Tuesday, December 8, the St. Mary’s Dominican High School Community came together at Mass to celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, including 18 alumnae from the classes of 1970 – 1979. Student Preacher Sarah Trumbaturi delivered a beautiful, thought-provoking reflection on the Immaculate Conception. REFLECTION In the book of Deuteronomy we read this phrase….“For …Continue Reading
Despite warm December temps in New Orleans, Science Club members at Dominican built their own Fizzy Melting Snowmen, made of white play clay with a baking soda base. The snowmen were decorated with red string and black and orange beads. When vinegar was poured over the snowmen, the acidic vinegar reaction with the baking soda …Continue Reading
Members of the Neat-N-Sweet Court for St. Mary’s Dominican High School were presented at the school’s annual dance for sophomores, juniors and seniors, held at Lakefront Airport Terminal Building at the Lakefront. Members of the court were (from left) sophomore Tia Peck, junior Fernanda Bonet, seniors Anna Moore, Queen Jenna Becnel, and Abigail Hebert, junior …Continue Reading
The men of DHS wore bow ties and cummerbunds today in honor of the winter dances – Winter Formal and Neat-N-Sweet – this weekend! Legend has it this tradition dates back ten years. TAKE ONE! TAKE TWO!
Instant Theatre 2015: Under Construction, November 20 and 21, was a huge hit! Thanks to all those who participated, and all who came out for the show and donated beautiful toys for the 24th Annual Children’s Hospital Toy Drive! Click here for the photo gallery. Photos taken by senior Kris Plunkett and Marcia Peyton, Drama …Continue Reading
The Veritas Volunteers Club at St. Mary’s Dominican High School collected approximately 50 blankets that will be distributed to a local shelter this winter. Nikki’s Blankets was started in 2009 in Orlando, Fl, by a nine-year-old girl named Nikki who asked Santa for blankets to give to the homeless or anyone in need. The organization has …Continue Reading
Dominican students and alumnae participated in the school’s annual Thanksgiving Basket drive. Their efforts resulted in donations for 96 Thanksgiving baskets that were distributed in conjunction with St. Rita Parish to provide Thanksgiving meals for families who reside in the Gert Town community. Click here for the photo gallery! A LETTER FROM KATIE ALMON, CAMPUS MINISTER …Continue Reading
It was a pageantry of traditional dresses and performances at the Multicultural Festival, organized by the Multicultural Club. Dances included traditional Irish and Mexican dances, a hip hop performance and a Korean hip hop dance. Other performances included a gymnastic routine and the playing of a ukulele from Hawaii. The vocal performances were a German Opera and …Continue Reading