Tradition of Catholic education began with Ursuline Academy

When Ursuline Academy interim president Glenn Gennaro walks out of his second-floor office in the main academy building on State Street, he tries to remain extremely attentive.

“This is a huge place,” Gennaro said, referring to Ursuline’s 11-acre campus that is dotted with grand stone buildings with interconnected walkways and a surprise seemingly behind every twist and turn. “When I come out of my office, if I turn the wrong way, I have to walk four blocks.”

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