News | The Mary Louis Academy - Part 5

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 ]

TMLA Alumna Named Forbes Powerhouse Woman!!

Congratulations to Pascale Saint-Louis Sablan – TMLA Class of 2001, a Trustee of The Mary Louis Academy and an Alumna Mentor, on being profiled as a Powerhouse Woman by Forbes. We are so very proud of Pascale and the amazing work she does. Pascale approaches each opportunity in life with [ read more ]

Women Prophets of the Old Testament

Women Prophets of the Old Testament just published by Kieran Larkin, of TMLA Religious Studies Department,  is the companion of Mr. Larkin’s  award winning Messengers of God: A Survey of Old Testament Prophets published last year.    Both books are being used as texts for Mr. Larkin’s second semester senior [ read more ]

TMLA Covid – 19 Heroes

Over 200 photos and stories came to the TMLA Alumnae office to nominate TMLA Heroes/Heroines for their service during these times. Here are a few of their stories. Caitlin Smith Eyerman ‘07 is an extraordinary nurse currently in the thick of dealing with a mass of COVID patients in one [ read more ]

TMLA Announces New Athletic Director

The Mary Louis Academy takes pride in announcing our alumna and current faculty member, Ellen Lynch Ferguson ‘04 as our new Athletic Director.  Ellen steps into the role having served as Swimming coach since 2008, coach of Lacrosse 2015-18, and as Assistant JV Soccer coach, 2014.  She will continue as [ read more ]

Creative Writing Showcase

You’re invited!! Please visit our first-ever CREATIVE WRITING SHOWCASE, featuring selections from members of our English 641 Creative Writing Workshop. Each year the students of this course present samples of their work in a presentation at Barnes & Noble booksellers. Like so many other things this year, the scheduled date [ read more ]

Alumnae Virtual Retreat

In April, TMLA Academy Advancement Director Sean Belon, together with Assistant Directors Liz McGlinchey Whalen ‘03 and Judy Belon, began planning for a free Virtual Retreat weekend to try to offer some space for reflection and spirituality for our alumnae. The popular Alumnae Hamptons Spring Retreat was set to take [ read more ]