Padua 360

Homecoming Survival Guide

Bailey T. '17, Writer

October 24, 2015


Filed under Student News

As the school year begins, that means homecoming is right around the corner. With finding a date, to getting the perfect dress, and even what plans to do on the “big night”, all of these are things need to be considered. Homecoming is the welcome back dance, towards the beginning of the school year at...

Open House 2015

Open House 2015

Summer B. '19, Writer

October 22, 2015


Filed under Student News, Top Stories

As the student ambassadors walked into the building, Ms. Maguire rushed around to guide helpers to positions, whether they be tour guides, door holders, or those who passed out the information pamphlets. They hurried to their positions just as the clock strikes one, and one by one prospective families...

Freshmen Field Trip

Freshmen Field Trip

Lauren M. '19, Writer

October 20, 2015


Filed under Student News, Top Stories

Dead silence filled the room, then the stage erupted with music, actors, and a kaleidoscope of colors that shone down from the lights. Camels walked up the side aisles, looming over the audience. Tall spires, covered with hieroglyphics, tower over the singing cast on stage. An actor flies above everyone, ...

Addressing the Stress: an APS Production

Addressing the Stress: an APS Production

Summer B. '19, Writer

October 16, 2015


Filed under Student News, Top Stories

During Flex this past Thursday, October 15th, the APS groups gathered to enjoy a short “movie” starring Mr. Sheehan and Mr. Wills. As the movie started, freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors joined around a table, and all were focused on the facts and laughs of the two teachers. Discussing th...

Teachers as Students: Mr. Beno

Bailey T. '17, Writer

October 16, 2015


Filed under Student News, Top Stories

On September 28th, Mr. Beno completed a day in the life of a Padua student. For the whole day he was to follow and be the “shadow” of a girl in Padua. It was cycle 3 and he was picked to follow a junior’s schedule. Mr. Beno said that all of his classes that day were fun and enjoyable. He specifica...

Sophomore Service Program

Gabrielle C. '18, Writer

October 8, 2015


Filed under Spirituality & Service, Student News, Top Stories

    Instead of having the sophomore retreat this year, Mrs. Alinda thought it would be best to bring sophomores to Camden, New Jersey to volunteer this year. Sophomores were broken up into groups and traveled to Camden using the Padua vans. They helped clean up around The Cathedral, a parish in down...

Padua Doesn’t Need a Dance, We’ve Got Harvest Homecoming!

Padua Doesn’t Need a Dance, We’ve Got Harvest Homecoming!

Cassidy M. '19, Reporter

October 8, 2015


Filed under Student News, Top Stories

As October finally arrives, schools are starting to celebrate homecoming festivities. Many schools have a football game and a dance afterwards. However, what does an all-girls school like Padua Academy do when they don’t have a football team? They have a volleyball game, of course! And instead of...

You Have Been Pope’d

You Have Been Pope’d

Zoe W. '17, Writer

September 30, 2015


Filed under Student News, Top Stories

In anticipation of the Pope’s visit to America, Mrs. Duppel’s Morality class decided to celebrate by participating in their own rendition of a common TV show. If you have ever heard of the TV show “Punk’d” then you might already have an idea of what went down. On Thursday, September 22nd Mr...

2015 Big Sister Little Sister Sleepover

2015 Big Sister Little Sister Sleepover

Summer B. '19 and Cassidy M. '19

September 29, 2015


Filed under Student News, Top Stories

     Kicking off the night at 10 o’clock, the freshmen and seniors face each other at a game of Finish the Lyrics, with the seniors taking the win. This started a night of fun and games for the classes of 2016 and 2019.  After catching up with friends and big sisters, the night started with a ‘fri...

“I Just Kind of Fell Into It”

Sarah T. '17

September 29, 2015


Filed under People, Student News, Top Stories

     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...

Activities Fair: New Year, New You!

Activities Fair: New Year, New You!

Lauren M. '19, Reporter

September 23, 2015


Filed under Student News, Top Stories

On September 21st and 22nd, the Café was buzzing. Students were milling around looking for clubs to join at Padua’s annual Activities Fair. This is when students are able to discover a bit of themselves and what they might want to pursue by participating in activities they enjoy. The Activities Fair...

Padua Students Interview Air Force Member

Padua Students Interview Air Force Member

Grace C. '18, Writer

September 19, 2015


Filed under People, Student News, Top Stories

“Find the most interesting part of your story and exploit it. It makes stories so much better. What I have to do is like being put into a box. I’m not writing for myself” Photojournalism, Airman Chip Slack gave these words of advice via Facetime to students in Ms. Wrambel’s creative writing cl...

Your Source For All Things Padua
Student News