Dr. Melnyk announces two milestones at school-wide liturgy.
The Power of Sisterhood
Our diverse network of sister schools helps to support Ursuline students worldwide.
The power of sisterhood is undeniable. When women come together in support of one another, the results are transformative.
This is something that St. Angela Merici understood when she founded the company of St. Ursula over 450 years ago. Her vision was to establish a community of sisters who would dedicate their lives to the service of the Catholic Church through the education of girls.
Today, Ursuline schools worldwide meet the evolving needs of a diverse student population that finds common ground in shared Core Values.
The Ursuline School is part of the Ursuline Education Network, a dedicated group of secondary schools and colleges with a shared mission to educate, inspire, and empower young women in the spirit of St. Angela.
Contact us to learn more about how the spirit of St. Angela is alive and at work each day, here at The Ursuline School.
Going into an all-girls school may sound like an intimidating step, but then you realize that you have entered into a family and gained so many sisters in the process."
- Brigitta '26
Ursuline Dallas and Ursuline New Rochelle students enjoyed a cultural global education learning experience, "Asia in NY."
Club serves up hot, nutritious meals for local residents in need.
Long-standing senior tradition spreads the spirit of Serviam throughout the local community.
Senior Maeve Ryan epitomizes Serviam.
The third annual school-wide project collects more than 2,800 cereal boxes for Westchester families in need. Click HERE to view video.
Ursuline students take part in the first "run" since the pandemic.
Eighth graders take time for Serviam on the Yellowstone-Grand Teton trip.