“Even though someone might be different from you or dealing with hard circumstances, service can give you a way to show love to them,” said senior Alyssa Buchheit, St. Dominic’s 2020 Martin Luther King, Jr. Model of Justice Award recipient. St. Louis Review
At St. Dominic, 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.
“I love how St. Dominic has become a home to me, and all the students and staff have become family. I love how I’ve learned to be who I truly am at St. Dominic.”
St. Dominic senior Clay North raised $10,000 for brain cancer research as his senior service project became personal. KSDK
The Glory of Missouri Awards recognize 14 students, each representing one of the virtues engraved in the House Chamber that make up the Glory of Missouri.
St. Dominic FBLA students earned 11 district medals in subject areas ranging from agribusiness to cyber security.
KSDK's Show Me St. Louis celebrated Catholic Schools Week by giving viewers a look at what is special about St. Dominic High School. Show Me St. Louis
St. Dominic High School seniors Nick Bone and Madeline Stewart are recipients of the Archdiocese of St. Louis' 2019 Martin Luther King, Jr. Model of Justice Award.
Student leaders from St. Dominic High School's robotics program presented "STEM + Project Management = Success" to area community and business leaders at the Economic Development Center of St. Charles County.
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'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.
“I chose to be a peer minister because I want to lead the younger students in a positive direction during the rough patches that inevitably occur during high school,” said senior Caroline Staebell. Crusader Nation News