Dominican Student Lourdes Maristany Nominee for Louisiana Catholic School Student of the Year

Lourdes Maristany, a St. Mary’s Dominican High School 8th grader and the New Orleans Archdiocesan Student of the Year, is a nominee for the Louisiana Catholic School Student of the Year Award.

At Dominican, she is an Alpha Honor Roll student, a Student Council Vice Representative for the 8th Grade, and a member of the Varsity Tennis Team. She participates in several clubs, including Ecology and Stewardship, Student Ambassadors, and Student Council where she spearheaded the school’s Happy Feet Sock Drive that donated socks to Ozanam Inn. She is the daughter of Dr. Michael Maristany and Mrs. Christine Maristany of New Orleans.

The Louisiana Catholic School Student of the Year program is a statewide competition that recognizes students in 5th, 8th, and 12th grades who have demonstrated excellence in discipleship, leadership, service, citizenship, and academic achievement. It is open to students at Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of New Orleans and the Dioceses of Baton Rouge, Alexandria, Houma-Thibodaux, Lafayette, Lake Charles, and Shreveport.