Students become detectives in Kirsten Lindsay-Hudak’s forensics class.Read more
Renovations continue as Catholic all-girls campus prepares for future of learning.Read more
Becky Wade Firth has run marathons around the world, but her serendipitous return to Ursuline Academy finds her covering new ground.
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On the first Sunday of August, mellifluous notes from stringed instruments drifted delicately through the hallways of The Juliette Fowler Communities.
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At Ursuline Academy, where the motto is “Serviam,” Latin for “I will serve,” it only makes sense that students would dedicate themselves to helping their community. The biggest club at the school exemplifies this perfectly.
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The nonprofit National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), established in 1955, named approximately 16,000 semifinalists in the 66th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.Read more
Seniors experienced abrupt changes, missed out on traditions, found reasons to hopeRead more
Private school educators, families adjust to distance learning, hope for graduationsRead more
Like many of us who texted loved ones on the night of the October tornado, Ursuline seniors texted their Class of 2020 GroupMe to take action, embodying the school’s “Serviam” motto.Read more
Inspired by Ursuline to be a change-maker instead of someone who accepts what’s been dealt to her, Jacqueline created UT’s Association of Black Computer Scientists to offer students mentorship and support.Read more
A short film she created for the class, “Boys Will Be Boys” recently received first place in the Pegasus Film Festival under the Mental Health/Suicide Prevention PSA category.Read more