Junior Mary Hruz has been named a finalist for Artsonia’s Artist of the Week in the 10th-12th age group. The finalist who receives the most online votes between now and Saturday, May 4 will be selected as the artist of the week.
Congratulations to junior Kaitlyn Pluff whose artwork earned first place in the 2019 St. Louis Archdiocese Catholic Campaign for Human Development Creating on the Margins Contest. The theme for this year’s contest was “A Time to Heal Racism.”
Anne will be performing on the Fabulous Fox stage on April 13 at 8:00 pm and is competing for more than $40,000 worth of scholarships, awards and cash prizes. The finals are open to the public and tickets are FREE and can available to the public at the Fabulous Fox box office.
The 2019 Missouri High School Racquetball Association League Awards Ceremony was held on Sunday, March 31 at St. Louis University High School. In addition to receiving team honors for their finishes in the State Tournament, several girls were named to the All-State team.
Four Cor Jesu students were up to the challenge – the Academic Challenge, that is. Juniors Samantha Thompson and Jennfier Jansson and sophomores Ellie Wich and Kathryn Theissen participated in the Academic Challenge sectionals held at Missouri S&T in Rolla on March 14.
The Cor Jesu Robotics team competed in the St. Louis Regional FIRST Robotics Competition at Chaifetz Arena on March 13 – March 16, 2019. Congratulations to our girls for an outstanding performance in their rookie event!
After several months of prepraration, many students from Cor Jesu participated in the 2019 Missouri High School Activities Association’s Solo & Ensemble Music Festival at Parkway Central High School on Saturday, March 9.
The Fine Arts department of Cor Jesu is pleased and proud to announce that four CJ students had artwork accepted in the Annual High School Art Exhibition at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville.
On Saturday, February 2nd, Cor Jesu students participated in the Academic Challenge held at Saint Louis University and hosted by the Physics Department and Pre-Engineering Program at Eastern Illinois University. As a team, Cor Jesu finished in 3rd place.
On Friday, January 4, representatives from more than 25 companies and organizations came to Cor Jesu to network with college-aged alumnae for our Alumnae Internship Networking Connections I.N.C. event.
On Tuesday, January 8, for the first time ever, the annual Funderwear Challenge basketball game between Cor Jesu and St. Joseph Academy was held in Cor Jesu’s new gym. In advance of the regularly scheduled basketball game between the two teams, students collected socks and underwear for St. Patrick Center.
Congratulations to senior Kate Schoen, Cor Jesu’s awardee for the MLK Model of Justice Award for 2019. This annual award is presented to high school students who have demonstrated a commitment to serving humanity through their attitude and their work.