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NCS School News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Dr. Mary DiQuinzio Retires After 18 Years at NCS

    Dr. Mary DiQuinzio has instructed kindergarten classes, graduate classes, and everything in between during her 41-year teaching career. Now, she is retiring after an 18-year tenure teaching geography and history at NCS, a time she considers the “highlight of [her] professional life.”
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  • Caroline L. runs the five-kilometer race at the Interstate Athletic Conference Championships.

    Caroline L. ‘25 Named to All-State Cross Country Team

    NCS cross country runner Caroline L. ‘25 can now add “All-State athlete” to her list of achievements after a time of 20:46.18 in the five-kilometer state championship race, and 7th-place finish overall, secured her the All-State honor.
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  • Change-makers Abby Greensfelder '91 and McKenna Dunbar ’19

    Alumnae as Change-makers

    Abby Greensfelder ’91 and McKenna Dunbar ’19 are deeply rooted in social justice causes and are tilling new ground as change-makers in their respective fields of women’s equality and environmental justice. Read more in this NCS Magazine story.
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  • Fourth graders walk toward the Cathedral on Opening Day.

    Belonging at NCS

    Helping every student, family, faculty, and staff member gain that sense of belonging is central to NCS, and a range of programs welcoming newcomers helps the school fulfill that goal. Read more in this NCS Magazine story.
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  • Mackenzie ’23, and Yochana ’23 stand next to a menstrual-hygiene product donation box.

    Inspired to Act

    YouTube videos inspired NCS students to engage in summer community service projects such as launching an organization called Project Pink Tax and volunteering with the Genesee County Jail to learn more about medicine and criminal justice. Read more in this NCS Magazine story.
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