The theme of the 2016 Lenten Assembly was “Spiritual Rehabilitation” with a 14 steps program to help us attain spiritual sobriety. The way of the cross was read, acted and sung by the officers and members of the Drama Club. The choir and string group added to the very reverent atmosphere. The students in attendance …Continue Reading
The latest issue of CityBusiness profiled Matthew Foss, St. Mary’s Dominican High School science department chair, as One to Watch in Education. Congratulations and a Toast of Praise to Mr. Foss! Matthew Foss chairman of the science department/physics teacher St. Mary’s Dominican High School Matthew Foss teaches physics and moderates the Robotics Club, where students learn about …Continue Reading
On March 21, a gathering of more than 150 alumnae attended the annual Lenten Evening of Reflection on campus. Petitions were offered in a special ceremony outside, followed by mass. The event was hosted by the Alumnae Office.
Children enjoyed searching for the 3,000 Easter eggs at the annual Easter Egg Roll at St. Mary’s Dominican High School, presented by Dominican’s Alumnae Association. Children and their families enjoyed the petting zoo, crafts, photos with the Easter Bunny and an Easter Egg Hunt. They also penned their Easter greetings for the Pope. The letters …Continue Reading
At the annual “Top Dog” lunch, the seniors enjoyed hot dogs, with all of the toppings, and nachos prepared and served by the Dad’s Club. They topped off their lunch with sweet treats and dancing to music courtesy of a Dad’s Club DJ! A Toast of Praise to the Dads for a memorable time. Click …Continue Reading
St. Mary’s Dominican High School Veritas Volunteers Club members were volunteer servers at the 39th Annual Chefs’ Charity for Children to benefit St. Michael’s Special School. Celebrity chefs conducted cooking demonstrations and the estimated 1,500 benefit attendees enjoyed their culinary creations.
Among the observances during National Catholic Sisters Week (NCSW), March 8-14, St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s art teacher Jennifer Frosch invited students to contribute to a commemorative bulletin board outside the Campus Ministry office, highlighting various religious orders with photos and brief profiles. Featured orders included the Order of Preachers, Society of Sacred Heart, Daughters …Continue Reading