Notre Dame Academy is pleased to congratulate four student-athletes who signed the National Letter of Intent and are now committed to a Division I college sports program: Grace Biciunas, Mary Claire Dachille, Julia Flynn and Bella O'Connor. To learn more, click on the link above.
On Thursday, November 14 NDA Soccer was crowned Division II state champions after two overtimes and penalty kicks and on Saturday, November 19 Volleyball won the Division II state title in 5 matches. To learn more, click above.
The Cougars capped off their undefeated Catholic Conference League season by winning the Conference Championship!
Senior captain Taylor Kennedy led the way over the difficult 3.1 mile course (19:59) just ahead of junior Liz Costantino (20:01). Ursuline Academy took places 3, 4 and 5 but the next four places went to NDA: junior Elizabeth Harrington placed 6th (20:45), followed by senior captain Grace Pixler (20:52), junior Elizabeth Baker (21:04), and freshman Caitlin Rodway (21:04).
Pink is on display here at NDA. The dress-down day will raise money for breast cancer research. Throughout the month, many groups on campus have found ways to raise awareness of the disease. The Cougars for the Cure have made weekly announcements about breast cancer and even the freshman soccer team has been sporting pink arm bands and shoe laces!
To celebrate International Day of the Girl, students were asked, "What is the value of my education?"
If you are in the building over the next week or so, be sure to stop by the display outside the library. Their answers will impress you.
Briana Tobin Rosman '14 said, "Being at all-girls' - rather than a co-ed - school made this day really meaningful for the entire community."
Jena Doyle '14 added, "So often we take our education for granted. I feel really lucky to be here!"