Ursuline Academy of Dallas
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Ursuline Academy, the oldest continuously operating school in Dallas, is renowned for academic excellence, innovation, and our motto,
(I will serve). From your first day of classes, you’ll feel part of a community rich with tradition. And you’ll be part of a lifelong sisterhood.
Girls thrive in all-girl classrooms. In Ursuline’s supportive environment, you’ll be empowered to try new things and to find your own voice. Ursuline has a club or activity for almost every interest, and it’s easy to get involved and meet friends as you explore new paths.
A long-time pioneer in education, Ursuline Academy was one of the original six schools in the U.S. to introduce a one-to-one laptop computer program. That innovative spirit remains stronger than ever as Ursuline models new ways of integrating technology into the 21st century learning process.
EDUCATING GLOBAL LEADERS
The Ursuline students of today are the global leaders of tomorrow. Following the call of the Ursuline Sisters, you’ll engage ethically, critically, and empathetically with the world at large. You’ll learn global citizenship and have the opportunity to participate in educational and cultural exchanges with sister schools worldwide.
EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING
Ursuline educators teach with passion and creativity. They value teaching as both a vocation and a ministry. Focused on your needs, they truly care about you and your learning. Role models and mentors, they are dedicated to your success. They’ll also encourage you to discover your gifts and talents beyond academic achievement.
MIND, BODY, SPIRIT
Ursuline’s college preparatory curriculum will help you develop the critical thinking, complex problem solving, and communications skills you will need for success in college and beyond. You’ll have the opportunity to explore the arts and athletics. You’ll learn to use your creativity and collaborate with others to achieve your goals.
SERVIAM AND SPIRITUALITY
The spirit of
inspires you to use your unique gifts to serve and learn from others. As you reach out with compassion, concerns are transformed into action, and you’ll discover what it means to be a servant leader. Every Ursuline student is called to be a “Person of Faith.” Ursuline’s spiritual formation reinforces the values parents have given their daughters.
Student Film Shines at Festivals
Senior Gabby Piamonte’s short film “HOV” continues to garner praise.
Jamie Martin Receives Work of Heart Award
2016 Intramurals Results
National Hispanic Scholars Named
2016 Acres Yearbook Delivery
Mardi Gras 2017: Q&A
Junior Featured on FOX4
Catherine Baetz Maurer '98 Named Chief Development Officer
4900 Walnut Hill Lane
Dallas TX, 75229