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Andrea Brunhart Donalty Class of 1989

Alumnae Spotlight: Andrea Brunhart Donalty ’89

Alumnae Spotlight:  Andrea Brunhart Donalty, Class of 1989 A high school apprenticeship at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) sparked Capt. Andrea Donalty’s interest in a career in military medicine. “Working as a laboratory technician, assisting an Army psychiatrist, Army cardiologist, and a civilian exercise physiologist with their research projects was my introduction…

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Dr. Laetitia Angeline N'Dri, Class of 2007

Alumnae Spotlight: Dr. Laetitia Angeline N’Dri

Alumnae Spotlight: Dr. Laetitia Angeline N’Dri, Class of 2007 Improving public health, identifying unmet needs in vulnerable populations, and increasing access to healthcare has always been of interest to Laetitia N’Dri, Doctor of Pharmacy. Laetitia won first place along with a fellow classmate in “America’s Got Regulatory Science Talent” competition, hosted by the University of…

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Ogechi at mass

Ogechi Akalegbere 2021 Winner of CCHD’s Cardinal Bernardin New Leadership Award

Ogechi Akalegbere was honored as the 2021 Winner of CCHD’s Cardinal Bernardin New Leadership Award on November 16th during the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ fall general assembly in Baltimore. The award recognizes a young adult between ages 18 and 40 “who demonstrates leadership in fighting poverty and injustice in the U.S. through community-based solutions.”…

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Alumnae Spotlight: Sarah Siciliano Wragge ’00

Return to News Page Alumnae Spotlight: Sarah Siciliano Wragge, Class of 2000 Sarah Siciliano Wragge ’00 has turned a personal health crisis into a career. For many years, chronic digestive and health issues plagued her. In her late 20’s, Sarah met with an acupuncturist and holistic nutritionist, and it was a life-changing experience. By changing…

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Reni Moshos and Jake Ball named as Holy Child Varsity Swim Staff

Reni Moshos and Jake Ball Named as Holy Child’s Varsity Swim Staff Return to News Page We are pleased to announce our Varsity Swimming coaching staff for the 2021-2022 season. Joining us as Head Coach, is Reni Moshos. Moshos swam at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she specialized in the 200-yard…

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Olivia Michalewicz Named Holy Child’s Varsity Ice Hockey Coach

Return to News Page Olivia Michalewicz Named Holy Child’s Varsity Ice Hockey Coach Olivia Michalewicz grew up in Damascus, MD where she attended Damascus High School. Growing up, she played street hockey until she switched over to the ice and loved everything about the sport. Olivia has played for several teams up and down the…

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2021 Awards Recipients and Descriptions

Congratulations to all of our award recipients for the 2020-21 school year! See below for more information on the end of year awards. Goal Awards Goal awards have been created to recognize those students who, in their day to day interactions with their teachers and their peers, exemplify the ideals which Holy Child schools hold…

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Graduation 2021 Speaker Speech: Jeanne Shriver, Board of Trustees Chair

Return to News Page Graduation 2021 Speaker Speech By Mrs. Jeanne Shriver, Board of Trustees Chair Dr. Gomez, my fellow Trustees, members of the Class of 1971,  faculty, staff, friends and family, good morning and thank you for inviting me to participate in this Commencement Ceremony. I am very honored to be with you today.…

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Graduation 2021 Speech: Lola Hill, Senior Class President

Graduation 2021 Speech By Lola Hill ’21, Senior Class President Good Morning faculty and staff, families, friends, loved ones, Dr. Gomez, Mrs. Shriver, the Class of 1971, and the Class of 2021. It is with great honor that I welcome everyone here today both in-person and virtually to celebrate this monumental day for the graduating…

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2021 Grad Featured in Catholic Standard

Return to News Page 2021 Holy Child Graduate Featured in Catholic Standard “After attending a private elementary school, it was Macie Millard’s idea to move to a Catholic school for seventh grade. “I actually came to my parents and asked if I could go to an all-girls Catholic school,” she said. The resident of Kensington,…

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