Science Tunes Into Music

Students in Mr. Ryan Reuter’s 8th and 9th Grades Physical Science classes took a “field trip” to the Music Room to learn more about sound waves where Band and Choir Director Ms. Brenda Castillo demonstrated several music principles such as pitch, resonance, frequency, and interference.  The students also learned about the acoustics of the band… Read More

May Crowning Reflection

  Abigail Haydel ’18 There is a saying that stuck with me when I was becoming a Eucharist Minister, and I wanted to share this phrase with the whole student body so all of you can apply it to your daily lives. Listen to these words carefully: “Talk to God like He is your best… Read More

The Class of 2018 Plant Their Gift

The Class of 2018 gifted to St. Mary’s Dominican High a Japanese Blueberry tree that graces the campus quad. The tree, whose flowers have dangling petals, will offer year-round color, producing leaves of green, bronze and bright red. Planted in front of the Gayle and Tom Benson Science and Technology Complex, the tree was donated… Read More

Dominican Presents Scholarship Awards

St. Mary’s Dominican High School awarded school scholarships to 20 current seventh graders based on the students’ academic records and their performance on the High School Placement Test. The scholarships were presented during the May 12 scholarship ceremony held on Dominican’s campus. Recipients, their current schools and scholarships awarded: Brooke Babin, St. Dominic School, Siena… Read More

Book Awards Presented

Thirty-four Book Awards from universities and colleges were presented to St. Mary’s Dominican High School juniors in recognition of academic excellence, strong character and commitment to community service. Brandeis University – Katherine Mazzanti; Bryn Mawr – Margaret Latham; Chatham University – Haley Williams; Colorado School of Mines – Patricia Kelly Jackson; Dartmouth – Madelyn DeRamus;… Read More

Seniors Countdown Final Week

Photo Gallery April 30 through May 4, seniors celebrated their final week of class with several observances and traditions. Early in the week they wore t-shirts indicating their college choice for next fall. On Friday, their last day, seniors enjoyed snowballs during lunch, took their best aim in tossing uniforms and shoes in the recycle… Read More