Braving frigid temperatures and impending snow, alumni from St. Mary’s High School gathered at Regis University in Denver on Tuesday for a warm reception for the school. While the alumni gathered for the reception spanned 61 years, they all had in common a love for their alma mater.
It was the first alumni gathering for Emily Tait, class of 2012, who is currently a sophomore at Regis University. For her, the reception was surreal.
“I just don’t feel like an…Continue
With youth often comes the feeling of invincibility, and that feeling sometimes leads to careless mistakes that have fatal consequences. That’s one reason the Student Senate at St. Mary’s High School undertakes Drive Smart Week each fall. The hope is that what the students learn that week will help keep them safe when they’re out on the roads.
This year’s Student Senate decided to take a new approach to the annual event. In the past, the week had largely been handled by one…Continue
‘Tis the season to be thinking of giving. And Wednesday the staff and students at St. Mary’s High School gave a gift that is most precious, the gift of blood. Each fall a blood drive is held at the school, providing one of the many ways the St. Mary’s family gives back to the community.
This was the third year for senior Ashley Allbrook to both give blood and volunteer to help staff the event. While the need for blood donors might be known in the general community, Allbrook…Continue
The month of November is a time to remember for Catholics, so Mass at St. Mary’s High School during that month has a special feel. This year’s Mass of Remembrance will be Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 2 p.m. in the St. Mary’s gym.
Michael Dillon, chair of the theology department, said that traditionally St. Mary’s celebrates the Mass of Remembrance when they celebrate All Saints Day on Nov. 1. But a schedule conflict meant there was no All Saints Mass at school this…Continue