ST. ED'S WELCOMES LCA STUDENTS FOR INTERACTIVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP EVENT This week, St. Ed's Business & Entrepreneurship Department welcomed students from Lakewood Catholic Academy to participate in a collaborative entrepreneurial project, providing introductory exposure to business tactics and innovative thinking that are taught at St. Ed's. "We had our visitors attempt to create an app that would help either the environment, organization, school improvement, or something aroun
IB FILM STUDENTS HIGHLIGHT MIGRANT REFUGEES' STORIES IN CAPTIVATING PORTRAIT PROJECT IB SL Visual Art students (Ian Fairfield '22, Jayson Morris '22, John Kutney '22, Kaobimdi Ugwu '23, Ryan Steckle '22 and Van Weinmann '23) have been working on portrait projects in association with Catholic Charities Migration and Refugee Services, allowing them to learn and listen to the stories of migrant refugees in Cleveland. After setting up initial interviews to meet their partners fr
ST. ED'S HOSTS VIRTUAL GIVING TREE TO BENEFIT LABRE MINISTRY PROGRAM As we enter into this season of Hope, all are invited to participate in this year's Virtual Giving Tree by purchasing items to help some of those who are in the greatest need of hope in our communities: those experiencing homelessness.
The St. Ed's Virtual Giving Tree will benefit those served by our Labre Ministry, a weekly ministry where our faculty, staff, students, parents, and alumni go out all year ro
ST. ED'S MODEL UN TEAM MAKES HISTORY AT 2021 AUTUMN CONFERENCE St. Ed's Model UN Team made history at this year's CCWA Autumn Model UN Conference, the first in-person Model UN conference to be held in all of Ohio since the CLEIMUN21 Conference in February 2020. For many of our Model UN members, this was their first in-person experience in the MUN universe, with 20 Edsman delegates representing St. Edward High School this year.
Eric Vaziri '23 and Lukas Kucera '24 both won Be
ROBOTICS & PROGRAMMING STUDENTS PUT THE FINISHING TOUCHES ON THEIR
CUSTOM-MADE T-SHIRT CANNON Robotics, Programming and Design students are putting the finishing touches on their year-and-a-half-long project, creating a robotic T-shirt cannon. From the start, students took the lead on this project from outlining the rider's wooden base, experimenting with new air systems, and creating rotating mechanisms, to writing codes, installing computer mechanics, and configuring arduin
STUDENT MINISTERS LEAD COMMUNITY-WIDE DAILY ADVENT REFLECTIONS This Advent season, St. Ed's Student Ministers invite the community to follow along with daily Advent reflections written by our students to prepare ourselves for the Christmas season. "The Advent reflections we've written allow our peers and others in our community to share their thoughts during a very important time," says Matthew Mullin-Gray '22. "The Student Ministers and I knew that we wanted to do something