. If you are interested in creating internship opportunities for St. Anne’s-Belfield students and young alumni, or are interested in visiting campus to speak to a class or students about your career, please contact John Blake, director of alumni relations.

Be A Guest Speaker

There are many opportunities to speak to various grade levels about your occupation, expertise, and experiences, including Quests or Intensives. Contact John Blake for more information or to come and speak.

Chaperone Doug's Trip

If you're interested in chaperoning the annual Doug's Trip in the spring, please contact John Blake.

Host a Senior Intern

If you are willing and interested in hosting a senior at your organization for an internship in May, please contact John Blake.

STAB Clubs

STAB Clubs are groups of alumni who plan events in their respective cities to strengthen alumni bonds. Active STAB Clubs include Charlottesville, Washington,D.C., and New York City. If you are interested in learning more about an existing STAB Club or are interested in starting one in your area, contact John Blake, director of alumni relations.
Parents volunteer at Fall Family Picnic.