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Our History


From Our Principal

Thank you, Father, for having created us

And giving us to each other in the human family.

Thank you for being with us in all our joys and sorrows,

For your comfort in our sadness,

Your companionship in our loneliness.

Your presence in our gladness

Thank you for yesterday, today, tomorrow

And for the whole of our lives.

Thank you for friends, for health and for grace.

May we live this every day and always be conscious

Of all that has been given to us.

~Laurie Michener



Saint Dominic Catholic School provides a learning environment that develops students to their fullest potential through an exceptional foundation in faith, academics, leadership, and service.


Founded in 1961, Saint Dominic is a co-educational school serving the surrounding Mobile community and offering students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade a well-rounded Catholic education. The school’s Catholic tradition is rooted in the educational ministry of St. Dominic Catholic Parish, the Irish Sisters of Mercy, and the Archdiocese of Mobile. St. Dominic students live the beliefs and values of Jesus Christ.

Profile of a Graduate

A life-long learner who:

  • Is prepared for the academic challenges of high school;

  • Possesses a solid foundation in all subject areas;

  • Has a personal study, note taking, organizational, and technological skills set in place;

  • Is capable of higher level thinking skills; and

  • Goes beyond the minimum to get the best possible answer.

A spiritual leader who:

  • Realizes that his/her every action is in the presence of God;

  • Cares about others and displays that outwardly;

  • Recognizes the need for service to others and does that as part of his/her daily life;

  • Voluntarily participates in fellowship and ministry; and

  • Lives out the beliefs taught by the Catholic Church.

A physically disciplined individual who:

  • Knows the importance of taking care of the body that God has given them;

  • Lives a healthy lifestyle;

  • Respects his/her body and mind; and

  • Has established a good nutrition and exercise routine.

A follower of Christ who:

  • Knows basic Catholic doctrine;

  • Remains faithful to the Mass and sacraments;

  • Maintains an active and meaningful prayer life;

  • Exhibits a deep appreciation for the Catholic Religion; and

  • Is proud of his/her faith.

A respectful and cooperative communicator who:

  • Is respectful of differences in others;

  • Can work out problems peacefully;

  • Exhibits strong self-discipline skills;

  • Cooperates well with others to set and accomplish goals and tasks; and

  • Displays courteous sportsmanship.

We would love to share more about our school.
Call for a tour, 251-661-5226.


Mrs. Laurie Michener



Mrs. Patty Reed

Office Manager

Mrs. Kathleen Thompson


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