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  • December

    IND HAS 3!

    Baltimore-area high school girls basketball players to watch in 2018-19. Way to go Eniya Russell '20, La’ Shrya Williams '19 and Ajae Petty '20. IND is proud of all of you! Way to go BLUE! To read more: https://bsun.md/2QHEdPY
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  • The Sweet Sounds of the Select Choir

    If you work in downtown Baltimore or just traveling around town on Thursday, Dec. 6, stop by Westminster Hall at the University of Maryland to hear a performance from IND’s Select Choir.

    This event takes place at noon and is FREE and open to the public. 
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  • Be Our Guest!

    Join us for a Christmas Tea.

    Celebrate the Christmas season by learning about the spirits of IND’s past, present, and future.

    Enjoy an afternoon of stories and a fun-filled scavenger hunt. Meet the IND Faculty and Staff and hear musical performances from our students.

    This event is opened to all families with students in grades 5-8.
    December 6 from 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    RSVP to events@indofmd.org
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  • November

    Get into the Holiday spirit!

    Start the Holiday season off with the sweet sound of IND’s Select Choir. A FREE Holiday event that you do not want to miss. IND’s Select Choir will be performing December 1 at 6:30 p.m.
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    IND will be walking tall in the 20th Annual Holiday Parade on The Avenue at White Marsh this Saturday, December 1. The parade starts at 10:00 a.m. so get there early to line the streets and show the IND spirit. Proud to be IND!
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  • Christmas Is Coming!

    WOW! Look what IND opened up this morning to find. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Thank you to all the IND elves that came in this weekend and decorated. Making IND merry and bright.
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  • Powder Puff 2018

    We ended the holiday week with a fun for all IND tradition, POWDER PUFF. Seniors (yellow class) versus Juniors (green class) in an exciting, thrill to the end, sisterhood rivalry of flag football. Seniors ruled in a 32 to 18 win. Do not underestimate IND’s juniors as they will be back next year…game on!
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  • HS Forum on Addressing Gun Violence at Wilton

    From November 9-11, the JPIC department and faculty members from AHA, IND and NDP held a Forum at Villa Notre Dame for a selected group of 18 students to discuss the topic of gun violence.

    The forum, “Addressing Gun Violence in Our Schools and Communities,” included a robust agenda that included reflections, prayers, and several speakers. The highlights included a speaker from Sandy Hook Promise addressing “Gun Violence in America Today,” and Kelsey Reeder, led the group in “Handling Difficult Conversations.”

    The planned outcomes for the students to take away from this weekend included having the opportunity to reflect on the Gospel and the practice of non-violence, to gain personal and national-level knowledge on issues around gun violence, to build skill development towards advocacy and conducting difficult conversations, and to create action plans for their respective schools.
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  • Veterans Day

    Honoring All Who Served. Thank You!
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  • 2018 National Honor Society Inductees

    Congratulations to the 2018 National Honor Society Inductees. Your patience, dedication, and perseverance have paid off! You all make IND proud! #indofmd
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  • October

    Community Day 2018

    IND’s growing a global heart; serving our local community day was a full day of excitement for ALL! Starting with SSND Foundation Day liturgy, breakout speaker sessions where students engaged in hands-on service sessions (Sandwich making for the homeless, Halloween cards for a nursing home, toiletry bags for victims of abuse/human trafficking) a salsa band to kick things up and an over the top pep rally.

    A special shout out to the Diamond Girls from Govans Elementary
    who joined us on our special day

    Community-Faith-Service, three things that perfectly describe our beloved IND! #indofmd
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  • Join Us For Open House Saturday, Nov. 3, 11:00-2:00

    Discover the true meaning of Sisterhood!

    Find out why BALTIMORE’S CHILD recently named 

    IND the 2018 Readers’ Choice winner for Best Independent Catholic School. 

    Experience the IND Difference!

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  • 3 students chosen to represent IND at the IAAM conference

    Congratulations to Jazmine Servance, Anna Boyd and Saratu Kehinde for being selected to represent IND at the 6th Annual IAAM Leadership conference. Chosen for their leadership skills these athletes had the opportunity to collaborate and gain insight from their peers that were present from 31 different institutions. IND advancing the leaders of tomorrow! Go, ladies. Making IND proud! #indofmd
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  • It's A Rematch!

    Mark Your Calendars! It’s A Rematch!

    The varsity volleyball coaches and players from IND and Loyola have agreed to a rematch in a fun volleyball game “Sets For SAFE” on Wednesday, October 17, at 5:00 pm, in the Performance Gym at Loyola Blakefield in Towson. Please click the link to read more https://bit.ly/2NCbiHx .
    We hope you, your families and friends can join us to watch these fine young athletes compete while supporting such a worthy cause.
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  • A Wonderful Guest Speaker!

    What a pleasure! Guest speaker Mr. Paul Mullen, Managing Editor of the Catholic Review, came and spoke to IND’s journalism class. Engagement, insight, stories, questions and lots of laughter. What a GREAT speaker. IND looks forward to your return Mr. Mullen! #indofmd
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  • Discover IND!

    Discover OUR difference…Discover OUR potential...Discover IND! #indofmd
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  • September

    Helping Those In Need

    Hildie’s Helpers are preparing meals for those experiencing homelessness. IND always committed to serving others and assisting our neighbors in need. One Mind, One Heart. ONE true gem... IND! #indofmd
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  • It's Academic

    Congratulations to the IND It’s Academic team who competed in the Catholic League competition yesterday. Although they lost the first match to John Carroll, they went on to rally and won the second match against Catholic High! Great job Amanda Evans ‘21, Mickella Harris ‘20, and Sarah Sandison ’19. Making IND proud. IND strong!
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  • Crab Feast 2018

    Great day, Great time, Great weather! Friends, Sisters, Games, and CRABS! The IND alumnae crab feast was another successful event! Thank you to all that came out and those that volunteered. Looking forward to seeing everyone again next year! #indofmd
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  • A Successful Day!

    What a day! Back to School Sunday and the IND College Fair.

    Thank you to all Parents that came out to visit the student’s classrooms and meet their teachers.

    With an impressive turnout of colleges and universities, IND’s college fair provided students the opportunity to meet representatives a “one-stop shopping’ kind of experience.

    Each year 100 percent of IND’s graduates are accepted into colleges and universities, many among the top in the nation! Proud to be IND! #indofmd
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  • Dr. Kaye Whitehead visits IND.

    Thank you, Dr. Kaye Whitehead who spoke to the IND Faculty and Staff during professional development day. Helping to teach and facilitate discussions on equity and inclusion.

    Recently voted as the 2018-19 “Best New Voice” in News and Media by Baltimore magazine, Karsonya (Dr. Kaye) Wise Whitehead is an Associate Professor of Communication and African American Studies in the Department of Communication at Loyola University Maryland. Dr. Whitehead is also the host of Today with Dr. Kaye on WEAA 88.9 FM. She is also the author of four books including RaceBrave: new and selected works, which was selected by the Baltimore Sun as one of the 2015 Top Ten Summer Reads; Notes from a Colored Girl: The Civil War Pocket Diaries of Emilie Frances Davis, which received both the 2015 Darlene Clark Hine Book Award from the Organization of American Historians and the 2014 Letitia Woods Brown Book Award from the Association of Black Women Historians; and, Letters to My Black Sons: Raising Boys in a Post-Racial America. She is also a K-12 Master Teacher in African American History, an award-winning former Baltimore City middle school teacher, a three-time New York Emmy-nominated documentary filmmaker, and a 2016-2017 guest commentator and Op-Ed columnist for WYPR 88.1 FM and the Baltimore Sun. Whitehead created the Say Her Name syllabus, the Clinton syllabus, the Trump Syllabus K12, and the A Day Without A Woman Syllabus. She was the guest editor for the fall 2016 special “#BlackGirlActivism” edition of Meridians journal. She lives in Baltimore with her family.

    Dr. Whitehead you are such an inspiration! We look forward to your return to IND. #indofmd
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  • Students Learning Coding

    In Java class, IND students were learning about sub-classes and methods. Students applied this lesson by thinking through how they would instruct a robot to write the word “HI” by placing dots on a grid. After collaborating to write the needed code on the board, students tested the program by literally walking through it on a floor grid using large chess pieces to represent the robot and the dots. The combination of hand-writing code, acting out the commands, and running it on the laptops will help the students prepare for the challenging AP Computer Science exam! Well done future coders! 
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  • IND is helping in the community

    Despite the torrential downpour of rain, IND was out and about at the bilingual BabyFest in Patterson Park. Students helped with providing information, giveaways, and activities for the children. BabyFest is a collaborative effort between the Baltimore Medical System and other agencies that form the B’more for Healthy Babies programs.
    IND - in the community, for the community, supporting the community!
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  • CSI at IND

    AMAZING! IND students in the first class of the PLTW Biomedical Program, “Principles of Biomedical Science” set up a surreal crime scene. Crime scene investigators would have been impressed! Keep up the good work ladies!
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  • August

    New Student Orientation

    The first day of New Student Orientation. Class of 2022 felt welcomed as soon as they walked through IND’s front doors and their new relationships already feel like a “sisterhood.” At IND, sisterhood is as important as curriculum. Can’t wait to see the activities planned for tomorrow! IND PROUD! #indofmd
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  • Fall Sports Tryouts - August 15 – 17

    Soccer: 3:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. Coppermine Field
    Field Hockey: 3:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. Coppermine Field
    Volleyball: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m. Knott Gym
    Cross Country: 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Herring Run Park
    Crew will not begin tryouts until August 27

    For more contact Freddie Newman, Athletic Director
    410.522.7800 or fnewman@indofmd.org
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  • Healy Foundation Scholarship Awarded

    We are so thankful to the Bryan P. Healy Foundation for their support of IND! Today we welcomed Mike Liberto and Scott Marsh to present Emma Bittner ’22 with the Healy Foundation Scholarship. Emma will be joining our freshmen class and we are proud of her achievements! IND continues to be poised for success as we enter this 2018-2019 academic year! #indofmd  twitter.com/BryanPHealyFNDN
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  • eTECHcampus Bookstore Opens August 6

    The etechcampus bookstore has updated their open date to August 6.
    For ordering information click the link below

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  • July

    Annual Alumnae Crab Feast - September 22

    Institute of Notre Dame Alumnae Association
    2018 Annual Crab Feast

    Saturday, September 22, 2018

    3–7 p.m. Ticket price $65* per person
     *All RSVPs must be postmarked by September 2 for the $65 rate. 
    Payments for RSVPs will be accepted after September 2 at the higher rate of $70/ticket.
    Deadline date for ticket sales September 14.
    Purchase your ticket(s) today! 
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  • Ryann Cooper ’18 profiled in the Catholic Review

    Catholic Review profiles five students who strive to excel in their area of interest. Read the Class of 2018, Ryann Cooper’s, story on page 29. https://bit.ly/2KCEVrz
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  • June

    Institute of Notre Dame Names Lisa Ann Wetzel as Assistant Head of School for Academics

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