“Kairos was a pivotal point in my life," said senior Peer Minister Sam Schilling. "It is a huge part of who I am now and has influenced the relationships I have with my peers." Crusader Nation News
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 50-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.”
Fr. Patrick Russell was ordained in May and serves as associate pastor of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish in O'Fallon. Crusader Nation News
The Crusaders won their first state championship since 2013 by beating 2018 champion Summit 2-1 in a game decided by a penalty-kick tiebreaker. St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Forwards Grace Bindbeutel and Jess Larson have powered the offensive attack for the 24-3-1 Crusaders, who play Kearney at 6 pm Friday, May 31, in the Class 3 state semifinal. St. Louis Post-Dispatch
St. Dominic High School's 2019 graduates will attend 57 institutions in 19 states.
“Everyone was working to make everyone else better," Luke Pescarino '19 says of his time as a St. Dominic athlete. "It’s not just a one-man thing.” St. Louis Review
Seniors Ryan Box and Jack Scott will enter Kenrick-Glennon Seminary in the fall, marking the fourth consecutive year St. Dominic graduates have continued to seminary after graduation. Crusader Nation News
St. Dominic's 4-2 Senior Night win over Notre Dame sealed the Archdiocesan Athletic Association Large Division title for the tradition-rich Crusaders. St. Louis Post-Dispatch
The St. Dominic High School community offers condolences, prayers and support to the family and friends of Colson Schaefer ’19, who passed away unexpectedly from natural causes over the Easter weekend.
"Clayton is very humble about the service he does," said campus minister Shelley Lang. "But get him talking about his relationship with the individuals he has worked with and his whole face lights up. He has made some great relationships with his service."