St. Teresa’s Academy (STA) has become the second school in Missouri or Kansas and the second all-girls school in the United States to earn the AdvancED Certification for Excellence in STEM Education (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).
The St. Teresa's Academy dance team will host audition clinics and team auditions, April 29-May 1 in Goppert Gymnasium for girls entering grades 9-12. Team selections will be made May 5. All applicants must complete and submit each form completely before they will be permitted to participate in clinics or auditions.
1.) Team Application
The St. Teresa's Academy swim & dive team competed at the 2019 MSHSAA Class 2 State Swim and Dive Championships, Feb. 14-15 in St. Charles, Mo. The StarFish qualified two relays and two individual events for the second day of competition.
Grace Coleman, class of 2019, has been selected as a finalist in the Arts Council of Johnson County's Shooting Stars Awards Program. The Shooting Stars Program honors Johnson County high school students for achievement in the literary, performing, and visual arts through recognition and college scholarships. Grace has been recognized for her ceramic teapot, submitted to the Three-
Works of art by STA students, Phoebe Burke, class of 2020; and Abby Farmer, class of 2021, were chosen to display as part of the first SevenDays® Kindness Art Show, hosted by the Plaza Branch of the Kansas City Public Library. SevenDays® 2019 is the signature event of the Faith Always Wins Foundation (FAWF), which promotes acts of kindness and interfaith understanding through a diverse series of events for the community. It was created following the 2014 hate crime murders of 14-year-old Reat Underwood; his grandfather, Dr.