If Mark Zuckerbeg, co-founder and CEO of Facebook, makes a recommendation, then you know it’s probably pretty good advice. So girls of the world…heed Mr. Zuckerberg and embrace your inner “nerd”! As Education Week reported, in response to one grandma’s Facebook post about the advice she gives to her granddaughters – “date the nerd in […]Read More Embrace Your Inner Geek
The number seven is pretty special at Notre Dame Prep, from our seven grades—sixth through twelfth—to the seven columns marking the front entrance to the school. So in that spirit of seven, here are the seven best reasons to attend NDP, as identified by those individuals who can develop such a list…NDP students! The uniform—Briana […]Read More The 7 Best Things about Attending NDP
The Baltimore Farmers’ Market should be open any day now. A drive up Charles Street is dotted with beautiful white blossoms on the median trees. And there’s just enough pollen on my car to change its “blackberry pearl” hue to a shade of dark Chartreuse. It must be spring in Baltimore! Here at NDP, spring […]Read More You Know It’s Spring at NDP When…
By Jill Bateman ‘15 Members of the General Council of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, based in Rome, Italy, visited NDP Tuesday, April 21. As part of the sisters’ visit, NDP hosted a special assembly featuring student speakers and musicians. Senior Jill Bateman opened up the ceremony with these remarks. One of the first […]Read More The Parable of the Blue Dress
By Sarah Myers, Language Department Chairperson At NDP quiet Advent joy crescendos into Tree Trim, Concerts and Christmas Liturgy At NDP the girls are waiting and watching, witnessing and learning. The celebration of Advent has begun and laptops display countdown clocks that tick over the days until Christmas. Teachers, staff and administrators move students forward […]Read More Advent Love, Justice and Wisdom
by Natalie Pucillo ’15 I don’t know about the rest of my sisters of pink and orange, but I walked into the first day of school absolutely terrified. It wasn’t that I thought I was going to get lost; three years of navigating the halls kept me feeling confident about my ability to make it […]Read More The First of the Lasts
Back in June, a group of educators came together to plan what many individuals who work in places other than Catholic schools may not understand—a retreat. Not the typical corporate retreat where folks put on casual clothes and talk about goals and objectives, but rather a retreat to serve as an open-armed invitation to the […]Read More Come as You Are
Below is a re-print with updates of a post about the annual Crabs for Chas event at NDP in honor of 2006 alum and White Blazer girl, Chastity Dunnaville: The Person She Was, The People We Are In 2006 I had the distinct honor of delivering the commencement speech at Notre Dame. In preparation for […]Read More The Second Annual Crabs for Chas: Saturday, July 19th at NDP
It has been nearly two years since I was first invited to create a blog for Notre Dame Prep. What began as a marketing tool for NDP quickly became a labor of love for me. What a great gig. I spent the better part of the past 24 months interviewing those people who represent the […]Read More What Did I Learn in School Today?
There are certain questions one expects to hear bandied about in an academic environment. “What is the square root of 125? Why is the sky blue? How many lines in a sonnet?… Where’s your homework? …Will this be on the test?” As a student progresses through school the questions get harder and the answers more […]Read More Divine Mystery Revealed?