Six Tips for Writing Your College Essay  As the Class of 2019 is getting ready to start their senior year, we wanted to reflect on an important topic for the college admission process: the college essay. Early this summer, Notre Dame Preparatory School’s Counseling Department invited admissions professionals from Johns Hopkins University, Miami University, University […]

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Remembering Chas

I never met Chastity Brione Dunnaville… Four years ago, as a freshman in the fall of 2014, I became a very appreciative recipient of the Chastity Brione Dunnaville Scholarship. It has been a blessing that has afforded me so many opportunities, has helped my family tremendously, and continues to be a blessing that grows and […]

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A Wall of Conversation

At Notre Dame Prep, students can study French, Spanish, Latin, and Chinese languages. Yet these classes offer more than lessons in vocabulary, sentence structure, and grammar. Studying a new language removes barriers among people as they engage in conversation, ask questions, and learn from each other. And while a second language enables one to conduct […]

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Chris Kaiser: Loving Tenderly

As many of you know, our beloved Dean of Students, Mrs. Chris Kaiser, will step down as dean at the end of the school year. We are thrilled to say she will remain at NDP as a math teacher, bringing her full circle in her 37-year Notre Dame career. Knowing Chris’ dedication to and love […]

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The Angels of ’77

By NDP Alumna Rose Schmitz Marcin, Class of ’77 We are the class of Lime and Rose, the Class of ’77, and we have a strong bond of sisterhood. We always have felt our class is exceptional—though perhaps everyone feels that way about her class. Between reunions, we get together for happy hours, and some […]

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