National Merit® Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) has recognized five St. Mary’s Dominican High School students as Semifinalists and two students as Commended Students. Dominican students recognized as National Merit Semifinalists are: Caroline Bickerton, Lillian Cerise, Emma Duckworth, Annie Smith and Abigail Webb. As Semifinalists, they are among approximately 16,000 Semifinalists in the 63rd annual National Merit® …Continue Reading
PINK GAME FESTIVITIES PHOTO GALLERY St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s Siena Gym was a sea of fans wearing pink of many shades when the “Paint The Pitt” Pink Volleyball Games marked its ninth year. Taking to the courts were 8th grade, Junior Varsity, and Varsity teams from Dominican and Mount Carmel Academy that played to …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.
Open House | October 19 | 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm No registration required | Continuous student-led tours View our new recruitment video and learn more about Dominican’s STREAM™ initiative! St Mary’s Dominican High School – STREAM™ from St. Mary Dominican High School on Vimeo. You can also watch our 30 second commercials! Dominican Recruitment Video …Continue Reading
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 …Continue Reading
For the freshman class, threading the eye of a needle and sewing a button to material may not be part of their studies; however, they were introduced to this basic life skill and guided by visiting alumnae who included an airline pilot, an artist who teaches sewing at a fabric store, and a recent Dominican …Continue Reading
In observance of International Day of Peace, a prayer service created by the Peace and Nonviolence Committee of the Dominican Sisters of Peace was shared with the St. Mary’s Dominican High School community. For the morning daily prayer, Principal Mrs. Carolyn Favre gave an opening prayer for “a world where peace is built with justice, …Continue Reading
The St. Mary’s Dominican Robotics team hosted on campus the FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL®) kick-off where students from several New Orleans area schools learned about the different components of the FLL competition. This included programing their EV3 robot, practicing teamwork skills and learning the important points of the Project. The teams are looking forward to their …Continue Reading