Ursuline Academy Newsletter | March 2021
Community Highlights
Varsity Basketball
District Champions - First Time in 34 Years
On Friday, March 5, the Ursuline Varsity Basketball team defeated the Rock Summit team 48-38 to claim the District Championship title. This exciting win comes as the second time in Ursuline’s..... READ MORE
Laraine Davis '78
Maryville’s VP for Community and Government Relations
Maryville University President Mark Lombardi, PhD, has announced Laraine Davis will serve as vice president for community and government relations, beginning April 15. Davis, a native....... READ MORE
What's Going on in the Classroom
Senior Capstone Projects
While this year’s senior class has truly had a historical year, this year they have become the third Ursuline senior class to participate in the Capstone Presentations. Since the beginning of this school year, the seniors reflected, planned, proposed, and constructed a 15-20 minute presentation in which they complied...... READ MORE
Upcoming Community Events
Ursuline Golf Classic
May 3, 2021

Join fellow parents, alumnae and friends for the annual UA Golf Classic. The day will include a golf scramble, lunch and beverages and course games.

Each foursome will receive
an assigned tee time.
FORE! Registration is Now Open!
Ursuline Academy Summer Camps
Welcome to Summer Camp 2021! Ursuline is proud to announce partnerships with YMCA, COCA, Saint Louis Chess Club and Bricks 4 Kidz summer camps! 

Camps will be available for children and teens in grades Pre-K through 12th grade with the option to participate in multiple camps. We always love having our campus filled with girls and boys throughout the summer enjoying our beautiful campus. Each camp is listed separately and designed to create an entire week of full-day fun.

For the safety of all involved, we will be following the most updated guidelines regarding health screening, proper cleaning protocol, and social distancing toward ensuring the safety of each participant.
"Do not lose heart, even if you should discover that you lack qualities necessary for the work to which you are called. He who called you will not desert you, but the moment you are in need he will stretch out his saving hand."
- Saint Angela Merici