Friday, May 17, 2013
The administration of St. Theresa's contacted the Boston Fire Department today as a precautionary measure to investigate the partial power outage.
St. Theresa's School administration contacted the Boston Fire Department today after a partial power outage in the school's gymnasium. Principal Jane Gibbons said the fire department was contacted as a precaution, and that an email letter would be sent to parents after the school day to let them know about the partial power outage. School was not evacuated.
Friday, November 16, 2012
The author and local radio talk show host stopped by St. Theresa's in West Roxbury to talk to students.
Emmy-nominated investigative journalist, WRKO radio talk show host Michelle McPhee stopped by the St. Theresa's School on Tuesday to talk to students. Patch was unable to attend the event, but St. Theresa's School passed along the attached photos. It's too bad because McPhee is very entertaining, whether you agree with or not. Take for example the following Top 10 list she wrote on her website on Sept. 24, well before President Barack Obama was reelected. Michelle McPhee's Top 10 Things Obama Should be Doing Instead of Letterman. What do you think of McPhee's Top 10 list? What would you want President Obama to do? What would you like to ask McPhee? Let us know below.
Monday, June 18, 2012
State Sen. Mike Rush gave the sixth-grade class a tour of the State House on June 12, 2012, teaching them history along the way.
On Monday, June 12, 2012, the sixth-grade class of St. Theresa School visited the State House, and met state Sen. Michael Rush, who gave the students an educational and trivia filled tour. "Senator Rush is a wonderful and entertaining historian, and during the tour he challenged the students with many perplexing questions. We thank Senator Rush for a great day!" said Laura Cloherty of St. Theresa's Development/Advancement Dept. The following photos were taken by Carolyn Chabot.
Friday, April 27, 2012
Both local Catholic schools provide good educations, but what are the differences between the two? Classroom sizes, cafeterias, athletics, teachers and more.
For many parents, the overarching theme for their child's elementary school education is: how will their child get into the Boston Latin School? Let's not make any bones about it. We all know the preference is to get your son or daughter into one of the public West Roxbury neighborhood schools: Kilmer, Lyndon, Beethoven or Ohrenberger. If the Boston Public Schools school assignment lottery lands your progeny outside of West Roxbury then many parents elect to send their child to either one, of two local Catholic schools: Holy Name or St. Theresa's. Both schools are celebrated for their Catholic school educations, but what is the difference between the two? Are there differences? Both schools send oodles of students to Boston Latin …