Anatomy and Physiology classes recently dissected traditional specimens, i.e. cow eye and fetal pig. During the cow eye dissection lab, students are able to learn the parts of the eye using a hands-on approach. Students are better able to understand how we see as they study the actual parts of the eye. The pig dissection …Continue Reading
Seniors celebrated their last day of class on Friday, May 6 with snoballs, their annual “Shoe” picture, the uniform toss, and a final countdown. Click here for the photo gallery! Seniors’ Last Day from St. Mary Dominican High School on Vimeo.
Front Row (from left): Victori Liu, Julia Cazabon, Laura Youngblood, Isabel Torres, Stephanie Bucher, Sara Kalantari, Elise Bourg, Gabrielle Nguyen, Madison Miller, and Victoria Chan. Second Row: Camille Scandurro, Kelly Jackson, Olivia Edwards, Laurel Mire, Jessica Wallesverd, Brigette Chevalier, Sara Miller, Catherine Bickerton, Rose Doskey, and Lorissa Gallardo. Third Row: Elise Bourgeois, Monet Brignac, Grace …Continue Reading
Activities at the Robotics Extravaganza included student presentations about the different robotics platforms offered at Dominican, video clips of the Robotics teams’ competitions, and how the teams build a robot. The EV3 (eight grade robotics) team presented their jousting robots. Special guests were members of the New Orleans Police Department Bomb Squad. They gave a …Continue Reading
St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s STREAM™ Soirée was the evening of April 29 in the school’s new Gayle and Tom Benson Science and Technology Complex that was blessed and dedicated the previous week on April 22. Dr. Cynthia A. Thomas, President of St. Mary’s Dominican High School, welcomed alumnae, friends and supporters to a celebratory evening …Continue Reading
St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s annual Homecoming Weekend kicked off on Friday, April 22 with approximately 100 guests attending a Mass and reception on campus. On Saturday, April 23 an estimated 225 alumnae, representing 42 different classes from 1933-2012, attended the homecoming luncheon at Metairie Country Club where they also saluted three of their fellow …Continue Reading
It was all hands on the deck of a Pirate Ship at St. Mary’s Dominican High School, created by students from cans of food collected during their annual food drive. During the one-week drive, students participated in the Pirates of the ‘Can’ibbean, a competition between religion classes to collect the canned goods. Each religion teacher …Continue Reading
This year’s spring musical, A Little Princess, was a wonderful production. Congratulations to the directors, choreographers, cast, crew, orchestra and all who worked very hard to put on such an amazing show! Click here to see the photo gallery!