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List of 5 news stories.

  • Two Seniors Named National Merit Semifinalists

    Two NCS seniors, Emma Bennett and Katie Troup, were among 16,000 students nationwide named as semifinalists in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program.
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  • Alumnae storytellers pictured left to right: Valerie Scoon, Nell Constantinople, Mary Bruce, Fan Staunton Ogilvie, Naomi Iizuka, Elliott Holt, Jeni Hansen, Patsy

    Alumnae Storytellers

    Graduates of NCS go on to work in a number of fields. These 10 alumnae tell stories through film, journalism, poetry, dance, and more.
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  • Zoe Herrmann ’23 and Penelope Jia ’23 participate in the Hyde-Tuckerman writing competition in Washington National Cathedral in 2018.

    Hyde-Tuckerman: NCS’s Oldest Storytelling Tradition

    Once every fall, when students walk into Washington National Cathedral expecting hymns, homilies, and scripture readings, they are excited to learn that this is instead the surprise Hyde-Tuckerman service. This story originally appeared in the spring 2022 issue of NCS Magazine.
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  • Rita Rajen poses next to her collection.

    Around the Globe

    A snow globe collection tells a story of loss, resilience, and community. This story originally appeared in the spring 2022 issue of NCS Magazine. 
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  • The NCS community celebrates Flag Day, the end-of-year awards ceremony, to close out the 2021-2022 school year.

    NCS Awards Year-End Honors at Annual Flag Day

    NCS celebrated one of its oldest traditions on June 10 with its annual Flag Day prize ceremony. The Class of 2022 was recognized before an audience of NCS families and friends, and 33 awards, touching on every department in the school, were bestowed on students.
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