• Science Daze!

    Science Daze!

    Kasia Krzyzanska

    April 18, 2018

    On Monday, March 19, Nardin students participated in STEAM club’s Science Daze! This biannual event consisted of 14 different competitions ranging from building catapults to exploring virtual reality. Students from every grade decided which event to participate in with hopes of obtaining a science extra credit voucher for themselves and the elusive pizza party/breakfast for their homeroom.   Below for your perusal are each of the fourt...

  • The Last Male Northern White Rhino

    The Last Male Northern White Rhino

    M. Ende '19

    April 17, 2018

    On March 19, 2018, 45-year-old Sudan, the last male northern white rhino, died. After a long period of suffering, particularly attributed to his old age, Sudan was euthanized at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. Although there are still an estimated 20,000 white rhinos altogether, Sudan left behind only two female northern white rhinos, reducing the possibility of preventing the subspecies’ extinction. Essentially, the only method to recov...

  • The Connection Between Pencil and Pen

    The Connection Between Pencil and Pen

    April 15, 2018

    My blood runs cold when a teacher asks for something in pen. Nothing I write ever seems like it’s solidified enough to condemn to perminance. I’m not one for that level of commitment. There’s no going back with pen--you can try to scribble over it or slather it in clumpy white-out, but your first thought isn’t ever gone. Conceal it all you want, but there’s still proof that you wrote it. Every line you make is forever yours, and you can’t ...

  • Students Speak about the National Walkout

    Students Speak about the National Walkout

    E. Barrett '18 et. al.

    April 8, 2018

    March 14, 2018 was a day which will be memorable for years to come, as this is the date of the National Walkout against gun violence. This walkout was orchestrated by students for the benefit of all citizens who have ever been effected by unjust usage of weapons. Through the usage of social media, protests like this have succeeded in their ability to bring people together with a like-minded set of values to achieve a common goal. To fully understand...


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Staff Profile
Nardin Through the Decades – 1970’s!

S. Crawford '20

Continuing with the “Nardin Through the Decades” series, Kaleidoscope will today look at Nardin life in the 1970’s. Mrs. Kelly, who teaches Chemistry here at Na...

February 15, 2018

Austen-tatious Day!

C. Krabak '19

On December 15, 2017, Nardin Academy students and faculty gathered together for an exciting day of activity to celebrate the timeless work of Jane Austen and to commemorate the 200th anniversary of her death. After assembling in the gym to watch the 2005 film adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, the Nardin community spent the day immersed in a variety of workshops straight out of the Regency Era. Thanks to the hard work put in by both teachers and guest speaker Dr. Kim Simpson, Austen-tatious Day proved to be a major success as students learned about the societal standards that eighteenth-century female authors had to overcome in order to make their voices heard.

January 29, 2018

Open House!

S. Crawford '20

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 ...

October 13, 2017

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

May 6, 2013

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