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Gearing Up For High School Night 2023

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High school night presenters prepare for an exciting upcoming evening

As St. Dominic prepares for High School Night in just a couple of days, there are some new things that are happening this year.

This year, St. Dominic is hosting 18 other private schools in the local area on September 26th. Some of those schools are Duchesne High School, Cor Jesu Academy, Incarnate Word Academy, Notre Dame High School, CBC, DeSmet Jesuit High School, and St. John Vianney High School.  

High School Night is where St. Dominic and other private schools in the area come together to give families the opportunity to learn more about the academic programs, student activities, fine arts offerings, sports, the admissions process and more!

“Last year they combined a High School Fair with the High School Night.  This meant that we had only 15 minutes to present about St. Dominic, which was challenging because we have so many great things to share about what St. Dominic is, and all that we have to offer,” Mrs. Bobbie Peters said.

Since the past couple of years have been just a little rushed with preparing, they decided to change things up to allow more time during sessions.  

“This year, we had the High School Fair as a separate night. Therefore, we will have three full 25 minute sessions to present, which is great because our High School Night presenters have some pretty awesome things to share” Mrs. Peters said.

Our presenters this year are Cooper Smith, Brooke Tufts, Thomas Pulliam, and Katie Mollet. This year each one of them gets to talk to parents and students all around the St. Louis area that are interested in coming to St. Dominic. 

“What I am most excited about is I get to show my ability to reflect on and share my experiences with this school. I got to think, write, and speak about some of the best moments of my life. I feel so blessed to be able to share these parts of myself with people interested in coming here,” Senior Brooke Tuffs said.

If you know anyone that is looking for something new, make sure you tell them to come out to St. Dominic on September 26th to learn about all these wonderful schools. 

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Jenna Warren, Staff Writer
Jenna Warren is a Junior at St. Dominic. She is involved in Hosa and CRU at Dominic. She loves hanging with her friends and family!!  

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