Following graduation, the 8th Grade traveled to this beautiful camp outside Prescott for three days of challenges, fun, and togetherness among the pines. It was a final celebration of their accomplishments, and a chance to enjoy an experience they mostly missed out on during Covid. Looks as if they made up for lost time!
Baccalaureate Service & Dinner (at the school, May 15) and Graduation (at Tucson Museum of Art, May 20) were triumphant occasions made all the more joyous by our ability to once again fully celebrate as a community. Congratulations to the mighty Class of 2022 and to their families!
Anyone can make something lovely at the school’s subsidiary, Santa Theresa Tile Works. Here, some of our fifth graders show how it’s done – they even cut and glazed some of their own tiles! These made great gifts for Mothers Day.
Thanks to the museum’s generous school admission policy, Ms. Taylor and Ms. Whitfield-Walker were able to show our graduating class a great, educational time recently at this Tucson gem.
Congratulations to all our scholars, who put together the biggest and best Imago Dei Science Fair ever! Thanks to all the judges – and many thanks to Mr. and Ms. Raglow, our incredible brother-and-sister science-teaching team, for the countless hours and amazing creativity they put into mentoring these future scientists and engineers. SARSEF, here we come!
Every year, our incredible supporters and community partners – Pappas Kids Schoolhouse Foundation, Nationwide Vision, Trader Joe’s, Midwest Foodbank and others – enable us to give away a complete Thanksgiving dinner to every school family. Thanks to the amazing community that makes this abundance possible!
Our fifth graders are at Santa Theresa Tile Works every Friday for tile class – one of their favorite activities all week. Get ready for the cuteness overload – these photos were taken the Friday before Halloween – Costume Day!
After a year like no other, our 16 graduating 8th-graders celebrated their incredible achievements with friends and family on a warm Tucson evening in the courtyard of the Tucson Museum of Art. Onward and upward, Class of 2021!
We’re sad that there can’t be a party this year, but thrilled to be able to give our kids and families the usual bountiful Imago Dei Christmas. Each of our students receives gifts that he or she asked for, plus a warm jacket, gifts for siblings and the whole family – literally heaps of presents to make the holiday cheery …
THREAD (Together for Hope, Resiliency, Empowerment And Development) mask-sewing project is an effort of Imago Dei school to keep Tucson safe, 21 very low-income refugee families afloat, and money circulating through Tucson’s economy during the pandemic. Participants sew high-quality, double-layer, adjustable masks safely at home. Order online at our Etsy store – you won’t find a better value or a …