At St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s annual Dominican Deb and Cheerleader Mini-Camp, over 250 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. Click here to see the full photo gallery!
The Dominican Swim Team placed first at the Metro High School Kickoff meet at the University of New Orleans on September 5, and was the winning team at the September 10 dual meet against Mandeville High School at Franco’s Fins Swim Club. Final score was Dominican 89, Mandeville 81. September 15 marked another win for the …Continue Reading
At St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s Seventh Grade Social, girls from area schools enjoyed an evening of fun activities and meeting Dominican students and staff to learn more about academics and student life. They also enjoyed performances by the Dominican Debs and the Cheerleaders. Click here to see the full photo gallery!
On September 10, Seniors celebrated the Pom Pom ring tradition in preparation of receiving their senior rings. The Pom Pom rings were made by the Juniors who gave them to members of the senior class and also performed a skit to celebrate the occasion. Click here for more photos!
Dominican hosted on campus the FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL®) Fast Start event that helps area robotics teams to understand the robotics competition, get a head start on the competition, and answer any questions new teams may have about competition. The opening presentation was given by Dominican alumna (Class of 74) and Tulane University Professor Annette Oertling, …Continue Reading
August 28 was Club Information Day! During lunch, all clubs Dominican has to offer were displayed for students to view, ask questions, and sign up to become a member. Click here for more pictures!
Meet-N-Greets are a fun way for the 8th graders to meet their classmates in the beginning of the school year. During the first two Meet-N-Greets, students enjoyed Domino’s pizza and Raising Cane’s chicken fingers. The treats were provided by the students. The 8th graders were divided up into themed groups where the seniors led icebreakers and activities. The …Continue Reading
On Wednesday, August 26, the Dominican High School community welcomed new students with a Mass of Welcome and Induction. During a special lighting ceremony seniors symbolically pass the Dominican heritage to their Little Sisters by lighting their candles. The tradition dates to the graduating Class of 1957. Click here for the photo gallery!