On a crisp November afternoon the St. Mary’s Dominican High School Preachers visited the Dominican Sisters of Peace at their Motherhouse in Uptown New Orleans. They attended mass celebrated in the Sisters’ chapel and during their community meal, the Sisters shared their experiences and asked the students about their life as young Dominican preachers. Click …Continue Reading
This year marked St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s first French exchange program. Dominican coordinated with Jesuit High School in order to receive 13 students from the Lycee, accompanied by their Exchange Coordinator Dominique Hombourg from Lycee Caousou, a co-ed Jesuit high school in Toulouse, France. Five Dominican students and their families hosted the five female French …Continue Reading
The Craft Club Officers decorated Dominican’s Christmas tree for Celebration in the Oaks. Our theme is “A Black and White Christmas Night.” The Craft Club made penguin ornaments out of recycled 2-liters and 20 ounce plastics bottles. The tree is located near the Storyland entrance when entering from the Amusement park.
Members of the Biotechnology Club extracted their own DNA from their cheek cells and created a necklace with the DNA strands. Click here for the full photo gallery!
Good luck to the swim team as they travel to Sulphur for the state swim meet. Prelims take place today with the finals on Saturday!
Three Dominican students, along with a few other local high school students, visited St. Clement of Rome School in Metairie on October 30 in support of the school’s “Safe, Caring and Respect Week” program. St. Clement students were able to talk to high school students about topics such as peer pressure, bullying and respecting themselves …Continue Reading
Junior Emma Vincent, wrote this beautiful prayer about New Orleans. Emma said that when she was writing it, she looked for another New Orleans prayer, but she could not find one. Emma’s poem is featured online in The Clarion Herald. New Orleans is special, not only because of its enchanting traditions and culture, but also …Continue Reading
Julie Cristina, a chemistry teacher at St. Mary’s Dominican High School, was selected as a Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction, a special program of the National Society of High School Scholars that honors educators worldwide. The honor is for Cristina’s excellence in teaching and her encouragement of and dedication to the academic success of students …Continue Reading