EASTER EGG ROLL PHOTO GALLERY Cool weather and bright skies welcomed over 400 children and their families at St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s annual Easter Egg Roll, presented by the Alumnae Association. A bounty of 2,000 plus brightly colored Easter Eggs delighted toddlers who searched for them in The Peace Garden in Honor of the Dominican Sisters …Continue Reading
There’s only one weekend left to catch the showstopper tap performances of 42nd Street! Friday, April 7 – 7:00 p.m. Saturday, April 8 – 1:00 p.m. Saturday, April 8 – 7:00 p.m. Sister Ambrose Reggio, O.P. Gymnasium Performance prices: $15.00 (adult)/$10.00 (children 12 and under) $10.00 for Dominican students TICKETS ON SALE AT THE DOOR … Good seats still available …Continue Reading
St. Mary’s Dominican High School students gained insights into a range of career paths during the school’s annual Career Day. 32 alumnae were among the speakers who shared career experiences and insights on a range of professions, including medicine, military, engineering, finance, photography, real estate, law, nursing, education, and business. Thank you to all the professionals …Continue Reading
St. Mary’s Dominican High School honored its student athletes for winter sports with the 2016-2017 Lou Reilly Memorial Awards, presented to athletes who continually try to improve their skills and who have listened to their coaches and teammates. Each recipient was recognized for encouraging those playing while she is not in the game, and when …Continue Reading
HOMECOMING WEEKEND PHOTO GALLERY St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s alumnae, representing 51 classes, celebrated the annual homecoming weekend with a Thanksgiving Mass on campus and a luncheon at the Metairie Country Club. At the luncheon they saluted fellow alumnae Yvette Talamo Endom ’90, Alumna of the Year; Dana Ray ’01, Outstanding Young Alumna of the Year; …Continue Reading
In the school’s Biology Lab, students performed an ELISA – enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay – test, used extensively in medicine and research and based on the immunological response of the formation of an antigen-antibody complex. Biology II instructor Janine Koenig explained, “We were using it as an application of our study of viruses and how they are …Continue Reading
BLACK AND WHITE FRIDAY NIGHT PHOTO GALLERY Nearly 300 fifth and sixth grade Domini-guests participated in the sixth annual Black and White Friday Night. The event was a time for fun, play, and to learn more about the Dominican experience. Our Domini-guests enjoyed several activities, including crafts, relay races, decorating cupcakes, face painting, dancing to Just Dance 2017, …Continue Reading
At the Chefs’ Charity for Children to benefit St. Michael’s Special School, St. Mary’s Dominican High School Veritas Volunteers club members were volunteer servers at the annual event. Celebrity chefs conducted cooking demonstrations and benefit attendees enjoyed their culinary creations. Veritas Volunteers lead moderator is Dione Prince and Dawn Frick is moderator.