The Seraphim

5 ways NDP students de-stress

Sabrina Arevalo, Staff Writer

November 30, 2018

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Students at NDP are constantly working to balance school work, extracurricular activities, social lives, and hobbies. According to a poll done by The Seraphim, students are involved on average in two to three extracurricular activities. Today’...

Capstone: NDP journey from Grade 9 to Grade 12

Ansel Averitte, Special to The Seraphim

April 20, 2018

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12 is so much better than 9 By Ansel Averitte 12 or 9?   9 or 12? 9 is not as good as 12! 12 is soooooooo much better than 9!!!!   Gotta get this out, what is my head and what is in my HEART, Oh man where to ...

Capstone project: an original poem

By Samantha Shank '18, Special to The Seraphim

April 19, 2018

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HEY, SUNSHINE By Samantha Shank, Class of 2018 Hey, Sunshine That shy girl sitting alone in the corner I see you hiding I know why you’re hiding And I understand your reasons for hiding No matter how much...

Curtains rises at NDP

By Erin Nemivant, Special to The Seraphim

March 6, 2018

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SCOTTSDALE — Since the favorable and crowd-pleasing musical, Sound of Music, in 2017, the Notre Dame Prep community is anxious for what the 2018 play, Curtains, has to offer. This is the first time operating under the busy wo...

Student life: On the border

Student life: On the border

December 14, 2017

NDP’s Music Man

NDP’s Music Man

December 4, 2017

State champion profile: Ansel Averitte

By Kaden Macor, Staff Writer

December 1, 2017

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Speeding through the water, with his hair braided and legs shaved, Ansel Averitte hit the wall with one last push, looking right and left to see he’s the first to touch. All the hard work and dedicated practices finally paid off for the Notre Dame...

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