Founded in 1874, Ursuline Academy of Dallas is an independent Catholic, college preparatory school for young women sponsored by the Ursuline Sisters.
Ursuline Academy of Dallas is the oldest continuously operating school in Dallas. Photos of the earliest graduates are on display in Main Hall.
Main Hall, part of the original Walnut Hill school building, houses classrooms for Theology and Social Studies.
Sister Emmanuel Courtyard is located between Main Hall and French Family Center North.
Student members of the Environmental Club plant and harvest the school community garden.
Spirit wear and more is available at Bear Necessities bookstore.
The 70,000-square-foot Center includes 10 science laboratories; 9 math classrooms and a math lab; 9 world language classrooms; and three computer science classrooms.
One of 10 science labs located in The French Family Science, Math and Technology Center.
World Languages classroom in The French Family Science, Math, and Technology Center.
Computer Science classroom in The French Family Science, Math, and Technology Center.
St. Angela Merici Chapel in The French Family Science, Math, and Technology Center.
David M. Crowley Atrium inside The French Family Science, Math, and Technology Center.
Terry Courtyard in The French Family Science, Math, and Technology Center.
Senior Courtyard outside The French Family Science, Math and Technology Center.
Areas for students to gather, visit, and study are located throughout campus.
The Jane Neuhoff Athletic Center houses the school Gymnasium.
The Neuhoff Center is home to the Volleyball Bears.
The Neuhoff Center is home to the Basketball Bears.
The Neuhoff Center is also the site of the annual Intramurals class competition.
School-wide liturgies are held in the Neuhoff Center throughout the year.
The Ursuline Center for Performing Arts and Music Building.
The 2017 Spring Musical, "Legally Blonde," is one of several main stage productions that have been presented annually in The Ursuline Center for Performing Arts.
Students dine in Haggar Center.
Students choose from a variety of dining options in Haggar Center.
Lower Haggar Center is home to visual art studios for ceramics, painting and drawing, and digital photography.
Student classes in visual arts such as painting take place in Haggar Center.
Students study and gather in the Haggerty Library.
Sister Margaret Ann Moser OSU Athletic Field is home to the UA Soccer and Lacrosse Bears.