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Two schools. One community.

Here we teach in two separate schools, on one campus. Intentionally. We understand that boys and girls learn differently, behave differently, and develop emotionally in very different ways.

At St. Agnes Academy for Girls, we guide young women to be who God meant them to be through a challenging curriculum alongside supportive educators dedicated to the faith formation, academic success and character development of each young woman.

At St. Dominic School for Boys, we are dedicated to the formation of young men who are intellectually curious, emotionally resilient, and spiritually mature while developing life-long bonds of brotherhood.

Since our founding in 1851, we have provided academic excellence in an environment where every student receives the love and confidence that fuel achievement and success. We invite you to find out more about our two single-gender schools and to schedule a personal tour of our beautiful campus.


Find out more about our commitment to the Four Pillars of Dominican tradition below.

The Dominican Community of Schools is more than a campus where you’ll find two challenging schools. It is a single community of faith and respect; of principle and purpose.

St. Agnes Stud..

We are excited to announce that 27 members of the SAA Classes of 2022 and 2023 have been named AP Scholars based upon their performance on the Advanced Placement exams administered in May of 2022.
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St. Dominic Gr..

Graduates continue to build on the foundation they received at St. Dominic School as they excel in high school.
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Seniors Sign N..

Anna Heck will continue her outstanding golf career next fall at the University of Notre Dame, and Caroline Weems will fly high on the pole vault at the University of Tennessee.
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Spotlight: PK ..

Lessons are best taught through experiences. I want my students to hear, see, and experience life around them and to learn by doing it.
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