• Open House!

    Open House!

    S. Crawford '20

    October 13, 2017

    Every year, Nardin Academy invites prospective students and their families to tour the school and learn about some of the amazing opportunities Nardin offers. This all occurs over the two days of Open House, which took place on October 1st and 2nd this year. Over one hundred current Nardin students volunteered to give tours, help in classrooms, and help present clubs and sports. For just a few hours over two days, Nardin was on display and our ...

  • An Open Letter to the Class of 2018

    An Open Letter to the Class of 2018

    C. Bushway '18

    May 24, 2017

    Junior year is coming to a close, and just a few weeks ago it seemed like it would never end. And now what, it’s May! We’ve battled standardized tests, AP exams and late late nights. The infamous Nardin Academy Junior year and guess what, we conquered it. We’ve climbed the mountain and now only the sky's the limit. So guys, our time as Nardin Academy students is rapidly approaching its end. In less than a year, we will be alumni, will kn...

  • This Summer’s Solar Eclipse

    This Summer’s Solar Eclipse

    Kasia K.

    May 17, 2017

    The year is slowly coming to a close, and summer is quickly approaching. This summer, there will be a total solar eclipse visible in the United States on August 21. No solar eclipse has been seen since 1979, and this is the first eclipse that will be exclusively seen within the United States, giving it the name “The Great American Eclipse”. In a solar eclipse, the moon passes in front of the sun, temporarily blocking it out and letting the sun’s co...

  • Is There Life on Saturn?

    Is There Life on Saturn?

    M. Ende '19

    April 24, 2017

    Despite constant searching for habitable planets or possible life outside of our solar system, scientists have just made a monumental discovery that was quite unexpected. After more than a decade of research into the icy exterior of the moon, it was realized in 2015 that there has to be a global ocean underneath Enceladus’ ice shell since there are geysers spewing plumes of gases like water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane, and some other substances. Very cold and tiny, the -330°F and 157 mile long moon was the focus of plenty of more research, which resulted in the discovery of hydrogen molecules erupting from the geysers, too; therefore, there might be “hot spots,” or hydrothermal vents, in the ocean. If these vents do exist, there is a possibility of microorganisms living there, like the ones in our oceans. READ MORE »»

    NASA's Cassini spacecraft

  • TARC at Nardin

    TARC at Nardin

    Kasia Krzyzanska

    April 10, 2017

      Cassie Whittemore, a junior at Nardin academy, will be starting a Team America Rocketry Challenge (or TARC) team next year. She has been doing TARC for five years, and has even gone to the national competition four times. This will be a very exciting (not to mention AWESOME) event for Nardin to participate in, so hopefully many people will join next year. But what is TARC, exactly? For the most part, it involves building and launching...

Sophomore Dance 2017

Sophomore Dance 2017

E. Becker '19

On Friday, March 24th, Nardin hosted the Sophomore annual dance in the Nardin gym. Thanks to the hard work of Nardin teachers and our sophomore class officers, everyone had a ...

April 4, 2017

Winter Sports

Isabella Redding ‘20 and Lily McCormack ‘20 - JV Squash Squash is a racket sport played by either two or four players. It is played in a four wall court with a small, rubber ball. The new athletic center includes four beautiful new squash courts, which gave Nardin and the students a chance to expand the squash program. Before this year, Nardin only offered squas...

March 30, 2017

MUNUC 2017

MUNUC 2017

J. Anthony '18

What happens when you add politically involved students to the historic city of Chicago?  MUNUC 2017.   Last month, over 2,600 students braved the chilly winter weather...

March 28, 2017

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Recent Sports Scores

  • Tuesday, October 3

    Varsity Volleyball

    Nardin Academy 0 - St Mary's of Lancaster 3

  • Wednesday, September 27


    Nardin Academy 2 - Frontier 1

  • Wednesday, September 27

    Varsity Golf

    Nardin Academy 263 - Sacred Heart 243

  • Tuesday, September 26

    Varsity Swim

    Nardin Academy 64 - Mt St Mary's 29

  • Monday, September 25

    Varsity Volleyball

    Nardin Academy 3 - Nichols 2

  • Wednesday, September 20

    Varsity Soccer

    Nardin Academy 11 - Buffalo Seminary 0

Staff Profile

Sophomore Retreat to Repeat

Sophomore Retreat to Repeat

M. Ende '19

As Mr. Zanghi likes to remind our class, the term “sophomore” is derived from the Greek words “sophos” and “moros,” which mean “wise” and “foolish,” respectively. However, despite its hilarity, the word “sophomore” does not accurately describe Nardin’s class of 2019 at all.

March 20, 2017

Nardin Varsity Softball 2013

Monica Mascellino, '14

It's that time of year again: the sun is shining, the grass is showing, and the smell of dirt is in the air. Softball at Nardin this year is in a bit of a rebuild process;...

May 6, 2013

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