On Wednesday, March 5, along with Christians around the world, Nazareth Academy observed the beginning of Lent with a special Mass and the distribution of ashes. Despite the snowy weather prompting a move from the Chapel to the Rooney Center, Nazareth students, faculty/staff and many parents and grandparents, gathered reverently to pray and reflect on the meaning of Lent in each of our lives. read more ›
On Wednesday, February 26, 2014, Miss Illinois 2013, Brittany Smith, spoke to Nazareth Academy students about the dangers of Distracted Driving. read more ›
On January 23, Nazareth hosted a day-long 7th Grade Retreat for some area schools. Planned and led by Nazareth seniors, the theme was "You Are the Light of the World." read more ›
Mrs. Hawkins’ US History Honors classes began their study of Immigration by making a display of their own cultural histories. On a large world map, students stretched yarn (a different color for each continent) from their families’ countries of origin to pictures of themselves today. The result was a bright and busy map, reflecting the diverse heritage of the US History Honors family. read more ›
read more ›
On January 17, 2014, Nazareth Academy inducted eight new members into the Athletic Hall of Fame. Nazareth welcomed coach Len Gramarossa, friend Sister Pat Borchardt ‘50, and athletes Mary Carol Beach ’81, Ron Mouw ’87, Ryan Mouw ’92, Michael Pilch ’86, Monica Skowronski ’82 and Joe Ziemba ’99.
The honorees and their guests celebrated before the boys basketball game with a reception at Nazareth. During halftime, each inductee received a commemorative award listing their accomplishments at Nazareth from Nazareth Principal, Deborah Tracy and Nazareth President, Dennis Moran.
read more ›
With Service being one of Nazareth's core pillars, it's no surprise that students are constantly finding opportunities to serve others. We have seen countless examples over the past month. From food and clothing drives, to bake sales, to responses to natural disasters, to full-blown parties, this fall has seen Nazareth students at their best.
read more ›
Gone is the era of printed school newspapers. Nazareth’s student-run newspaper, The Announcer, has been digital for a few years. Viewed at www.nazannouncer.com
, the news site includes reporting, interviews, student spotlights, opinion pieces, videos and even an Instagram feed, all written and produced by Nazareth students.