Enterprise Bank’s Celebration of Excellence recognizes individuals and organizations that make a difference in their community and in the lives of others. Enterprise Bank presents awards in the following categories: Educator of the Year, Business of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year, Community Service of the Year, Corporate Philanthropy of the Year, Non-Profit of the Year and the George L. Duncan Award of Excellence.
March was a magnificent month for the following students who were recognized for their academic achievements. They are front row: Aarush Srinivasan, Emily Coca, Grace Carey, Zachary Mackland-Rivera and Jasmine Floro; second row: Aahana Goel, Nora Joyce, Michelle Ngure, Bhavesh Bhavanam, Andre Brown and Karolynne Calmon; third row: Elijah Langlais, Patricia Ducharme, Shruti Challa and Tyler Cruz; back row: Christian Ambrosini, Nathan Jozokos, Emilie O’Beirne and Skylar Phan. Congratulations!
Nominees for this year’s Ecumenical Athletic Association (EAA) Teacher/Coach/Student Athlete of the Year are Sean McKenna ’04 and Kathryn Steenland for Teacher of the Year and Jean Haumann for Coach of the Year. Keely O’Beirne is our school’s Dr. Romanowsky Student Athlete Scholarship winner.
Seventh graders Eleni Clermont and Zara Kadiri have been selected for the 2016 Catholic School Honor Band. "These students represent the best of the best musicians from area schools" said Lou Varuzzo, Director of Education for Paul Effman Music. Eleni plays trumpet and Zara plays the saxophone. Both girls have been members of SJA’s band program for five years.
March Madness means something completely different at Ste Jeanne d’Arc School – it’s when our students turn into mad scientists in preparation for the annual science fair. Students at all grade levels compete and are recognized for achievements on their individual science projects. Demonstrating their knowledge of the scientific method and conducting experiments to prove their hypothesis and make conclusions. Experiments in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Environmental Sciences are all represented.
Our February Students of the Month are truly fabulous! They are front row: Satvi Mahesh, Tyler Dick, Ella Sciolla, Roderick Owusu-Afriyie, Issa Sengendo, Luke Boissonneault, Matthew Souza and Devonne Morrisey; second row: Abigail Dick, Wanjiru Kagai, Ethan Karasha, Laasya Vemparala, Olivia Silva and Nevian Colon-Diaz; back row: Lorelie Murphy, Shreyas Mosurkal, Natalia Flores, Domenic Valente and Ivana Idarraga.
Superb is how we'd describe our January Students of the Month! They are front row: Kourtney Patenaude, Priscilla Jiminian, Shreeyuktha Lanka, Zachary Gray, Sarada Koppana, Agathyan Sivaharan and Mollie Fenlon; second row: Isabella Richard, Kiley Ciccolo, David Kadiri, Quinn Petzold, Alexia Clermont and Nathan Vitorino; back row: Parnika Koppana, Meagan Kelly, Elena Valiente, Samantha Fisher, Sofia Ruiz and Margaret Pham. Missing from the photo is David McMillan.
Every year schools across the United States participate in the National Geographic Bee. The contest is designed to inspire students to be curious about the world. Ste Jeanne d’Arc School has been participating in the Geography Bee for many years.
On Tuesday October 20th, Seán Cardinal O’Malley, Archbishop of Boston inducted the 2015-2016 Class of Peter Lynch Scholars at a Mass and breakfast reception at Our Lady Help of Christians Parish in Newton, Massachusetts.
On September 15th, Sister Pauline was honored atLowell Sun’s Fourth Annual Salute to Women luncheon. The event honored women who have made a lasting, positive impact on the growth, development and quality of life in the Greater Lowell area. Sister Pauline was one of twenty-seven women selected from almost 300 nominees.
The New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) has recently confirmed our continued accreditation. This decision was made as a result of a two-year study ending with an on-site visit from the Visiting Committee last October.