Art Club Welcomes Gary Wolfe

The St. Mary’s Art Club hosted artist Gary Wolfe to speak to students about vocation and how his calling has informed his work over the years. He gave a presentation on portraits he did of people from the Matt Urban Center. According to Mr. Wolfe, “the disenfranchised, the poor, the problems of pain, suffering, and alienation… Read more »

Lancers Compete in Cybersecurity Competition

Eight St. Mary’s students competed in the Lockdown Cybersecurity Competition for high schools at the University at Buffalo. According to the competition’s website: “Student teams will be tasked with defending a small network of systems from attack and will be scored on how well their services remain available (service uptime). Teams will also be assigned… Read more »

National Honor Society Inducts New Members

On November 25, 2019, 25 new members were inducted into the Marian Chapter of the National Honor Society. We are thrilled to honor the best and brightest our school has to offer as well as those who are service-oriented, leaders, and pride themselves on outstanding character.

Little Women Is a Production for the Ages

St. Mary’s opened the curtain on this year’s fall play, Little Women November 1st and 2nd. The performances given by the entire cast was one for the ages. Here is the official cast list: Jo – Vincenza LaMagna Lawrence – Dylan Gurnari Meg – Molly Callahan John Brooke – Ben Stegmeier Amy – Riley O’Malley… Read more »

Bus to Bona Is a Success

Earlier this week, the Head of School and Center for College & Career Counseling organized the annual “Bus to Bona,” where interested juniors and seniors were able to take a bus from St. Mary’s to St. Bonaventure University to spend the day on campus and meet with admission counselors. We’re thrilled to offer this opportunity… Read more »

Halloween Party Combines Service With Fun

The Down Syndrome Parents Group of WNY held their annual Halloween party at St. Mary’s, and we had some Lancers leading the fun! Check out this spooktacular group!

Seniors Participate in Day of Caring

Our entire Senior Class participated in a Day of Caring this past week, volunteering at one of five different organizations to help make things a little easier on them. Students went to The Teacher’s Desk, the Food Pantry, Our Lady of Pompeii, Hull Family Home & Farmstead, or Harvest House to spend the day cleaning,… Read more »

Blood Drive Benefits ConnectLife

In October, St. Mary’s held a blood drive to support ConnectLife. Over 30 lives were saved thanks to our amazing students, faculty, and staff!

Homecoming Week: Lancer Nation Goes On Vacation

This year’s Homecoming Week featured a travel theme, with each day involving a different kind of dress based on where one might go on a trip. From Tropical Day, Bingo, and the ever-popular Walk-A-Thon to Disney Day, Safaris Day, and class competitions, there were no shortage of fun moments and points awarded throughout the week…. Read more »

St. Mary’s Chooses Cradle Beach as Charity of Choice

As our chosen partner for the 2019-20 school year, various groups within St. Mary’s will be going to Cradle Beach throughout the year to volunteer their time and talents to share with the campers. First up, the Lancer Hockey Program led a hockey clinic for the campers, showing them some basic skills and just enjoying… Read more »