Libby Trn ’19 Selected for Missouri Scholars Academy

Congratulations to Libby Trn ’19 who has been selected to attend the 2017 Missouri Scholars Academy to be held June 11-July 1 at the University of Missouri–Columbia. Founded in 1985, the Missouri Scholars Academy was established to provide educational experiences and enrichment opportunities which differ significantly from those provided in more traditional high school settings.  Libby is one […]

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Alumnae Return to UA for Career Day

  Juniors and seniors participated in a Career Day on April 6 – the first in recent years.  Growing from the Alumnae-Student Networking Lunches, 36 alumnae participated in yesterday’s event lead by Mrs. Katie Kempf ’01 (advancement) and Mrs. Allyson Sedlak (counseling).  Dena Basler McCaffrey ’88, current parent and Dean of Career and Technical Education […]

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Theology Teacher Earns National Recognition

Mrs. Kathleen Stinehart (theology) will receive the 2017 NCEA Lead. Learn. Proclaim. Award from the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) for dedication and commitment to excellence. The annual award honors teachers who have demonstrated a strong Catholic educational philosophy as well as exceptional ability, dedication and results.  The 41 teachers, chosen from the more than […]

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Robotics Team Earns Rookie Award at Regional Competition

Ursuline Academy’s robotics team, UA Bearbotics, earned the Rookie All-Star Award during the recent St. Louis Regional FIRST Robotics Competition held at Chaifetz Arena. This award celebrates the rookie team which exemplifies a young but strong partnership effort between its students and sponsors, as well as understands and promotes the mission of FIRST to inspire […]

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Second Year for NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Award Recipients

For the second year in a row, UA students will be recognized as local recipients of the National Center for Women & Information Technology Aspirations in Computing Award.  They will be honored by the St. Louis & Southern Illinois Affiliate during a ceremony to be held at Saint Louis University on March 26. Congratulations to […]

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Students Earn $5000 Prize in Local STEM Competition

Ursuline Academy placed second out of 11 local teams competing in World Wide Technology’s STEM Student Forum, earning a $5000 team prize. Congratulations to Reagan Becnel ’18, Emerson Brazile ’18, Megan Catlett ’18, Olivia Goldkamp ’19, Anna Gonsalves ’19, Allison Kohne ’18, Mary Leritz ’17, Lexie Schomaker ’17, Jill Stinehart ’17 and Jessica Summers ’17. […]

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Student Earns National Recognition for Computing

Reagan Becnel ’18 has been named an honorable mention recipient of the 2017 National Center for Women & IT (NCWIT) Aspirations in Computing Award. Reagan is a member of Ursuline’s Girls Who Code Club, a participant in this year’s World Wide Technology STEM Student Forum and a student taking AP Computer Science. She is the only St. Louis-area student […]

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2017 Martin Luther King, Jr. Model of Justice Award

Samantha Abel ’17 is Ursuline’s recipient of the 2017 Martin Luther King, Jr. Model of Justice Award for her service and commitment to the St. Louis Dream Center.  The award was presented by Archbishop Robert Carlson on Sunday, January 15, following the annual Mass of Peace and Justice at the Cathedral Basilica.  Read more about Sam’s […]

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