St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s Alumnae Association hosted a pizza party for members of the class of 2015. The recent DHS graduates came back to campus to enjoy lunch, pick up their yearbooks, and reunite with old friends and teachers. Over 120 former students were in attendance! Click here for the photo gallery!
St. Mary’s Dominican High School President Dr. Cynthia A. Thomas leads faculty and staff during a tour of the Science and Technology Complex that is scheduled to open end of April. Construction plans were unveiled at the school’s September 29, 2014 announcement of the STREAM – Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Arts and Math – initiative. …Continue Reading
Six students were inducted into the Tri-M Music Honor Society at St. Mary’s Dominican High School. Tri-M is a Music Honor Society developed to motivate students, recognize their efforts and honor their accomplishments. Candidates for membership are chosen from students currently enrolled in the music department, who meet the following requirements: must have been enrolled …Continue Reading
Forty-seven students at St. Mary’s Dominican High School were inducted into Mu Alpha Theta (MAO) during recent ceremonies. MAO is the national high school and two-year college Mathematics Honor Society with 105,000 student members in more than 2100 schools. The honor society is dedicated to inspiring keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the …Continue Reading
On Thursdays, a dedicated group of alumnae and mothers of current students and graduates gather together at Dominican to say the rosary. Our community is grateful for their prayers and their dedication over the year. At their pre-Christmas gathering are (from left, back row): Kathy Ciaccio Giler ’71, Jaime Buck ’83, Sandee Krizan, and Petrea …Continue Reading
St. Mary’s Dominican High School received Microsoft Surface™ Pro 3s from The Ruth U. Fertel Foundation. At the presentation, James E. Ryder, Jr. of the Foundation, shared the legacy of Ruth Udstad Fertel, a successful restaurateur and founder of Ruth’s Chris Steak Houses. Ruth Fertel, a single mom of two sons, was working as a …Continue Reading
“The best way to spread Christmas cheer is signing loud for all to hear!” Christmas cheer rang through the halls on Monday at the annual Christmas Assembly. There was a “Christmas Carol-Off” between all of the grades. The junior class was victorious! To wrap up the assembly, E-Board presented a video montage showcasing the lip-synching …Continue Reading
Over 300 enjoyed Breakfast with Baby Jesus on Saturday, December 12. Children were entertained with storytelling, Make-A-Craft sessions, photos with Santa and holiday songs led by members of the choir. A Living Nativity was presented by the Dominican High School Drama Club for all to take part. To celebrate baby Jesus, the children sang Happy …Continue Reading