RING DAY 2017 PHOTO GALLERY Generations came together for the annual Ring Day Mass and Ceremony at St. Mary’s Dominican High with the Class of 2018 counting 46 mothers, 19 grandmothers, and 4 great-grandmothers who are Dominican alumnae. For senior Caroline Bickerton, her class ring is one close to the family. It was first worn …Continue Reading
Seniors started their first month of their final school year with the Pom Pom ring tradition in preparation of receiving their senior rings. Pom Pom rings were made by the juniors who gave them to members of the Class of 2018 and performed a skit to mark the occasion. Instead of turning the pom pom ring, …Continue Reading
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the St. Mary’s Dominican High School community is coming together to help our Dominican Sisters in Houston through our school’s Hurricane Harvey Relief efforts. After Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the Houston Dominicans and their schools, St. Agnes Academy and St. Pius X High School, provided extraordinary care and generosity …Continue Reading
Creativity prevailed at the August 25 Back to School Dance. Students, from 8th graders to seniors, displayed their soaring spirit in an array of class colors.
Today, at 12:30 p.m., the St. Mary’s Dominican High School community joined in the Southeast Louisiana Day of Prayer. A student preacher led students, faculty and staff in recitation of the Archdiocese of New Orleans Prayer – In the New Battle of New Orleans Against Violence, Murder and Racism. St Mary’s Dominican High School, sponsored by the Dominican Sisters …Continue Reading
As the moon crossed the sun, Dominican students viewed the August 21 solar eclipse outside, wearing protective glasses, and inside, watching NASA’s live feed of America’s Pacific-to-Atlantic total solar eclipse. The last such eclipse was 99 years ago.
By Caroline Bickerton, Class of 2018 This July, I was blessed with the opportunity to attend the 19th Annual Dominican High Schools Preaching Conference with five of my fellow student preachers from St. Mary’s Dominican High School. Siena Heights University in Adrian, Michigan, became our home for a week as we dove into the true …Continue Reading
In observance of the Feast of the Assumption of Mary, a community Mass was celebrated by school chaplain Fr. John Restrepo, O.P. Tuesday was Technology Day for 8th graders who attended orientation sessions with faculty and staff. Freshmen through seniors completed their registration and took their yearbook photos.