St. Dominic's senior men's prayer group played a soccer match against a Kenrick-Glennon team that included two recent St. Dominic graduates. Crusader Nation
St. Dominic High School is more than a school; it’s a family guided by the four Dominican Pillars of prayer, study, community and service.
Our 44-acre campus is our second home. Here, you’ll find caring friends and supportive faculty who will walk with you as you grow in faith, challenge your mind, nurture friendships and prepare for the next steps in life.
At St. Dominic, you won’t be another face in the crowd…
… you’ll be a member of the St. Dominic family.
“My favorite thing about St. Dominic is the family atmosphere. Everyone at St. Dominic is always very nice and trying to help each other.”
“I never give up because I know that God’s watching over me," says junior Kaylie Meyer. "I’m always conscious of good sportsmanship and want to lead by example." St. Louis Review
St. Dominic High School's National Honor Society chapter hosted a blood drive in partnership with Mercy Blood Donor Services on Friday, September 28. Sixty-three students, faculty and staff participated, donating a total of 43 units of blood.
With three talented goalkeepers on the team, it takes a lot of extra effort for one St. Dominic goalkeeper to stand out. If the last two games are any indication, senior Ryan Box is doing just that. St. Louis Post-Dispatch
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.