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.
NWC came together Monday morning to pay tribute to Dr. King. To start, President Christian Cashman spoke of King’s commitment to the “beloved community,” urging the audience to help realize King’s dream by making Northwest Catholic a “beloved community” and remembering all the great leader preached.
Northwest Catholic's Link Crew sat down with their freshmen this week for a "Cocoa and Cram." The seniors answered questions about the upcoming midterm exams, helping to dial down the worry, roll back the mystery, and motivate the freshmen to study.
In the spirit of Advent, students at Northwest Catholic who travelled to Haiti this past July addressed the student body Tuesday to share their reflections.
Advent invites us into that “not yet Christmas” time. Our one spirit is bonded with the Holy Spirit, which brings us HOPE this week.