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  • Annie Randle '15

    Annie Randle ’15 performed in Legally Blonde at Vanderbilt University in Nashville. She plays a few parts including Elle’s mom and the sales girl. She also auditioned and won the role as the Anchor of the Vanderbilt TV station, V-TV. She anchors the school TV station on their weekly broadcasts.
  • Jessica Gutierrez '13

    I received my undergraduate degree in Design Studies with a Concentration in Graphic Design from San Jose State University. While I am currently working as a freelance graphic designer, I will continue my education at SJSU to receive my teaching credential for Art education. My goal is to bring together my passions of both education and art in order to inspire students to exercise their own creativity. 
  • Leah Pezzetti (Horner) '13

    Leah is a reporter and weekend weather anchor at KERO, the local ABC affiliate, in Bakersfield, California. She graduated early from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a B.S. in Broadcast Journalism and immediately started at 23ABC. In college, she won many prestigious journalism scholarships and awards, including two Sacramento Press Club scholarships, the Outstanding Senior Award in her graduating class and a National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) scholarship to attend their workshop. She also was in an a cappella group in college that led her to sing with Jason Mraz during his tour, compete in the Los Angeles A Cappella Festival and record two albums that are on Itunes.
    In high school, Leah was cast in six main stage productions. She won an Elly Award for Best Supporting Actress as her role as Rachel Lynde in Anne of Green Gables and was nominated for Best Leading Actress for her role as the Baker's Wife in Into the Woods. She was part of St. Francis' Chamber Choir beginning her sophomore year, was in the first ever show choir group, joined Dance Company and acted with the SF Players. She graduated from St. Francis with the Outstanding Senior in the Arts award.
  • Sara Warady '14

    Sara Warady ’14 is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Music in Clarinet Performance at the University of Michigan.  She has performed with U of M’s Symphony Band and Concert Band, and last year she received the Band Alumni Scholarship for her dedication to the university’s band program.  In addition to pursuing her passion for music, Sara is also majoring in chemistry.  After graduation, she hopes to combine her interests in music and science by studying Performing Arts Medicine – an emerging field that helps artists overcome performance-related injuries
  • Delaney Feener ‘14

    Delaney Feener ‘14 is performing the title role in Willam Shakespeare’s Richard III at DePaul University. DePaul is one of the premier theatre schools in the country. At St. Francis High School Delaney performed onstage in many shows including her Elly awarding winning performance as the Witch in Into the Woods and Jesus in our gold medal Lenaea production of Godspell.

    2017 Update - Delaney receives prestigious Princess Grace Award for Theatre. Learn more PR News Wire Article about the 2017 Awards.
  • Angelica Whaley '11

    Angelica graduated from Saint Mary’s College of California in May 2015 with a degree in Music: Vocal Performance. She attended Saint Mary’s on a voice scholarship, the first recipient in the school’s history. She had the incredible opportunity to sing at very prestigious events all around the Bay Area as an ambassador to the school as well as travel the world performing with the choirs. Angelica spent a summer in Germany in an intensive opera program. She sang in Carnegie Hall with the choirs as a featured soloist.

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  • Olivia Stevenson '11

    Olivia Stevenson ‘11 received her Master Degree in Theatre from the prestigious Royal Conservatoire of Scotland! Olivia was involved in SF Theatre for the four years she attended SFHS. She was part of three Elly award winning productions and was nominated for multiple individual Elly awards. Mrs. Watson, our Theatre Director, reached out to Olivia for an update on her post-SFHS experience: “I’ve just completed my graduate degree in acting with an MA Acting Classical and Contemporary Texts at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. The course offered a variety of opportunities, which led me to perform and work on Shakespeare’s Globe stage in London for a month’s residency, devised ensemble based theatre, and new writing with some of Scotland’s most beloved playwrights. I now move to NYC to begin my acting career!”

    2017 Update -
    Olivia opened in Measure For Measure at the Scranton Shakespeare Festival! 
  • Rose Cangelosi '10

    Standing in line to register for classes at SFHS, I was anxious and unaware that soon I would meet the mentors who would inspire me to pursue my dream career. Theater and dance classes occupied my first semester's introduction to the fine arts. Upon learning of my drumming hobby, my intuitive and attentive instructors introduced me to the music department. When I met Prof. Edens, Mrs. Harris, and Mr. Blanchard, I knew I'd found my home within my high school. That first semester, I luckily didn't make the basketball try-outs, just in time for the school musical, “The Sound of Music.” Playing drum set and percussion in that musical was my first step towards considering a dream career. For the next four years, I played in every musical, concert, church service, or special event that the department asked of me. I felt that my abilities were encouraged and valued more than ever before.
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  • Frances Wang '10

    Frances Wang ‘10 has dreamed of being a journalist since she was kid after being interviewed by Walt Gray. 
    She’s always been the most talkative of her peers, so her former teachers and classmates aren’t surprised she became a reporter.

    After graduating from St. Francis High School, she went on to become a Trojan at the University of Southern California. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with Phi Beta Kappa honors. During her time there, she also earned a second Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.

    Right now, you can watch Frances on ABC10 anchoring weekends at 5,6,&11 and reporting weekdays.
  • Samantha (Osborn) Dotterweich '09

    Samantha (Osborn) Dotterweich, class of 2009, graduated from the University of Notre Dame in May 2013 with a degree in Music: Vocal Performance, with honors. She then went on to a Master of Sacred Music, which she earned in May 2015. Samantha has sung several principal opera roles, including Barbarina in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro, Paquette in Bernstein’s Candide, and Despina in Mozart's Cosi fan tutte.As a concert soloist, Samantha regularly performs works by Handel and Bach. She also devotes much of her time to choral music, regularly singing with professional ensembles in Boston, Indianapolis, and Chicago, and acting as the establishing director of the Neighborhood Choir Academy with the Indianapolis Children's Choir. Samantha and her husband William currently live in Boston, where Samantha sings professionally as a chorister and concert soloist.
  • Julie Soto '06

    Congrats to Alumna Julie Soto '06 who wrote a musical with fellow SFHS Arts actors Ryan Warren and Will Finan called "Generation Me the Musical." The musical was accepted into the 2017 New York Musical Festival (NYMF).

    Julie, Ryan and Will were all in Mrs. Watson's productions from 2003-2007. 

    Performances for "Generation Me" are from July 26-30. 
    More info about the show here -
    More about the New York Musical Festival here
    Congrats Julie, Ryan and Will.  #ArtsAlumnae
  • Stacey Stoddard Burkett '04

    Stacey Stoddard Burkett ’04 started her circus career in 2009 at the Gravity Arts, training under renowned aerialist TT Robson. Stacey has trained locally in Santa Cruz, as well as at Kinetic Arts in Oakland. While silks has always been her first love, she has also performed some rope, and two years ago, added hand balancing and partner acrobatics to her repertoire. Stacey was a part of Acro5, an all female circus troupe, in 2015, and as a part of the group, performed in last year’s Santa Cruz Dance Week, and assistant-produced and performed in a full-length professional aerial and acrobatic show called Luminance. Stacey recently began teaching Beginner Aerial and Acrobatics at Radical Movement Factory in Santa Cruz. She hopes to continue her career in the air with more professional performances in the future, as well as continuing to share her passion through teaching.
  • Kiera Mickiewicz Anderson ’99

    Kiera Mickiewicz Anderson ’99 is thrilled to be moving back to Sacramento with her husband Bradford and future Troubies Juna (4) and Finola (1) after nine years in New York and eight years in LA. She will continue teaching yoga, acting and in her position as Assistant to the National Director with the DEA Youth Dance Program. 
  • Maura Knowles '86

    Maura Knowles ’86 is the C.E.O. and founder of Mac-n-Mo’s, a Morselicious healthy baking company created in honor of her dad, Mac, and an International Integrative Board Certified Health Coach (A.A.D.P.). She is actively involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles, the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and has served on the host committee for Dr. Oz’s non- profit organization, HealthCorps.
    Maura was inspired to write Insult to Injury based on her own life and death experiences, turning to her Irish American comedy roots. She believes that a balanced life is important, as it enriches the life of all artists. An avid traveler, a.k.a, The Wanderlust Queen, her singing career has taken her across the globe, inspiring her to trek throughout Europe with a recent visit to her motherland. She’s also traveled to Ireland, Greece, Turkey, Bali, Thailand, Japan, China, Africa, the Seychelles, the Caribbean, Mexico, Costa Rica, Peru, French Polynesia, Canada, and throughout most of the United States including Hawaii and Alaska. Her guiding philosophy “It’s not what happens to you in life. It’s how you deal with it. Well, at least most of the time.”