Tag Archives: St. Mary’s High School

St. Mary’s High School to close after 160 years of Catholic education

High school seniors usually feel nostalgia, excitement and a bit of fear as they near the end of the academic year and graduation.

St. Mary’s High School to close at year-end

Historic St. Mary’s High School in Independence will be closing its doors at the end of this school year.

New diocesan high school has a name

About 40 excited freshmen from both St. Mary’s and Archbishop O’Hara high schools gathered Aug. 30 on the summit of a hill on the site of a new Catholic high school expected to open in the fall of 2015.

St. Mary’s and O’Hara teachers learn about I-Pads and each other

It happens everywhere — some students have the latest technological devices and others don’t.

Two schools to become one – St. Mary’s and Archbishop O’Hara

Two diocesan high schools with a combined history of 200 years service to the community are preparing to become one. St. Mary’s High School in Independence and Archbishop O’Hara High School are merging administrations as a first step in a three year plan toward joining together as a new high school in a new location.

Lee’s Summit site purchased for new Catholic high school

By Kevin Kelly Catholic Key Associate Editor KANSAS CITY — The Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph announced the purchase and donation of an 80-acre tract of land in western Lee’s Summit that could be, if plans fall into place, the site of a new $30 million Catholic high school. Steve Hilliard, diocesan director of strategic […]

Reach Out and Read

Walking through the halls at Holy Cross School on a Wednesday morning in late September, you’d expect to hear childish chatter emanating from the kindergarten and first grade classrooms.

July 12, 2020
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph