Seven current students have been named AP Scholars 2013-2014. AP Scholar recognition is given to students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams. AP Scholars are Nadia Khan, Genevieve Mattei, Rachel Nguyen, Callie Oliver and Kaitlyn Tholen. AP Scholar with Honor recognition is granted to students who receive an average …Continue Reading
Recently, two Exxon Mobile engineers spoke to the Robotics Club members about engineering and helped the students build a robot.
8th grade Cross Country – Camryn Wisniewski 8th grade Volleyball – Elise Cresson The Lou Reilly Award is presented in memory of a wonderful Dominican graduate. For many years she had served the community as an educator with a special love for athletics and student athletes. She saw athletic competition and sportsmanship as an important …Continue Reading
Dominican alum Dr. Aimée K. Thomas shared with Science Club members her work as Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Loyola University New Orleans. Aimée, a ’91 graduate, has an interest in promoting STEM education and environmental awareness through informal science education programs and research. She believes that teaching scientists methods …Continue Reading
Members of the Neat-N-Sweet Court for St. Mary’s Dominican High School were presented at the school’s annual dance for sophomores, juniors and seniors, held at Lakefront Airport Terminal Building at the Lakefront. Members of the court were, (from left), Juniors Mallory Grefer and Meredith Larriviere, Seniors Hillary Bosch, Gabby Burmaster who was crowned Queen, and …Continue Reading
Over 300 enjoyed Breakfast with Baby Jesus on Saturday, December 13. Children were entertained with storytelling, Make-A-Craft sessions, photos with Santa and holiday songs led by members of the choir. A Living Nativity was presented by the Dominican High School Drama Club for all to take part. To celebrate baby Jesus, the children sang Happy …Continue Reading
A little Christmas fun before exams! Last Friday, the Chemistry classes made s’mores with the Bunsen burners and sang Christmas Chemistry carols to the tune of The Twelve Days of Chemistry and We Wish you a Happy Halogen! Click here for s’more pictures!!!
“The best way to spread Christmas cheer is signing loud for all to hear!” Christmas cheer rang through the halls on Friday at the annual Christmas Assembly. There was a “Christmas Carol-Off” between all of the grades. The sophomore class was victorious with their rendition of “We Three Kings!” To wrap up the assembly, E-Board …Continue Reading