NWC's Helping Hands committee led by junior MaryCharlotte Barnes raised $5000 during Lent to sponsor the project.
Link Crew is a a national high school transition program that welcomes freshmen and helps them to feel at home in their new school. James Nicholas and Kiana Woods were recognized “for always going above and beyond.”
Libby Vandal '19 recently spoke at the Women & Girls Day at the Capitol. Students from NWC joined young women from all over the region for this special event.
Keagan Ostop will be honored at the YWCA New Britain’s 2019 Women in Leadership Luncheon at the Aqua Turf Club in Plantsville. Ostop has been selected because of her outstanding achievements, service, and contributions at school and in the community.
On March 16, the Northwest Catholic Student Council hosted its bi-annual blood drive. This year's total between both drives was 75 pints, and on Friday, 23 first-time donors gave.
NAACP President Maxien Robinson-Lewin and VP Joan H. Gibson spoke at Northwest Catholic in honor of Black History Month.
Northwest Catholic and Intensive Education Academy collaborate every year for its Unified Theater program. This year students from both schools worked together to present "Dear Diary, When I grow up…”
Last week Northwest Catholic's Hydroponic Club donated seven non-circulating systems worth of hydroponic lettuce. That lettuce from seven, five-gallon buckets served upwards of 80 people at Manna Community Meals at South Congregational Church in Hartford.
Unified Theatre is a program that brings together typical and atypical students to celebrate the wonder and power of theater. Their performance is Friday, February 8 at 6pm in NWC’s Rice Auditorium.