Rosati-Kain High School
4389 Lindell Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63108
Phone: (314) 533-8513
Fax: (314) 533-1618
The R-K community began a year of Centennial Celebrations with an opening liturgy, held at the Cathedral Basilica: 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, September 1, 2011. Thanks to all who were able to join us!
Service Day 2012
Service Day, February 21, 2012, renewed R-K's commitment to the city of St. Louis and the Central West End through service to our local community.
That day, all 405 current R-K students, along with faculty, parents, and alumnae volunteers went into the community for a one-day "service blitz."
Students visited the following sites:
- Alexian Village Lansdowne
- Almost Home
- Cardinal Ritter Senior Services
- Cathedral Basilica School
- Central Institute for the Deaf
- Covenant House
- Crisis Nursery
- Downtown children's Center
- Grace Hill Headstart
- Guardian Angel Settlement
- Karen House
- Kingdom House Minisitries
- Laclede Senior living
- Mary Ryder Home
- Mother of Good Counsel Home
- Nurses for Newborns
- Our Little Haven
- Queen of Peace- daycare
- Queen of Peace -family
- Southside Day Nursery
- St. Elizabeth Adult Day Care
- St. Mary's Hospital
- St. Patricks Center
- St. Teresa and Bridget
- St. Vincent DePaul Parish
- STIX early childhood center
- Sunshine Ministries
Click on the map below to see R-K Service Day Sites!
Thank you to the 450 alumnae, friends and benefactors that came out to celebrate R-K turning 100! The Centennial Gala at the Chase Park Plaza was a spectacular night! View photos of the evening by visiting:
http://jerrynaunheimphoto.zenfolio.com/rosati and enter the password “rosati”
CARITAS: Nominees have lived lives of service to others with a commitment to family and faith.
- 1944 - Jane Feld Hart, for her service to her family (8 kids, 20 grandkids) and 55 years (and counting) at St. Roch parish.
- 1951 - Sr. Louise Marie Benecke, SSND for her work in holistic healthcare and our multi-cultural world community.
VIRTUS: Nominees are women with "strength of soul" in living and working to serve one another.
- 1965 - Sr. Barbara Jennings, CSJ for her parish leadership both in inner city and rural parishes and a lifelong commitment to social justice (both corporate and environmental).
- 1962 - Maureen Doyle DiSalvio for her work with the Christian Appalachian Project, Habitat for Humanity, and serving on the Ethics and Research Committee at Missouri Baptist Hospital.
HUMILITAS: Nominees have a lifelong reputation for exhibiting humble hospitality and serving the "dear neighbor" with faith and compassion.
- 1948 - LaVergne Fangmeier Weingartner, an RN who later provided long-term, in-home care for family members during illnesses; credits R-K with shaping her worldview and commitment to service.
- 1969 - Marianne Haberstroh, for her commitment to young women in education, and the Footprints Program at Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center.
SCIENTIA: Commitments to both individual academic achievement and a commitment to the educational community.
- 1974 - Dr. Rosemarie Zagarri, for her study of women within history and commitment to academia.
- 1982 - Dr. Susan Colbert Threats, for her work as a physician and healthcare provider.