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Registration and Tickets

Saint Ursula Academy hosts multiple events all year for our school community. Please see a listing below. Some events may require registration.
FATHER-DAUGHTER DANCE
Sunday, January 27 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Cincinnati Music Hall
SAVE THE DATE for the Father-Daughter Dance on Sunday, January 27, 2019 at Cincinnati Music Hall, 5:00-10:00 p.m. This year’s theme: Disney. Start planning your costume now! The cost of the dance and dinner is  $93/couple, $26 for each additional daughter.         
 
SUA BALL 2019 - SAVE THE DATE
February 2, 2019   6:00 - 11:00pm
Join Saint Ursula Academy for our largest and most eventful fundraiser of the year.  This event will have unique items, one-of-a-kind experiences and exciting raffles! Dinner and drinks included.  It's a great way to have fun  with other SUA parents, alumnae and friends while supporting the girls. 
PARENT SPEAKER SERIES - The Role of Technology in Adolescence featuring Dean Whitfield, SUA Instructional Technology Coordinator
Thursday, February 28
Saint Ursula Academy Theater
Please join the Saint Ursula Academy Counseling Department for our third Parent Education Speaker Series event of the 2018-2019 school year.  What emotional and physical role does technology play in the lives of our children? Does it help or hinder learning? Dean Whitfield, SUA Instructional Technology Coordinator, will address the challenges and responsible practices for technology use among teenagers today.
SAVE THE DATE 
PARENT SPEAKER SERIES - How to Parent in a "Partying Culture" featuring Charles Roberts and Thomas Cox, Compass Point Counseling
Thursday, March 21
Saint Ursula Academy Theater
Please join the Saint Ursula Academy Counseling Department for our final Parent Education Speaker Series event of the 2018-2019 school year. We are excited to host comedian Thomas Cox along with former counselor, Charles Roberts M.A., in this unique program where we seek to inform parents about what teens are really facing in today’s world. 
  +What is "normal" and when should you worry?  
  +How do you monitor your teen while giving them the freedom to develop into their best self
  +Appropriate consequences for typical teen behaviors 
  +How to handle times when parents and teens alike fall into "all-or-nothing" thinking
 SAVE THE DATE 

Prospective Students

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