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Tuesday:  Grade School dress-down, Walking Tacos at lunch 

Wednesday:  Disney Day, Chocolate Drops at lunch

Thursday:  Community Day, Food Trucks

Friday:  Denim Day, Cookie Dough at lunch

UA had 49 students attending the 2015 March for Life in Washington, D.C.  Twenty were in our school group and 29 attended with their parish groups.

The varsity basketball team recently participated in the annual Sister Schools Tournament held at the College of New Rochelle in New York.  Other participating schools were The Ursuline School (New Rochelle, NY), Ursuline Academy (Dedham, MA), Ursuline Academy (Wilmington, DE) and the Academy of Mount St. Ursula (Bronx, NY).

Don't forget to RSVP for the Father-Daughter Dinner & Dance on February 7.

Do you know any of these alumnae?  Contact us with address updates.


E-mail your news to share to tsteck@ursulinestl.org today!


Upcoming Events

Jan 27th - SPLASH Week
Jan 28th - SPLASH Week
Jan 29th - SPLASH Week
Jan 30th - SPLASH Week

Important Links

Ursuline Calendar


Curriculum Guide

Admissions Video


Follett Virtual Bookstore

Student Portfolio Information

Yearbook Information

Bear Facts Online

Technology Usage Agreements


     Dear Ursuline Families,   Our daily efforts at Ursuline focus on fostering a nurturing community spirit. We hear from our visitors that a warm, comfortable hospitality is evident to them from the moment they enter the Academy. Our young women feel this on a daily basis. Ursuline provides the opportunity for a student to feel comfortable in her own skin and develop her...
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     Dear Parents, Recently my colleagues and I have been interviewing applicants for our class of 2019.  I have met young women who are smart, creative, talented, faith-filled and excited about the prospect of sharing their gifts with the Ursuline community during the next four years.  So, in a time of some uncertainty about Catholic education in St. Louis, Ursuline remains...
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     During the fall semester UA launched a new Girls Who Code Club, a community-based affiliate of the national non-profit organization Girls Who Code (http://girlswhocode.com), which seeks to inspire, educate, and equip girls with the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities. By 2020, there will be 1.4 million jobs open in the computing related fields, but the U.S. is only...
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