Each year our K-12 community gathers to celebrate our diverse community and add another language to our Peace Pole.
Meaning and Purpose
"The biggest problem growing up today is not actually stress, it's meaninglessness"
- Dr. Bill Damon, Stanford Center for Adolescents
At San Domenico, providing an exceptional education and a sense of purpose has been at the heart of our mission for over 169 years. We know that purpose is not defined by one college or career goal, but by a toolkit of skills and inner-knowing that our students can draw upon for guidance, inspiration, and support throughout their life, long after they have graduated from SD.
SD teachers and program directors develop all curriculum and programs through the lens of our core values, Study, Reflection, Community, and Service. We create opportunity for students to explore big questions and intentionally infuse purpose and meaning into every learning experience. In short, we help students develop knowledge and tools that will help them find a path that will lead to successful college and career pursuits, and a happy, meaningful life.
It’s one thing to talk theory. It’s another to see it in action. Below are some stories of how we bring purposeful education to life here at SD.
Carrying on a tradition of service learning, these awards honor the legacy of an inspiring alumna of the Class of 1959.
This is a tremendous accomplishment in the Marin Theatre Company's Festival.
Tuesday, March 19, 2019
My name is Isabella Engler and I am a Junior at San Domenico. For my ROSE Project, I am working on education inequality in Marin. ROSE stands for Real Opportunities in Service Education and creating a personally meaningful service learning project is a requirement for graduation from SD.
Listen to this fascinating podcast with Mr. Levasseur and two SD seniors in his Philosophy class.
San Domenico will host a blood drive, on Thursday, March 25, 2019 from 11:30 am - 3:30 pm, in the HOTA Foyer. The drive is open to both the SD community (students over 16 and adults) and the greater community.
Part of our commitment to providing exceptional education and a sense of purpose means that even our youngest students are given the opportunity to begin grappling with some of life's biggest questions.
Each year on campus, we celebrate the Hindu festival of Holi, honoring the victory of good vs evil, the arrival of spring, repairing and forgiving broken relationships and a day to have fun with friends.