On my honor as a leader, I will strive
To make ethical and responsible decisions,
To support the rules and regulations,
To care for others,
To conduct myself with integrity and
To serve the community.
I pledge this commitment in the best interest
of the Culver Girls Academy
and for those for whom I am responsible.
This collection on Culver's Digital Vault features photos and articles highlighting the experience of women at Culver.
Read the latest issue of the Culver Alumni Magazine.
The CGA crest is a treasured symbol and has been worn proudly on the blazers of girls attending Culver Girls Academy since 1971. It epitomizes everything founding CGA Dean Mary Frances England envisioned: a strong school with separate traditions for young women and an emphasis on citizenship and leadership preparation. If Dean England were alive today, she'd find her dream realized.
Culver's alumnae pioneers should take pride in the seeds they planted and the traditions they established have not just taken root, but have been cherished, upheld, and strengthened by those who followed in their path. The young women of CGA today benefit from the experiences and legacy of the Culver women who blazed the trail.