Visit to Dooky Chase’s Serves History with Lunch

Lunch and history were on the menu when students in St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s Students for Human Dignity and Diversity in Action organization and school administrators visited Dooky Chase’s Restaurant. The restaurant was led for seven decades by world-renowned Chef Leah Chase, known as the Queen of Creole Cuisine. Mrs. Stella Chase Reese, daughter… Read More

Dominican Inducts 60 Students into National Honor Society

At St. Mary’s Dominican High School, 60 students were inducted into the National Honor Society. Membership into the National Honor Society is based on the four pillars of character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Eligibility requirements for membership in Dominican’s chapter are: attending school as a junior or senior, maintaining a minimum 3.75 (A) average, demonstrating… Read More

Dominican Junior Daja’h Saul National Poetry Contest Winner

St. Mary’s Dominican High School junior Daja’h Saul was among the winners of the National English Honor Society (NEHS) sponsored November Poetry Challenge based on the theme of “Courage and Heroism.” Students and advisors from around the country submitted entries. Saul said that although she doesn’t read poetry often, she found inspiration for her winning… Read More

Dominican Students Connect with Community After School

Members of Students for Human Dignity & Diversity in Action at St. Mary’s Dominican High School welcomed the Peace Center After School Program’s young students to their school for an annual Christmas Party. It was a first-time visit for all but two of the students. They were delighted and surprised when they entered the party… Read More