Juniors taking the U.S. history class taught by Mr. Frank Cusimano, Jr. at St. Mary’s Dominican High School were given a personal view of WWII with a visit from WWII Veteran Captain A.P. “Jack” Emerson. In 1941, the 19-year-old Emerson graduated from Fortier High School and immediately enlisted in the Army Air Corps. The New Orleans …Continue Reading
Tuesday was one of the most anticipated days of the year at Dominican: Bleacher Swap! Everyone moved on up to their new bleachers wearing their new class colors! Click here for the full photo gallery!
On Monday, May 18, eighth graders and their families participated in a special Mass of Thanksgiving where they received their Veritas pins! Mass was followed by a reception in Alumnae Hall. Click here to view the photo gallery!
One-hundred seventy-seven students received diplomas from St. Mary’s Dominican High School during the May 16 graduation ceremony held at St. Joseph Church. President Dr. Cynthia A. Thomas and Vice President, Principal Mrs. Carolyn Favre awarded the diplomas. Graduates were presented by Mrs. Wendy Grubb, Chair of the Guidance Department. St. Mary’s Dominican High School Class …Continue Reading
Book Awards from universities were presented to St. Mary’s Dominican High School juniors in recognition of academic excellence, strong character and commitment to community service. Book Awards: The George Washington University - Amelie Zimmer; University of Rochester: Bausch and Lomb – Raeghan Decuir; Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony Leaders Award -Emily Munch; Xerox Award for …Continue Reading
Following the May Crowning Ceremony, students were recognized for special academic honors and awards received during the 2014 – 2015 school year. In a salute to the seniors, Mrs. Wendy Grubb, Guidance Department Chair, highlighted the numerous accomplishments and college acceptances of the Class of 2015. Ms. Yvonne Calvo ’82, President of the Alumnae Association, …Continue Reading
Seniors enjoyed the annual ‘Senior Supper’ on Monday! They dined on crawfish and jambalaya and reminisced about their years at Dominican! Click here for more photos!
St. Mary’s Dominican High School eighth-grade students in Ms. Crissy Giacona’s science classes applied their knowledge of Newton’s Laws of Motion in their design and construction of rubber band powered vehicles. Students raced their cars to see which ones went the distance. Awards were given for the most creative car design and the farthest distance.