News | The Mary Louis Academy - Part 4

Updates for TMLA Athletics Teams

BADMINTON – The Varsity Badminton Team completed their season with a record high 11 wins, 3 losses.  The team advanced to the Championship game against St. John the Baptist and finished in 2nd place. This is the best record the team has ever earned in the history of TMLA Badminton.  [ read more ]

TMLA Joins National Chemistry Olympiad Challenge

The 2021 National Chemistry Olympiad Challenge was a first for TMLA and our chemistry students received excellent marks in the competition. The Chemistry Olympiad Club set up by Ms. Helen Yuen spent weeks of preparation for the March event.  Emma Kelly and Elise Wollemborg, co-presidents of the Club, helped Ms. [ read more ]

Shrek the Musical Comes to TMLA

With their dedication and determination, TMLA Genesians turned the fun musical of Shrek into an amazing, but still COVID-friendly production on April 17, 2021.   From February through April, students and faculty members were led by Mrs. Loramarie Muratore-Ninson, Director of the play, who claimed, “I compared our artistic process [ read more ]

TMLA Art at the Met

Congratulations to TMLA Senior Rebecca Jurgens, whose work “Me and My Mask” now hangs at the New York Metropolitan Museum in recognition of her award of a Gold Key in the 2021 Scholastic Art Awards of New York City.  In this competition, Senior Mahalia Carbonell was awarded 3 Gold Keys, [ read more ]

TMLA Selected for Amazon Future Engineer Program for 2021-22

TMLA has been selected to participate in the Amazon Future Engineer Program for the 2021-22 school year.  Both AFE and TMLA are dedicated to creating a curriculum that will encourage young women to pursue a professional career in the fast-growing field of technology. TMLA Computer Science teacher Mr. Anthony Gadaleta [ read more ]

TMLA Cultural Harmony Week

Cultural Harmony Week in January featured TMLA students celebrating their cultural heritage and the diversity that represented 114 countries. Each day during the week, 2 or 3 Cultural Heritage clubs were highlighted as students shared fascinating facts and musical selections from their culture.  During the course of the week, members [ read more ]

TMLA Sports Recap

New York high school athletes had to adjust to many new approaches in September 2020 when NYSCHSAA decided to postpone the Fall season due to effects of the current pandemic.  TMLA Athletics Department Director Mrs. Ellen Ferguson continuously updated students and parents on the progress of the season with bulletins [ read more ]

Class of 2021 Continues TMLA Christmas Tradition

On December 18, TMLA principal Mrs. Ann O’Hagan-Cordes announced: “We have an intrepid, sleep-deprived group of seniors who worked on a virtual Christmas play through the night until very early this morning, so that some traditions would not be completely lost to us.”  Despite the fact that TMLA was on [ read more ]

CSJ Student Leaders Virtual Party/Retreat

The student leaders from our Sisters of St. Joseph Schools – Mary Louis, Fontbonne and Sacred Heart – met on Friday evening, November 13th, for a virtual slumber party and retreat experience.  Coordinated by the Campus Minsters-Erin DiLorenzo, Veronica Ticas-Ludewig and Sam Scheidt,  the evening began with a virtual supper [ read more ]

A Christmas Vision of St. Joseph by TMLA Poet Laureate

Dr. Patrice Woehling, a member of TMLA English Department and TMLA’s own Poet Laureate, provides for us in this poem her vision of Joseph on the first Christmas. This poem “Joseph” was first published in FIRST THINGS.  Dr. Woehling tells us, “Because it is the year of St. Joseph, because we [ read more ]