Natalie Chayet ’17 joined St. Louis students from many different faiths for a project at the St. Louis Science Center. Together, these fifty young adults created a mural made from 2000 cans. Part of the “GROW” exhibit, an exploration of the journey of food, their theme was “United We GROW”. The mural is in the shape of the tree and each branch signifies the different faiths that collaborated on the project. The tree itself signifies a respect for the Earth, the goal of eliminating hunger and the mission of helping our neighbors. This mural is the culmination of four years’ worth of work on the CANstruction project for these students.
Estaphie Estrada ’21 qualified for the St. Louis Post Dispatch Missouri Final which will take place this Saturday. If she wins, she moves on to the national competition in Washington D.C. Good luck Estaphie!
Tommy Larsen ’18 recently earned a spot in the 2017 St. Louis Teen Talent Competition. Tommy is one of seventeen acts that will perform at the finals at the Fox Theater in April. He’ll be performing “Harald’s Dream” by Bogdan Ota on the piano.