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Maggie Barnett E'97 '01 Named New Director of Marketing & Communications

Nardin Academy is pleased to announce the appointment of Maggie Barnett E’97 ’01 as the Director of Marketing and Communications. Previously, Maggie served as the Director of Integrated Marketing at Evergreen Health, where she oversaw integrated marketing, strategic planning, and brand awareness for the Buffalo-based health care provider. Prior to this role, Maggie was the Director of Marketing and eCommerce at American Niagara Hospitality, which manages regional hotel and restaurant properties.

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The Magic of Nardin’s Kindergarten

With our Kindergarten Experience event on January 29, right around the corner, we wanted to hear from one of our teachers to tell us firsthand what a day in the life of WNY’s premier Kindergarten program looks like. Alli Robbins ’09 gives us an inside look at the Kindergators, which is what the Nardin family fondly calls their youngest Lower School students. She talks about the unmatched academic foundation that prepares them for lifelong learning, and how every day students explore their interests and have fun.

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Nardin Academy Virtual Open House!

The Nardin Difference


college placement


million - the average college scholarship and grant dollars for the Class of 2020


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

Where Our Seniors Go

Each year, our graduates attend colleges across the country, and sometimes beyond. Here is a partial list: