In observance of the Feast of the Assumption of Mary, a community Mass was celebrated by school chaplain Fr. John Restrepo, O.P. Tuesday was Technology Day for 8th graders who attended orientation sessions with faculty and staff. Freshmen through seniors completed their registration and took their yearbook photos.
Today, the Dominican community welcomed the incoming Class of 2022! Monday was packed with several activities. Students were paired with their Big Sisters (Class of 2018) who guided them through the registration process and a run through on locker breaks and class changes where they met their teachers. During lunch, that included home-made desserts from …Continue Reading
Click on the subject below to open/download/print the coordinating supply list. ENGLISH FOREIGN LANGUAGE MATH RELIGION SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES
In July, Dominican co-hosted with Notre Dame Seminary the Foundations New Orleans Seminar, presented by the McGrath Institute for Church Life of the University of Notre Dame and funded by a three-year grant from the John Templeton Foundation. Ten schools were chosen from 70 applicant schools to send three teachers per school (one chemistry or physics, one biology …Continue Reading
Wednesday, June 21, and Thursday, June 22, all Summer Camp activities and Credit Recovery classes at St. Mary’s Dominican High School are cancelled due to the forecast of severe weather. The school plans to reopen for Summer Camp and Credit Recovery on Friday, June 23. Please visit www.stmarysdominican.org for updates. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank …Continue Reading
The Dominican Debs brought home several awards from the June 15-18 Universal Dance Association Camp in New Orleans. Among their wins: Superior rating given in recognition every Deb earning blue ribbons in their evaluations; Leadership Award, voted on by other teams; Spirit Stick, plus a special Spirit Stick awarded to them from another team; Members …Continue Reading
A Toast of Praise to Senior Madeline Lorraine Puente who was featured as a Student Activist in St. Charles Avenue Magazine’s June 2017 issue. Click here to read the feature article.
At Academic Honor Day, students were recognized for their accomplishments in the District and State Literary Rallys. DISTRICT RALLY At the District Literary Rally Competition at Southeastern Louisiana University this year, fifteen students placed in competition. English I – Madison Ferguson 4th English III – Camille Scandurro 1st English IV – Audrey Buck 2nd, Abigail Webb 5th Spanish …Continue Reading