St. Dominic High School's 2019 graduates will attend 57 institutions in 19 states.
As a comprehensive, college preparatory Catholic high school, St. Dominic fosters the growth and long-term success of every student, regardless of academic ability. Our engaged, caring faculty is personally invested in each student’s academic achievement.
St. Dominic’s college preparatory curriculum and block schedule format allow classes to dive deep into content each session and help prepare students for college studies.
“I love the teachers here. A good teacher can absolutely make or break an experience for you, and I've been fortunate enough to have incredible people looking out for me. I know this staff would always go above and beyond to help us, push us, and see us succeed.”
Thirty-five St. Dominic students scored 30 and above on the ACT during the 2018-19 school year.
St. Dominic High School is pleased to introduce Mrs. Stacy Stewart as its next principal, effective July 1, 2019. Stewart has 23 years of experience in secondary education, including 16 years as an administrator, in the Fort Zumwalt School District.
St. Dominic High School senior Amina Islam has been named a Commended Student in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program. This honor places her in the top 3.3% of students taking the PSAT.
Senior Jeremy Sutterer is a 2019 National Merit Semifinalist, placing him among the top 1 percent of high school seniors nationwide.
In addition to learning about academic programs, internships, job placement and more, students toured the College of Business and university campus.
See the Class of 2018's accomplishments and find out where they're going next.
Students from St. Dominic High School’s Project Lead the Way computer science program visited the University of Iowa’s National Advanced Driving Simulator.
The St. Charles County Economic Development Council recently recognized senior Alex Sabala for her accomplishments and leadership in STEM at St. Dominic.
The Club 30 honorees' ACT scores of 30 or greater represent the top six percent of test results nationwide.