Mini-Schedule Reminder
Wednesday, 24 August 2016 16:03

Parents are reminded about the Parent Mini-Schedule tonight beginning at 7pm in the gym. Parents will need their daughter's schedule including the room numbers.

Cabrini Volunteers at St. Jude's
Wednesday, 24 August 2016 16:35

Cabrini St. Jude's VolunteersCabrini volunteers at St. Jude’s this past Saturday (l-r) Sr. Marta Lopez and faculty members Ashley Evison, Maxwell Wheeler, Vivian Coutin, joined by alumna Melissa Brossett Courseault’85, assisted many of the families at the facility.


Volleyball Team Volunteers for Flood Clean-Up
Monday, 22 August 2016 18:24

Cabrini Volleyball Team Volunteers to Clean Flood HousesAlumna and Head Volleyball coach Kasey Laird’08 brought members of the Cabrini Volleyball team to Baton Rouge on Sunday to help families and gut houses from the flooding. Those assisting included (l-r.) Hanna Kennair’17, Morgan Drummond’18, Megan Clement’18, Emma Petta’18, Kasey Laird’08, Lilly Marlowe’20, Kai Williams’20, and Taylor Benoit’17.

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Class of 2020 Retreat
Monday, 22 August 2016 17:00

Cabrini Class of 2020 RetreatClick the photo to view a slideshow of the event!

Laurel Dennies Completes Oschner Program
Monday, 22 August 2016 13:26

Cabrini Laurel DenniesLaurel Dennies’17 completed the STAR Student Medical Program at Ochsner Hospital this summer.

Laurel was one of only 16 students selected to participate from more than 100 students who applied from the state of Louisiana.

Students experienced one-on-one job shadows in the specialties of their choice; toured departments; visited Elmwood Fitness Center; observed presentations from physicians, physicians’ assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurses; worked with the da Vinci robot; conducted experiments in the iLab with Ochsner research scientists; witnessed a surgery via web camera; obtained CPR certification; took medical terminology courses; enjoyed lunch with University of Queensland medical students; and more.

The 5-week program focuses on scientific research, practical medicine, and leadership. The STAR program provides qualified high school students a cost-free opportunity to explore the world of healthcare. Through a rigorous, hands-on summer course focusing on science, technology, academics, and research, STAR aims to engage and inspire students to pursue further education and careers in science and medicine.

Summer Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership
Monday, 22 August 2016 13:17

Cabrini Yvonne Hrapmann and Laura ArandPrincipal Yvonne Hrapmann’76 (left) and Campus Minister Laura Arand recently attended the 2016 Summer Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership sponsored by the Loyola Institute for Ministry. Presenters included Fr. Fred Kammer, S.J. on Catholic Social Teachings  and LIM Director, Dr. Thomas Ryan on Pope Francis and the Spirituality of Encounter. Mrs. Hrapmann shared, “The institute was an informative experience that both affirmed our work and challenged us to go deeper into practical applications and theological reflection.” Ms. Arand said, "My favorite portion of LIM was when we talked about the Spirituality of Encounter. I feel like I do this sometimes without even thinking when I am with the girls at Cabrini; encouraging them to constantly search, step out of their comfort zone, and see Christ in the beauty around them. This affirmed what I do as a Campus Minister, naturally modeling and sparking spirituality because of my closeness and realness with them."

Help Us Recycle!
Tuesday, 09 August 2016 18:03

We are collecting ink cartridges, toner cartridges, cell phones and hand-held electronics for recycling. Please drop these items off in the Biology Lab.

Wednesday, 24 August 2016 21:24