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What A Prom

What A Prom

Brianna V. '16, Reporter

May 13, 2016

On Friday, May 6, Padua Seniors spent their day off getting ready for their Senior Prom. Located inside the Chase Center on the Riverfront, the diamond-themed ballroom the seniors used for prom looked absolutely spectacular. The centerpieces were small vases with fake diamonds and candles in them. ...

Autism Awareness Month

Autism Awareness Month

Lauren M. '19, Writer

April 20, 2016

5 Questions With Margaret Achenbach

5 Questions With Margaret Achenbach

Sarah T.'17, Writer

April 9, 2016

     I recently had the opportunity to sit down and ask Senior, Margaret Achenbach, a few questions about her college process and her plans for the future. These are her responses: Where did you apply? How did you choose what schools you wanted to apply to?       I applied to Fordham, Van...

5 Questions With….

5 Questions With….

Bailey T. '17, Writer

April 3, 2016

Pia Singh is a fun-loving, considerate, and understanding girl here at Padua. Pia is a junior, 17 years old, and an only child. She lives with her mom and dad and she says “I couldn’t live without them. They’re helpful through stressful times and they’re supportive in difficult.” On Friday, Mar...

Unity Forum

Marissa D. '16, writer

March 17, 2016

Many students gathered in Roberto Hall on Tuesday, March 8th to learn more about different faiths within our world  and to discuss the importance of interfaith dialogue. The second Unity Forum took place welcoming three different religious scholars that focus on the Abrahamic faith; Jewish, Islamic, and Cat...

5 Questions with Sydney Kenton

5 Questions with Sydney Kenton

Lauren M. '19, Writer

March 4, 2016

Sydney Kenton is a freshman here at Padua Academy. She is a member of Padua’s chorus, a member of the Footloose cast, and has also recently been accepted into the Delaware All-State Senior Chorus, making first chair in Soprano I. Sydney also played volleyball for Padua this past fall, but most of ...

30 Day Meditation Challenge

30 Day Meditation Challenge

Ashley C. '17, Writer

February 28, 2016

Ever try meditation? Over the past couple of weeks, Padua’s APS sessions have been doing something different-teacher led Ted Talks! After the success of his Ted Talk, Mr. Shelton has decided to take his meditation presentation to the next level. He challenged Padua to the “30 Day Meditation Challe...

The Junior Ring Mass

The Junior Ring Mass

Annabeth B.'17, Writer

December 9, 2015

     This past Wednesday, the class of 2017 all came to St. Anthony’s Church for their Junior Ring Mass. The Church was buzzing with excited family members and girls ready to be presented with their rings.      All of the juniors lined up outside of the church and patiently waited to walk into the church...

Remember..November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Remember..November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Sydney K. '19, Writer

November 13, 2015

We all forget things once in awhile. Maybe you forgot to wish a friend “Happy Birthday” or you forgot to complete a homework assignment. Forgetting things is a part of life and it often occurs more frequently as people grow older. However, Alzheimer’s disease is very different from everyday fo...

Powerful Player: Emily Jarome

Rachel B. '18, Writer

October 19, 2015

   Emily Jarome is a well known volleyball player in the state of Delaware. She played on Holy Angels’ CYO team from fifth grade to seventh grade, then on Sanford School’s high school varsity team in eighth grade. Emily came to Padua because of “Padua’s previous volleyball records” and has b...

“I Just Kind of Fell Into It”

Sarah T. '17

September 29, 2015

     Mrs. Kardos is Padua’s new nurse. She went to Hodgson Vo-Tech for high school and University of Delaware for college. When asked about why she decided to pursue nursing, she said, “I kind of fell into it. When I went to Hodgson I did the nursing program that they offer and when I went to c...

Miss Bishop Comes to Padua

Rachel B. '18, Writer

September 29, 2015

  This year, Padua welcomed Miss Bishop to our English Department. She enjoys Padua so far, stating that it “is very friendly and welcoming” and that it “promotes good values”. Also, she’s always liked Padua because it is an all girls Catholic high school, which she is familiar with beca...

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