OPEN HOUSE PHOTO GALLERY On October 20, we opened our doors and welcomed hundreds of families to ‘Experience Dominican’ at the annual Open House. The tours started in the Gayle and Tom Benson Science and Technology Complex. Visitors toured the campus led by our wonderful student guides. Our guests learned about everything Dominican has to …Continue Reading
PINK PEP RALLY AND VOLLEYBALL GAME PHOTO GALLERY Tuesday, October 18, Dominican hosted its Pink Volleyball Game vs. Chapelle. It was a great day filled with tons of spirit, from the pep rally to the Dominifans showing their overwhelming support of the 8th grade, Junior Varsity (JV) and Varsity volleyball teams. The day was a …Continue Reading
DEB & CHEERLEADER MINI-CAMP PHOTO GALLERY At St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s annual Dominican Deb and Cheerleader Mini-Camp, 200 girls in kindergarten through seventh grade learned about dance and cheerleading during a day of mini-camp that ended with their performances to an audience of family and friends.
LIVING ROSARY & GRANDPARENTS’ DAY PHOTO GALLERY St. Mary’s Dominican High School students and grandparents gathered in Siena Gym for the celebration of the Living Rosary and Grandparents’ Day. Recitation of The Joyful Mysteries in English, French, Latin and Spanish was led by a faculty member and student. Drama Club members presented The Joyful Mysteries …Continue Reading
How we respond to challenges can impact our lives. James A. Ragan understood this, when at age 13 he was diagnosed with cancer. At a senior assembly, New Orleans Saints player Thomas Morstead showed excerpts from the film Until 20 that tells James’ story of courage and faith. Morstead, knew James and found his life …Continue Reading
Congratulations to Dominican’s Cross Country team for coming in 1st Place at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Metro Cross Country Championship! A Toast of Praise to senior Emily Doyle who finished 3rd overall in the metro championship!
Pange Lingua Gloriosi Corporis Mysterium echoed throughout campus and the school community stood in respectful silence as Dominican Chaplain Fr. John Restrepo, O.P., led seniors and eight graders, following their Big Sister/Little Sister Mass, in the Eucharistic procession from the Sr. Ambrose Reggio, O.P. Gymnasium to the Adoration Chapel in the Gayle and Tom Benson Science …Continue Reading
When the Pathfinder oceanographic survey ship USNS Maury recently docked at the New Orleans Port, Dominican’s FTC Robotics Team went on board for an informative visit to learn more about STEM careers and the ship’s operations. The Robotics Team learned how the ship maps the ocean floor and how their robotics programming skills can be …Continue Reading