Run for Our Girls

Our Girls. Each year at Blazer Dash we hear this phrase over and over again. Our girls are the ones running the race. Prospective students, current students, alums, moms and grand moms flood the hills of Hampton Lane to run the community and back up the hill to campus. Our girls are those that we […]

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Remembering Chas

Guest Contributor – Lucy Gussio, Class of 2018 and recipient of the Chastity Dunnaville Scholarship Chastity Dunnaville was an amazing young woman who touched the hearts of many. At NDP, she was awarded the White Blazer, one of the school’s greatest honors. She dedicated herself to everything and was up for any challenge. She had impressive […]

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Mother’s Day

In honor of Mother’s Day, we threw it back to when the girls were five and had simple questions to answer. Here are some of the responses that we got from the girls!

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#ThankATeacher

Last week in celebration of Teacher Appreciation Week, we asked the girls to write about one of their teachers that they were thankful for here at NDP. These were just a few of the responses we received.

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Moving from the Page to Stage

Guest contributor–Maggie Ward, NDP Drama Teacher The Ellen Norton Cullen Library Week has been around for as long as I can remember, and since I have been teaching here at NDP for more than 30 years, that’s a very long time!!  Years ago Library Week featured prom makeovers, raffles, and guest speakers. More recently, one […]

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Social Media and Teenagers

   Girls between the ages of 15 to 19 spend at least three hours a day on social media, and most can’t go a couple of hours without checking their Instagram or Snapchat. This near-constant use of social media have inspired researcher to delve into the addictive nature of social media and the emotional damage it […]

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