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
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.”
"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."
Religion teacher Denise Bossert appeared on "The Journey Home" to discuss her conversion to Catholicism, Holy Land pilgrimages and more. EWTN
Bishop Mark Rivituso, who taught at St. Dominic in the early 1990s, was joined at the altar by area priests, including four fellow past/present St. Dominic faculty.
Nearly 175 SDHS students and faculty represented St. Dominic and area parishes at the 2019 March for Life in Washington, DC. Crusader Nation News
For his Leadership course capstone project, St. Dominic junior Tony Petruso organized the event to support Peter and Paul Community Services' programs for people who are homeless, including those with mental illness or HIV/AIDS. St. Louis Review
St. Dominic High School is honored to host "In Plain Sight: Homelessness Exposed," an exhibit from Sts. Joachim and Ann Care Service.