AP AND IB ENGLISH CLASSES ATTEND "THE TEMPEST" AT PLAYHOUSE SQUARE IB and AP English Literature students traveled to Playhouse Square to see "The Tempest" performed live at the Hanna Theatre. Presented by Great Lakes Theater, "The Tempest" tells one of Shakespeare's famous stories of a shipwrecked king tempted by spirits and tormented by monsters as he faces the wrath of a betrayed conjurer. This comic and cathartic tale of romance and renewal tells a story of revenge yieldin
EDSMEN GAIN REAL-WORLD EXPERIENCE THROUGH INVESTMENT CONTEST St. Ed's Investment Club, under the leadership of Bob Schenosky, Director of Entrepreneurial Studies and Matt Harris, Business and Entrepreneurship teacher, hosted a school-wide Investment Contest for Edsmen to win cash prizes and gain real-world experience in investing. Running from Tuesday until mid-November, students participating in teams get the chance to trade a portfolio of virtual funds (up to $200,000) and
ST. ED'S COMMUNITY CONSTRUCTS DECORATED OFRENDA TO CELEBRATE AND HONOR DIA DE LOS MUERTOS St. Ed's SALSA Club (Spanish and Latino Student Association) constructed a tiered altar called an ofrenda in honor of those who have passed away in our community to commemorate Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead. This Mexican tradition to honor the dead and inviting them to their earthly home reminds us that they are always welcome and loved. Customarily, ofrendas, meaning offerings
A WARM HOLY CROSS WELCOME: ST. ED'S WELCOMES 8TH GRADE STUDENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES AT FALL OPEN HOUSES With a warm Holy Cross welcome, St. Ed's has welcomed 8th grade students and their families to campus to see firsthand how the people and programs at St. Ed's create an exceptional environment for students to learn and grow. Open Houses at St. Ed's are designed to be more than just a tour of the school - they are interactive experiences that highlight our academic, athletic,
STUDENTS LAUNCH CAMPUS-WIDE SUICIDE PREVENTION CAMPAIGN WITH IMPACTFUL MARKETING STRATEGIES Freshmen students have taken on a real-world experience by launching a campus-wide Suicide Prevention Campaign at St. Ed's. Using different branding and marketing strategies to increase awareness and spark conversations about this close-to-home initiative, students have teamed up to create public service announcements, print media, a Suicide Prevention podcast, and a social media marke
"GASOLINE" SPORTS DOCUMENTARY NAMED AS TOP 5 FINALIST FOR 2021 NATIONAL STUDENT PRODUCTION AWARD Last year's sports documentary, "Gasoline," about award-winning Strength and Conditioning Coach, Auggie Promersberger, was nominated as one of five finalists for the 2021 National Student Production Award. Produced by members of the SEHS film department in the sports documentary course, "Gasoline" has previously won the Great Lakes Regional Student Production Award in the Non-fict
THE UNVEILING OF THE REMODELED GYM: ST. ED'S CELEBRATES PATRON SAINT & COMMEMORATES HISPANIC CULTURE The St. Edward Main Gym has been an iconic space that celebrates St. Ed's excellence and showcases Eagle Pride. As the home of cherished athletic accomplishments, show-stopping musical performances, and memorable Eagle rallies, the gym has also been transformed into a worship space for students, faculty and staff to celebrate all-school liturgies for years. With the decision t
ST. ED'S REVITALIZES ICONIC PROGRAM, "CLASSROOM OF CHAMPIONS" This week, St. Ed's launched a brand new format for its "Classroom of Champions" program, a quiz show-style academic competition for local grade schools. Having started in 1990, the newly revitalized version of this classic competition will offer different themed categories each month through April, starting with History this month and looking ahead at Science in November and English Literature in December to round
"ONE VOICE, MANY STORIES": ST. ED'S CELEBRATES HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH From September 15 through October 15, St. Ed's community celebrated the numerous influences of Hispanic American heroes and the Hispanic traditions that enrich our culture and history in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. This nationally recognized celebration stemmed from a desire to educate and share the Hispanic community's contributions and St. Ed's wanted to do the same.
This month-long celebration ki
ST. ED'S ORCHESTRA: THE PURSUIT OF SHARED ARTISTIC EXPRESSION The Orchestra at St. Edward High School welcomes string players, wind instrumentalists, and percussionists to perform a repertoire of classical and contemporary music. Established in the 2012-2013 school year, St. Ed's Orchestra is made up of a dedicated group of nine Edsmen who have been playing musical instruments since elementary school.
Orchestra began at the same time as the International Baccalaureate Diplom