THE ST. ANDRE SCHOLARS SHOP LAUNCHES ST. ED'S CUTTING BOARDS FOR 2021 COLLABORATIVE PROJECT For the last three years, the St. Andre Scholars Program has collaborated with the Business and Entrepreneurship Department as well as the Engineering and Technology Department to create custom-made St. Ed's products through the St. Andre Scholars Shop for the community to enjoy just in time for the upcoming holiday season. This year, to advance our students' creativity, entrepreneuria
ST. ED'S 'LEANING ON ALUMNI' EVENT KICKSTARTS PROFESSIONAL MENTORSHIP PROGRAM FOR YOUNG ALUMNI St. Ed's Alumni Mentorship Program launched with its first event of the year this week with "Leaning on Alumni," hosted by the President's Advisory Council, a group of young St. Ed's alums who work with President Jim Kubacki to strategically advance the mission of the school. With keynote speakers, panel discussions, and small breakout sessions, "Leaning on Alumni" provided junior a
ST. ED'S ANNOUNCES CLASS OF 2022 NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARS St. Ed's congratulates Charles (Charlie) Movius '22, Samuel (Sam) Richardson '22, and Adam Wilczewski '22 on being recognized among the top academic minds in the nation as St. Ed's Class of 2022 National Merit Scholars. This achievement is a testament to the hard work of these students, their parents and their teachers, and is a proud occasion for the entire St. Edward Community to celebrate.
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WITH STELLAR EXAMPLES FROM ST. ED'S 33 IB DIPLOMA GRADUATES FROM THE CLASS OF 2021, CURRENT IB SENIORS BEGIN THEIR EXTENDED ESSAY JOURNEY Having graduated 33 students from the Class of 2021 with the International Baccalaureate Diploma, St. Ed's is looking ahead, already preparing the current 38 IB seniors to hit the ground running on their IB Extended Essays. As the world's most robust college preparatory program, students take advantage of this rigorous academic curriculum b
ST. ED'S PARTNERS WITH HALLOW, A GUIDED REFLECTION AND PRAYER APP St. Ed's Campus Ministry is partnering with Hallow, the number one Catholic app for prayer and meditation, to provide a Hallow prayer account for all faculty and students. With thousands of prayers, music, and meditation practices, users can access daily prayer reflections to fit with their busy schedules. "There are hundreds of options to help grow your own prayer life, ranging from a minute or two up to longe
ST. ED'S WELCOMES COLLEGE REPS TO CAMPUS FOR 2021 FALL COLLEGE FAIR With 55 colleges and universities in attendance, St. Ed's hosted an outdoor college fair for all students on Thursday. Making the college fair accessible for all grade levels, the College Counseling Department worked with Edsmen through their Theology classes in preparation for this networking opportunity, talking about various approaches to connecting with college representatives and how to discern about the
ST. ED'S BANDS TOGETHER TO SUPPORT THE COMMUNITY AND COMMEMORATE NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION AWARENESS MONTH September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and many schools, including ours, have been deeply affected by suicide. St. Ed's is committed to opening conversations, providing resources, and surrounding our families with support to help ensure that any student who is struggling with mental illness receives the help he needs. To provide additional support to
STUDENT LEADER RESTORES ST. ED'S SPEECH AND DEBATE CLUB Eric Vaziri '23 has taken leadership in restoring St. Ed's Speech and Debate Club. What was once a great speech and debate tradition at St. Ed's has now grown into a team of recruited Edsmen under the leadership of Eric, who has done all of the research for what it will take to get the team off the ground. In support of bringing speech and debate back to St. Ed's, Director of International Programs Mr. Michael Perrins ha
ST. ED'S GARDEN TO GET NEW ADDITION; ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS TO DESIGN AND BUILD CHICKEN COOP Seeking to expand their understanding of urban farming, St. Ed's Garden Club is collaborating with the Engineering & Technology department to design and build a chicken coop this semester. After researching the Lakewood City laws and completing the city's application, students were granted permission to follow through with their chicken coop addition to the east side of St.
SPORTS MEDICINE SENIORS TEST THEORY TO SEE FIRSTHAND HOW LONG IT TAKES TO LEARN NEW SKILLS Senior students in Mrs. Amanda Nugent's Sports Medicine class have taken a hands-on approach to their "Skills in Sports" unit. While discussing what defines a skill and determining whether the skills that make athletes successful are learned, genetic, or both, students simultaneously tasked themselves with learning how to juggle or to learn a different skill they've not tried before to