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This 37th Annual Manhattan at the Bay weekend, if you are in a position to give, please consider helping us reach our $200K goal by making a gift to the St. Mary Academy – Bay View President’s Emergency Relief Fund, which will ensure that Bay View students affected by COVID-19 can continue their Bay View educations without undue financial anxiety. Your support is deeply appreciated.
Your generosity directly aids our families affected by COVID-19. We are deeply blessed by your support.
Introducing the President’s Emergency Relief Fund
A special message from St. Mary Academy –Bay View President Sister Marybeth Beretta.
A special message from three-time Daytime Emmy Award-winning actor, Gina Tognoni-Chiarello, Class of 1992.
For 37 years, the annual Manhattan at the Bay weekend has raised critical funds for Bay View students. When you support Manhattan at the Bay, you support our future leaders.
At Bay View, stars are born. When you support the President’s Emergency Relief Fund this Manhattan at the Bay weekend, you will ensure that our performers and artists affected by COVID-19 can stay in school.
Introducing, for the first time in history, the Bay View Players’ Virtual Choir!
St. Mary Academy - Bay View Class Ambassadors share why they give and why giving matters.
Nina Anastacio Rawls, Class of 2012, reflects on how donors and alumnae have made a difference in her life.
Your gift to the President's Emergency Relief Fund will keep our athletes affected by COVID-19 in school.
Twenty years after graduation. Kendall Lima Purdy, Class of 2000, reflects on how cabaret and financial aid made an important impact on her life.
You are invited to join the Bay View Players Virtual Choir for a final presentation.
For a full listing of Manhattan at the Bay and Spirit of Mercy Scholarship Dinner sponsors, click here.
Calling all Bay View Players Alumnae, learn more about joining our Alumnae Virtual Choir today.
Special thanks to Mrs. Christine D. Kavanagh, Ms. Diane Gualtieri, Mrs. Nancy Anastadis Peters ’04, Ms. Karen Mellor, and The Bay View Players Virtual Choir!
Mrs. Kavanagh, the entire Bay View community is thinking of you and holding you in our prayers. Stay strong.