Dr. Reichardt Announces Change

Dr. Tina Reichardt, President of Ursuline Academy, informed the Board that she will complete her term as President at the conclusion of the 2017-2018 school year. Dr. Reichardt has served 42 years in Catholic education in the Archdiocese of St. Louis, and 12 years as the first lay president in the history of Ursuline Academy in St. Louis. […]

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Model of Justice Award

Allison Kohne ’18 was named as Ursuline’s recipient of the 2018 Martin Luther King, Jr. Model of Justice Award for her work through the Leadership for Diversity Team, the example she sets for her peers, and the personal growth she has achieved through her involvement and service.  She is pictured here with Mrs. Pat Witt […]

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Feast of St. Ursula Events

The Feast of St. Ursula (October 21) was observed on October 19 at UA with a special liturgy planned by the sophomores, the installation of our 2017-18 Student Council members (see below), and the third annual #CutPassLove hair drive to benefit Children With Hair Loss. Sixty-two students donated a total of 397 inches of hair, […]

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Fall 2017 Honor Society Inductees

Congratulations to the many students who were inducted into our honor societies during October! National Honor Society Seniors: Bailey Beason, Sofia Ceresia, Maggie Fix, Meredith Miklos and Clara Riggio Juniors: Natalie Bianchino, Grace Breeding, Lauren Desmond, Molly Effer, Molly Gerhardt, Anna Gonsalves, Jenn Hessel, Katie Horack, Emma LaMartina, Sophie Laposha, Jane Leritz, Phoebe Leon, Grace […]

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Merit-Based Scholarships Announced

Merit scholarships recognize students with strong academic credentials. These are renewable scholarships that are automatically applied to any incoming student who meets all criteria. Academic Excellence Scholarship: $5,000 Core composite score on 7th- or 8th-grade standardized testing is at 98th or 99th percentile Principal’s Scholarship: $2,000 Core composite score on the 7th- or 8th-grade standardized […]

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Presentation of Academic Awards Earned in the 2017-2018 School Year

The Ursuline Scholars Award Awarded to students who achieved a cumulative grade point average of 4.0 or better at the end of the 2016-2017 year.  The recipients of this award are presented a white sweater or a chevron if they have already earned a white sweater. Class of 2018:  Morgan Bahr, Haley Baker, Emerson Brazile, Megan Catlett, Fiona Curran, Sarah […]

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First and Second Honors Awarded for the Spring 2017 Semester

Class of 2018, First Honors: Morgan Bahr, Haley Baker, Bailey Beason, Anne Bettag, Emerson Brazile, Lilly Breheny, Emily Broughton, Gabrielle Cadieux, Megan Catlett, Caroline Cerutti, Laura Creamer, Fiona Curran, Grace Eisenbarger, Sarah Elbert, Margaret Fix, Kiley Freesmeier, Madelyn Grady, Lauren Heatherly, Grace Hickey, Caroline Hoffman, Marygrace Hummel, Julia Igel, Lily Kohlberg, Allison Kohne, Paige Kreher, Kaitlyn LaKamp, Natalie McDonald, Abigail Mika, Meredith Miklos, Josephine Moran, Maggie Moran, Lauren Paszkiewicz, Clara Riggio, Maria Scarfino, Madelyn Schneider, Claire Schulte, Giulina Sertl, Corinne Sorensen, Kara Steinbrecher, Carrie Steingruby, Ashley Stephan, Isabella Sutterer, Sophia Torregrossa and Cara Westcott Class of 2018, Second […]

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Students Attend Selective Summer Coding Camps

Caeley Kates ’18 was one of 20 students selected to participate in Fontbonne University’s two-week Cyber Warrior Camp.  Through hands-on activities, speakers, and field trips to Emerson Electric and MasterCard, students learned about cybersecurity principals, SPAM and phishing detection, data hiding and more.  Learn more about the program here and read Caeley’s comments about the […]

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First Three Global Scholars Graduate

The Ursuline Education Network (UEN) has conferred the Ursuline Global Scholars Certificate upon three graduating students who have stretched beyond traditional core curriculum requirements and have demonstrated intellectual achievement, a commitment to service, passion for international issues and a desire to be involved in global change. St. Louis students in the Global Scholars program study […]

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Lexie Schomaker ’17 Named National Merit Finalist

Lexie Schomaker ’17 has achieved National Merit Finalist status and has been awarded a $2000 one-time corporate scholarship from Eaton through the National Merit program.  Lexie is one of 15,000 finalists who represent less than 1% of high school seniors in the nation.  As a result of her status, the University of Alabama has awarded her five years tuition, one year of housing, […]

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