Two students were recognized recently for their hard work and commitment to the Academy of Notre Dame (NDA).
Charli Rei Aldana-Proulx of Brookline, NH, was named Student of the Month for September because of her service and devotion to the Academy’s missions. Aldana-Proulx is an exemplary student that leads through her kindness, compassion and service to others.
This year’s Mission Day was an amazing success, due to Aldana-Proulx’s tireless work of planning for the event, which began last year when she was selected as co-president of mission for the 1804 Society. Aldana-Proulx’s coordination efforts, organizational abilities and collaborative nature were positively demonstrated throughout the event.
The Distinguished Senior for the month of September was Victoria Bradley of Dracut. Bradley is a cheerful, level-headed student, dedicated to making NDA a better place and an active member of the school community.
Bradley is a four-year member of 1804 Society, the school’s newspaper, Damie’s Digest and Student Council, where she has moved into leadership roles within each organization. She has also been active in National and Spanish Honor Societies and Destination Imagination. On the field, Bradley is a team player that leads the way in sportsmanship.