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WRITTEN FINAL - AS YOU WOULD WISH IT TO BE … 1 Notre Dame...

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WRITTEN FINAL – TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE DROPBOX BY AUGUST 15. AS IT IS 1. Notre Dame Academy…educating the whole person. From our website and formal communications, our mission statement is as follows: “Notre Dame Academy , as an educational ministry of the Roman Catholic Church, educates the whole person by developing each student's Christian faith, commitment to service, and full academic potential within a caring Church community.” I think my school does a good job of educating the whole person. We provide students with a college preparatory education, and with the introduction of the IB program, provide a global education for those that choose to enroll in the program. Our students receive Catholic and other religious education, are required to perform service hours as part of their graduation requirements and are offered a good choice of college prep classes.
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Unformatted text preview: AS YOU WOULD WISH IT TO BE … 1. Notre Dame Academy…educating All people. I updated my original slogan to this because I feel that some of our ‘marginalized’ students aren’t given the same opportunities as the majority of students. The majority of the marginalized students happen to be the scholarship recipients who are mostly Hispanic. There aren’t many of these students, but I feel that they aren’t pushed or even helped to receive the same opportunities as their more affluent classmates. These students for the most part, aren’t enrolled in the IB program, aren’t in band or sports. I’d like to see this trend change; I don’t think it’s necessarily policy, but a lot of the scholarship students don’t excel or go on to challenge themselves....
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