Butlers and Witches and Beasts, Oh My! St. Mary’s Dominican High School Presents Almost 20: An Anniversary Musical Review Nineteen years ago, The Butler Did It, Singing started what has now become an (almost) twenty-year tradition of top-notch musical productions at St. Mary’s Dominican High School. This January, Dominican’s drama department will mark this special …Continue Reading
On December 10, 2013, The Junior Idea announced its “Sweet Sixteen” teams that will compete at this year’s New Orleans Entrepreneur Week. The Junior Idea is presented by Junior Achievement of Greater New Orleans in partnership with The Idea Village. The goal is to promote an entrepreneurial ecosystem within young people to support the “next …Continue Reading
The men of DHS wore bow ties and cummerbunds on Friday, December 6th in honor of the winter dances – Winter Formal and Neat-N-Sweet! Legend has it this tradition dates back eight years. Each year the formal attire of our male faculty members is more eccentric than the last. SIDENOTE: Many of our students have …Continue Reading
Congratulations to the Neat -N –Sweet Court! Senior Emily Ross was crowned queen. Also elected to the court were: Seniors – Ranielle Emnace and Lauren Rando Juniors – Stephanie Clavin and Shea Moreau Sophomores – Alexis Dees and Senea Diaz Pictured left to right: Shea Moreau, Ranielle Emnace, Lauren Rando, Queen Emily Ross, Senea Diaz, …Continue Reading
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An Advent Morning of Reflection for Parents in Prayer was held Thursday, December 5 in the Adoration Chapel. The theme was an advent journey with Mary and St. Dominic. Presented by Sr. Pat Harvat,OP. time for quiet allowed for mothers to reflect on their life journey in relation to Mary and Dominic.
When Mary Louise Gernon Schof (’30) attended St. Mary’s Dominican High School at its St. Charles Avenue address, her daughter says her mother cherished those years. “Friendships made there, remained with her the rest of her life,” shared Mary L. Schof (’62). The DHS tradition continues for the family today with four great-grandnieces attending Dominican. …Continue Reading
Last week, students placed pink and blue flags on the school grounds in observance of Pro Life week. The flags represent the estimated 3,288 abortions performed daily in the United States.