With spring in full swing, Nardin students across the Academy are showing their commitment to service this season of giving. A pillar of the Nardin Experience, service reflects the tradition of our founders, the Daughters of the Heart of Mary, and is lived out by our students through retreats, service projects, initiatives, and much more.
True to the tradition of our founders, the Daughters of the Heart of Mary, Nardin Academy promotes the values of fostering connections and embracing all. In living these values, Nardin seeks to provide a warm and welcoming environment for all members of the Nardin community, students, families, faculty, staff, and alumni alike. In this effort, the Board of Trustees prioritized diversity, inclusion, and opportunity (DIO) in its strategic plan, and, as part of a student and administration collaborative effort, adopted a new diversity statement.
If you haven't heard, Nardin alumna Tricia Mangan ‘15 is competing in her 2nd Olympic games. We caught up with Tricia from Yanqing Village in China as she prepares to ski in the Alpine combined race, which is one downhill run and one slalom run, on February 17 (Beijing time). Tricia shared with us her thoughts on representing her hometown, how Nardin supported her while she chased her dreams, and her inspiration for young student athletes.
The year we were founded
school districts transport to Nardin
ministries where the Daughters of the Heart of Mary serve around the world
faiths represented across our community, where Nardin educates in the Catholic tradition
teams in 18 sports
Soccer, Cross-country, Swimming, Baseball, Tennis, Golf, Volleyball, Crew, Basketball, Squash, Bowling, Ice Hockey, Softball, Lacrosse, Track
performing arts performances
of dining hall waste diverted, recycled, or composted annually
year Montessori cycle, allowing students to stay in the same environment with the same group of children and teachers
Technology program, where grades K-12 are issued a Chromebook computer