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Current students--complete your math packet during summer Math Camp!


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     Dear Ursuline Community, If you’ve read recent articles about Ursuline in the St. Louis Review and the Ladue News, you’d think that Ursuline has gone computer crazy.  In fact, with the help of the national organization Girls Who Code, Ursuline has developed a very popular computer coding club and a computer coding class to complement our video production and advanced...
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     Dear Ursuline Families, Insieme, together, we are working to continually improve the programs we offer.  I am very grateful for the support offered by the Ursuline Sisters, Board of Trustees, Board Committees, alumnae, Fathers’ and Mothers’ Clubs, past parents, administrators, faculty and staff.  It is amazing how much is accomplished in one school year by the hands of many loyal...
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     Mary Kennedy '15 has been selected for the 2015 Missouri Scholars 100, a statewide program that honors 100 of Missouri's top academic students in the graduating class of 2015.  These students will be recognized at a luncheon at the Holiday Inn Executive Center in Columbia, MO, on Sunday, April 26.   Missouri Scholars 100 is a program sponsored by the...
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     Congratulations to Maggie Ederle '15, Ursuline's 2014-2015 Skippy Keefer Participation & Sportsmanship Award nominee.  Maggie and the area's other nominees were honored at Forest Hills Country Club on February 11. Given in honor of Skippy Keefer, longtime athletic director at John Burroughs School and one of the founders of the Metro Women's Athletic Association (MWAA), this award is presented annually...
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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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