What does it mean to be NDA Prepared? It means that by the time you graduate from the Academy you will have the skills, knowledge, and experiences you need to attract colleges and earn scholarships. It means that you will learn to be a leader and build character. It means that the Academy is for you!
The Academy is commited to preparing students to succeed in a rapidly growing global economy by integrating science, technology, engineering and math skill in every facet of learning.
The foundation of academic achievement is built with organizational, listening, study, and critical thinking skills. The Freshmen Success Program at the Academy helps students acquire, practice, and apply those skills achieve their highest level of success.
Whether driven by opportunities to compete or by personal achievement, the Lower School Athletic Program delivers quality instruction and motivation. More
Two Open Houses for high school girls and their families interested in learning about the Academy will be held on October 2nd and November 6th. Visitors will be welcomed by current students, parents, alumnae, faculty, coaches, and staff and will be invited to tour the building and learn what it means to be NDA Prepared.
Whether you have years of experience playing a sport or just want to try something new, the Athletics program at the Academy will ensure that you get to play. We offer more varsity level sports than other schools our size; many with a no-cut policy.
Open Houses set for Oct. 2nd & Nov. 6th, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Meet students; tour the school; check out athletics & clubs; play our SnapChat Scavenger Hunt. Save $50 when you apply!
The Lower School's Early Years program for pre-kindergarten and kindergarten children (ages 2.9 to 5 years) is still accepting enrollments for the 2016-17 academic year.
Still undecided about school for next year? Schedule a personal tour or shadow day today and discover what makes an Academy education so special and unique. It'll be an unforgettable day!
View the gallery to see images of our Lower and Upper School students (and some parents) on the first day of classes for the 2016-17 academic year! A new year brings so much excitement!