Ten Crusader athletes – including four in Division I – signed to compete at the college level on November 11. St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Our Catholic faith is at the core of our identity at St. Dominic High School. In addition to our four-year religion curriculum and seven faith-based student organizations, the student body regularly participates in Masses, Eucharistic Adoration, Reconciliation services and retreats.
“I love the community that is built upon friendships and faith.”
St. Dominic (21-3-1) advanced to its third final four appearance in school history. The Crusaders finished third in Class 3 in 2008 and fourth in Class 4 in 2017. St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Elianna Hagan '21 interviewed the new shepherd of the Archdiocese of St. Louis. Crusader Nation News
This scholastic honor places Dylan Bateman '21, Taylor Larner '21 and Daniel Montgomery '21 among the top 3% of National Merit participants nationwide.
"We feel like this is a special team," St. Dominic senior hitter Audrey Weber said in a Post-Dispatch volleyball profile. "There's nothing we can't do when we're all working together." St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Senior David Daum is among less than one percent of US high school seniors to receive the honor. He hopes to study at Yale or Stanford after graduation.
“With all those guys, there was something he left in each one of them,” Rich Schmersahl '62 said of former coach, teacher and athletic director Ed Crenshaw. St. Louis Post-Dispatch
In this time that our country and community are experiencing civil unrest, we are called to serve one another as people of faith.
Faculty and staff celebrated the Class of 2020 in style with a special Senior Send-Off parade. A delayed graduation will take place July 8. View Facebook Album
“It’s been an easy transition,” said Rachel Riechers '10, who is in her first year teaching at St. Dominic. “I can post assignments and video lessons, and they answer questions within the video.” She’s set up virtual office hours via Zoom video conferencing so she can interact with students face-to-face. St. Louis Review