The MACS student ambassador program is in its eleventh year of serving our schools, parishes, and community. The program is open to students in seventh through twelfth grade who are committed to serving others. This school year (2015-16) there are over one hundred ambassadors who make great contributions to the MACS school life as well as to their parishes and community. There is a very even representation of each grade and gender. Approximately, 42% of the ambassadors are male.
In addition to their commitment to the program, many student ambassadors play school sports, are in student council, the Pro-life club, Spanish club, video club, forensics, band, choir, and the school play and more. They hold jobs, are in 4-H, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Student Emergency Response Team (SERT) and more. They support their parishes by being altar servers, sacristans, readers, and Extra Ordinary Ministers of Holy Communion and are in the choirs. They also volunteer at parish picnics and special dinners. Most of them are honor students and many are members of the National Honor Society. They are bright, athletic, talented, generous and dedicated young adults.