Classes Show Their Christmas Spirit at Dominican

From Chemistry classes to the Carol-Off, St. Mary’s Dominican High School students showed their Christmas spirit before the end of the year.  Students in Theresa Maquar’s chemistry classes channeled their Christmas spirit and created Periodic Table Christmas ornaments for the Chemis-Tree. Each student designed an ornament representing an element from the Periodic Table. Classes sang… Read More

Students Selected for District Honor Band and Choir

Congratulations to the following band and choir students for making the District Honor Band or District Honor Choir. District Youth Honor Choir Emily Anding, Julia Costa, Mia DiGiovanni, and Samantha White District Senior High Honor Choir Madison Adams, Elise Bourg, Lili Cerise, Pelarr Edwards, Molly Gaffney, Kamryn Gervais, Logan Jackson, Elise Karcher, Olivia Olson, Lindsey… Read More

Paths Informed by Faith

For Angie Thomas, the career paths she has taken have been informed by faith. During a visit to Anne Comiskey’s Law Studies class, she shared with students life events and choices that led her to serve today as Chief Executive of the Woman’s New Life Center in New Orleans and Baton Rouge. The Woman’s New… Read More

The Chemistry of Cabbage

Starting with cabbage juice, students in Mrs. Crissy Giacona’s 8th Grade science class made their own pH indicator solution. Students added vinegar, ammonia, and a baking soda solution to look for a color change in the cabbage juice. Using a pH scale, the students determined the pH of the new solution. Red cabbage juice contains… Read More

Connecting Science and Faith

Students in Mrs. Theresa Maquar’s Chemistry I class looked at the connections between science and faith when they explored the chemical principles involved in creating the perfectly dyed Easter egg. Students studied the properties and effects of acids and bases. The egg dyeing activity presented them with a fun way to see chemistry in action, including… Read More

Testing Knowledge – Dissection

Working in groups of four, students in Ms. Anjel Guitroz’s anatomy class tested their cumulative knowledge of all systems of the fetal pig during dissections of specimens that spanned a one-week period.     Starting with the external anatomy, students identified structures and functions. They next dissected the pig to expose the digestive system. Each… Read More

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