The Seraphim

  • Fall drama debuts under guest director

    Fall drama debuts under guest director

    Skylar Brown, Staff Writer

    October 4, 2018

    Terry Temple makes his directorial debut as a guest director for this year’s fall drama production Arsenic and Old Lace tonight. He also will direct the spring musical, tentatively Once on This Island. Mr. Temple, who has been working as a director for elementary schools, middle schools and h...

    Cast members of Arsenic and Old Lace from left, Lauren Skemp, Bennett Curran, and Kendall Luther

  • Nine new clubs join fair

    Nine new clubs join fair

    Sabrina Arevalo, Staff Writer

    September 7, 2018

    Students had the opportunity to learn about NDP’s more than 40 student-led clubs -- including nine new ones -- during the semi-annual Club Fair at lunch Friday in front of the chapel. Representatives of each club were on hand to explain what their club does, enabling students to pursue their pas...

  • Meet NDP’s new faculty and staff

    Meet NDP’s new faculty and staff

    From Staff Reports

    August 31, 2018

    Fifteen new faculty and staff members have joined the NDP community this school year: eight subject area teachers, two full-time subs, three counselors, and two staff members. NDP also welcomes a new assistant principal for academics, Emmy Robison. She replaces Tanya Bartlett, now principal at St....

    Ms. Brittney Kosar shows students how to conduct a science experiment. She is one of this year's new teachers.

  • Get ready to ACE this year

    Get ready to ACE this year

    Sabrina Arevalo, Staff Writer

    August 21, 2018

    NDP's new Academic Center for Excellence is dedicated to helping students with any academic needs, according to Crystal Brooks, the new learning resource counselor. The center is located in Pod 1 by the cafeteria and is open to everyone. Mrs. Brooks said it is set up to promote a collaborative envir...

    Ft. Phil Evanstock is ready to help students with what ever they need in the new ACE.

  • Fine arts are on the rise

    Fine arts are on the rise

    By Rose Tuft, Staff Writer

    April 19, 2018

    As one walks through Notre Dame Preparatory during B period, the sound of trumpets, drums, guitars, and saxophones fill the air. The jazz ensemble class practices every B period. This class takes place in the pods, located next to the school cafeteria. Its thin walls allow for boisterous and energetic...

    (From left) Matthew Tryon, Trevor Johnson, Sophie Kezirian, Ben Davis, Josh Babu, Eddie Eberle, Cole Streifel-Gollon, Reina Squires, and Paolo Rances, preform at the Fine Arts Festival (Kimberly Haub/Special to the Seraphim)

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