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1 2015 COMMENCEMENT NOTRE DAME PREPARATORY W E S T W O R L D O F S C O T T S D A L E

2 PROCESSIONAL WELCOME NATIONAL ANTHEM OPENING PRAYER PERSONAL REMARKS SENIOR SAINTS AWARDS VALEDICTORY ADDRESS ACADEMIC AWARDS VALEDICTORY ADDRESS PATRON SAINT AWARDS PRINCIPAL S REMARKS MATER DEI AWARDS CONFERRAL OF DIPLOMAS BENEDICTION RECESSIONAL Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1, Sir Edward Elgar Jerome Zander, Assistant Principal for Academic Affairs Star Spangled Banner, Francis Scott Key Abby Lynn McCann, SGA Religious Coordinator MaryBeth Mueller, Executive Director, Division of Education and Evangelization Jerome Zander Nicholas Constantin Babu, Co-Valedictorian Tanya Bartlett, Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction Kelsey Walker Yurek, Co-Valedictorian James M. Gmelich, Principal and Jerome Zander James M. Gmelich James M. Gmelich MaryBeth Mueller, James M. Gmelich and Bruce Hermie, Dean of Students Fr. Phil Evanstock, C.S.Sp. Pomp and Circumstance March No. 4, Sir Edward Elgar 1

3 SENIOR CLASS 2015 Cody Lee Aber Eric Alexander Balser Scottsdale Community College Brando Brembilla Undecided Hayley Ray Acord Columbia College Chicago Drama Club Vice President Scott Andrew Bankofier Alexa Victoria Bruni Lake Forest College Honors Graduate Alexis Gabrielle Anthis Matthew Ryan Benter Luke Everett Carstens Bowdoin College NHS Secretary Cole Andrew Babbitt Swim Team Captain Nicholas Constantin Babu Temple University NHS, Executive Secretary National Merit Commended Scholar Valedictorian Kylie Rae Bafus University of San Diego Tennis Team Captain Kylie Brown Best Bowdoin College, NHS, President Lacrosse Team Captain National Merit Commended Scholar Davis Matthew Bocks Robert Thomas Brandt Alexander David Chapman Basketball Team Captain Mitchell Anthony Cordovana Northern Arizona University Riley Patricia Corona The College of William and Mary 2

4 SENIOR CLASS 2015 John William Cranston Drew Christopher Dawson Nicholas DesMarais Washington University in St. Louis Chess Team Captain NHS Executive Board Meagan Caroline Larsen Creamer Samantha Paige Day Boston University Hope Kids Committee Jacqueline Kay DeValeria Texas Christian University SGA Executive Board Daniela Cuellar at Nicholas Jose de la Vara Gil Alberto Diaz Baylor University Joseph Cunningham Texas Christian University Darby Elyse Deak Grant William Dietz Alan Joseph Daly Francesca Louise DeCastell College of the Holy Cross Peer Minister Alyssa DiTroia John F. Daniels, IV Anastasia Maria Deffigos Hope Kids Committee Sean Wrangell Doche Gonzaga University Soccer Team Captain 3

5 SENIOR CLASS 2015 Ryan Dean Douglas Creighton University Volleyball Team Captain Keegan Corley Franklin Honors College Margaret E. Gienko University of San Diego Cayla Marie Douglass Benedictine University Lauren Frantz Hope Kids Committee Margaret Girardin Seattle University Cheer Team Captain Literary Magazine Editor Celia L. Dubauskas Boston University Senior Class President Literary Magazine Secretary Olivia Rose Fratantoni Aaron Matthew Gittings Sofia C. Esteves Loyola Marymount University NHS, Executive Board NDP Tutoring Program Chair Jacob Patrick Gallagher University of Mary Football Team Captain Taylor Glovsky at Shawn Patrick Finnerty Florida State University Grant Lee Gasser Baylor University Boys Team Charity President Alexander John Gorzelany University of La Verne Daniel Francis Lacrosse Team Captain Leith K. Ghani Senior Class President NHS Officer Skylar Addison Goss Chapman University Honors Graduate SGA Executive Board NHS Officer 4

6 SENIOR CLASS 2015 Alea Michelle Gregg Hayley Anne Hoffman Baylor University Big Saints/Little Saints Board Hope Kids Committee Candace Johnson University of Kansas Richard R. Guerra Caroline Erin Hogan Chapman University Mollie Kathryn Johnson SGA Executive Board Catherine C. Haugland Northern Arizona University NHS Officer Scott Daniel Iobst NDP Robotics Team Lead Engineer Anne Elizabeth Kaiser Honors Graduate Ricardo Andres Hernandez Northern Arizona University Ross Frederick Ittel Dog Pound Leader Tara Anne Karanik Santa Clara University NHS President Sydnee Avery Hertle at Hope Kids Committee NHS Executive Board Joseph Hildenbrandt Ranine Jaber at NHS Executive Board Eugene James Marcotte IV Jackson Tennis Team Captain Allyssa Lauren Kaschl Adam G. Katafiasz Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Honors Graduate NDP Robotics Team President 5

7 SENIOR CLASS 2015 Arun Rajeev Kathuria, Honors College James Frederick Kerr University of Michigan NHS Officer Briana Latter University of Southern California Hannah Lei Leibmann Texas Christian University NHS Executive Board Hope Kids Chair Allison Marie Maguire NHS Executive Board Big Saints/Little Saints Committee Hope Kids Committee Michelle Riley Mahoney Soccer Team Captain Bradley Edward Knowlton at Eric Franzen LeVally Pacific University Blood Drive, Co-President Alexander L. Manov Troy Thomas Kramer Pepperdine University NHS President Skyler Madison Leyva Joseph James Marr Carly Jane Lambertus Fordham University NHS Officer Krystin Theresa Lindemoen Baylor University Honors Graduate Blood Drive, Co-President Nicholas Lewis Mastro Soccer Team Captain Sabrina Naseem Lasater Texas Christian University Austen Long Beloit College Jessica Taylor Mateo 6

8 SENIOR CLASS 2015 Hannah Marie Mattson at Honors Graduate SGA Executive Board Samantha Nicole Metli Creighton University Honors Graduate Creighton Burke Morfitt University of San Diego,, Football Team Captain National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete Award Dylan Robert James McCabe NHS Officer Natalie Marie Miller Long Island University, Post Shannon Munn University of Portland Abby Lynn McCann Loyola University, Chicago SGA Executive Board Swim Team Captain Alexander Joseph Minniti Grayson Beaux Naquin United States Military Academy Soccer Team Captain s Peer Minister Kyle Ryan McCune Creighton University Charles Andrew Miscio Hockey Team Captain Robert Daniel Nisser, III Megan Lee McFarland Chandler Patrick Moore University of Louisiana at Lafayette Stephanie Tate Nyberg University of Southern California Pom Team Captain Camille Nicole Medeiros at SGA Executive Board Morgan Brittany Morano at Soccer Team Captain Liam Timothy O Donoghue Marquette University 7

9 SENIOR CLASS 2015 Bailey Nicole Ostertag Colorado State University Christian Matthew Poweleit at Amanda Jade Rief Honors Graduate Yearbook Editor Kayley Sue Palmer Creighton University Kevin James Prenzno Northern Arizona University Michael Andrew Roarke Unversity of Arizona Raveer Pandya at Ridge Anthony Ralston at Veronica Claire Robbins Villanova University NHS Officer Hope Kids Chairperson Elliott Kemmy Parker University of San Diego Honors Graduate Swim & Dive Team Captain Ashley Arden Ray Savannah College of Art and Design Jacqueline Kimberley Robles Ciara Rose Petronzio The University of Alabama Golf Team Co-captain John Charles Reardon University of Alabama Shauna Kaitlyn Rocha NHS Executive Board Peer Minister Emily Ann Phillips at, s, Executive Board Hope Kids Committee, NHS Officer Basketball Team Captain National Merit Commended Scholar Anna Belle Reilly Wagner College Lacrosse Team Captain 8 Matthew David Rosellini NDP Robotics Team Vice President

10 SENIOR CLASS 2015 Madeline Catherine Russell University of California, Los Angeles Michael Moran Schimanski Gennaro Silvestro Mitchell Pomeroy Russell Southern Methodist University Christopher John Scott University of Mary KAIROS Rector Cameron Elizabeth Sims Habib Emmanuel Sabbagh University of California, San Diego SGA Executive Board William Stephen Seamans Gonzaga University Samantha Maris Singer Southern Methodist University Drake Joseph Sadosky Beloit College Meredith Hannah Shuhandler Northern Arizona University Cole Powell Skelpsa Brandt Michael Sapp Anthony Paul Siller The Catholic University of America Brenden Anthony Smith at Jack Richard Savage Regis University Olivia Ventura Silva at Yearbook Editor National Hispanic Recognition Scholar Jenna Katherine Snittjer at Swim Team Captain 9

11 SENIOR CLASS 2015 Nicole Sodhi Victoria Leigh Svorinic Maxwell Randolph Taylor SGA Student Body President Robert Blake Steckner Ryan Jay Swanger Southern Methodist University Hockey Team Captain Lacrosse Team Captain Emily McKinley Temple Azusa Pacific University HopeKids Committee Dana Robert Steinwall Cornell University Yearbook Editor Isabella Anne Sydenham Daniel Carlos Teran Bucknell University Soccer Team Captain Peer Minister Colleen Ann Sullivan Julia Ann Taffuri University of Massachusetts, Amherst Soccer Team Captain Bianca Jade Torres Seattle University Madeline Faith Summers Spencer Tawes Olivia Leigh Twiford Loyola Marymount University Honors Graduate SGA Executive Board Shane Michael Susic Northern Arizona University Football Team Captain Brandon Nicholas Taylor SGA Executive Board John Patrick Valley 10

12 SENIOR CLASS 2015 Andres Paul Vehr Jacob John Williams Nicholas Marion Violi Edmund Winston Wong Creighton University NHS, Co-Coordinator of Tutoring Peer Minister National Merit Commended Scholar Alyssa Marie Wagner Ryan Christopher Wood Elizabeth Marie Walker Bobbi Nikole Whisler Creighton University Kelsey Walker Yurek Georgetown University The Seraphim & Perspective Editor Lacrosse Team Captain Executive Board Valedictorian Samuel Charles Zillwood Brendan Christopher White University of Michigan Hockey Team Captain Football Team Captain Zachary John Zucchini Peer Minister *, & are based on cumulative GPA 11

13 COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES CLASS OF 2015 ACCEPTANCES Arcadia University Auburn University Azusa Pacific University at Baylor University Beloit College Benedictine College Boston College Boston University Bowdoin College Bucknell University California Lutheran University California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Chapman University Clemson University College of Charleston College of the Holy Cross College of William and Mary Colorado School of Mines Colorado State University Columbia College Chicago Concordia College Connecticut College Cornell University Creighton University DePaul University DePauw University Drexel University Elon University Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Emory University Fairfield University Florida State University Fordham University Fort Lewis College Franciscan University of Steubenville Franklin and Marshall College Georgetown University Gonzaga University Grand Canyon University Grinnell College Gustavus Adolphus College Hampshire College High Point University Hofstra University Hope College Indiana University at Bloomington Iowa State University Lake Forest College Lehigh University Long Island University, Post Louisiana State University Loyola Marymount University Loyola University Chicago Loyola University New Orleans Marquette University Menlo College Mercer University Miami University Montana State University, Bozeman Muhlenberg College Northeastern University Northern Arizona University Norwich University Oak Hills Christian College Occidental College Ohio University Oregon State University Pepperdine University Purdue University Quinnipiac University Regis University Rockhurst University Saint Joseph s University Saint Louis University Samford University San Diego State University San Jose State University Santa Clara University Santa Fe University of Art and Design Sarah Lawrence College Savannah College of Art and Design Scottsdale Community College Seattle University Sewanee: The University of the South Simpson College Southern Methodist University St. Edward s University St. Olaf College Syracuse University Temple University Texas A&M University Texas Christian University The Art Institute of Phoenix The Catholic University of America The College of Wooster 12 The Ohio State University The University of Alabama The University of Georgia The University of Iowa Tufts University Tulane University United States Military Academy University of California, Davis University of California, Irvine University of California, Los Angeles University of California, San Diego University of Central Florida University of Cincinnati University of Colorado at Boulder University of Colorado at Denver University of Connecticut University of Dallas University of Denver University of Florida University of Kansas University of La Verne University of Louisiana University of Mary University of Massachusetts, Amherst University of Mississippi University of North Carolina at Wilmington University of Northern Colorado University of Pittsburgh University of Portland University of Puget Sound University of San Diego University of San Francisco University of Southern California University of St. Mary University of the Pacific University of Washington Villanova University Virginia Commonwealth University Wagner College Washington State University Washington University in St. Louis Wesleyan University Western Washington University Xavier University

14 PATRON SAINT AWARDS ST. KATHERINE DREXEL AWARD FOR LEADERSHIP - BRENDAN CHRISTOPHER WHITE Citation written by Mary Lou Lachvayder When I was asked to present this award, I was not surprised at all by the outstanding leader who would be receiving it. This young person exemplifies all that the St. Katherine Drexel Award for Leadership is intended to honor. St. Katherine Drexel was a woman born with many gifts, talents and privileges. Despite those gifts, she chose to live with humility, grace and the heart of service that is shared by the person who receives this award today, Brendan Christopher White. Brendan lives his life committed to being a person of quality who brings joy to those around him, finding humor in most situations, with a constantly infectious grin on his face. This is a reflection of his positive outlook and attitude. Because of Brendan s grace, humility, faith and humor, others instinctively want to follow him. He always says yes to whatever job needs to be done. I have seen so many times that people step up their expectations for themselves because of Brendan s example. People want to understand what motivates him and to discover how they can have the joy, success and grace that he has. He s one of the most detail-oriented leaders I have ever seen. He consistently makes sure that every single thing is taken care of to give people the best possible experience they can possibly have in any area that he s responsible for. He worries because he is concerned. He cares so deeply about doing things right. One of his true gifts is motivating others, enabling and empowering others to grow in leadership and to learn more about how to live lives of faith, joy and love. He has no problem, no hesitation, standing up for the difficult right instead of falling for the easy wrong. That is a true leader. He is not only a leader here at school but also one outside of school. His younger brother sees him so much as a role model that he proudly dressed as him this last Halloween. When he was rector for Kairos this year, he stopped in every day to be sure he was fulfilling every possible responsibility--and with complete humility he checked as often with past rectors. So I will simply close by saying that with his graduation, we have the loss of one of the most gifted, special, joyful, faith-filled leaders I have ever had the privilege to know and love, but our loss is the world s gain as I am certain that he will be as influential in every aspect of his life. It is with great pride that I present the St. Katherine Drexel Award for Leadership to a person dedicated to being a leader, a role model and an example on the field, in the classroom, in faith and on the ice: Brendan White. ST. AUGUSTINE AWARD FOR PROMISE AND GROWTH - ABBY LYNN MCCANN Citation written by Beverly Fraser at the Awards Assembly It is my honor to present the 2015 St. Augustine Award for Promise and Growth to Abby Lynn McCann. This years recipient has shown tremendous growth over the past four years. As a freshman, we saw a quiet, hardworking student who was dedicated to SGA by giving time and energy on a regular basis. I was privileged to get to know Abby last year when we both attended Kairos 4. Her positive, kind way of approaching all tasks was obvious from the start. But then this once quiet young lady made her senior year memorable by taking risks and growing into a strong and competent woman who is able to lead and have others follow. She has stepped out and assumed several leadership positions during her senior year. She began this year on the SGA executive board as co-religious coordinator. You hear here quiet voice several times a week as she leads us in morning prayer with prayers she writes herself. She spends time preparing and praying the Spirit will give her the words to make our day better and to strengthen each of us as we face the challenges that lie ahead. Who would have expected that this quiet, shy freshman would be praying over the PA system? She has been a member of the NDP swim team and is this year s captain. A captain must exhibit integrity as well as determination while encouraging and guiding the team members. This requires confidence in herself and the ability to encourage each team member to always strive to excel. She does this with grace and ensures that each team member s dignity is honored. She stepped out of her comfort zone by becoming the first female rector of Kairos here at NDP, a milestone that will always be hers. To be an effective rector requires hours of time, patience, commitment. It requires leading a team and a retreat in a way that serves all, and it requires a strong sense of self and a confidence that demonstrates why this year s St. Augustine Award for Promise and Growth is presented to Abby McCann. 13

15 PATRON SAINT AWARDS ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI AWARD FOR DISCIPLESHIP - OLIVIA LEIGH TWIFORD Citation written by Dr. Adam Thome In 2009 and 2012, I was blessed with the opportunity to visit the Umbria region of Italy and saw the towns of Assisi and Spoleto. Besides the spiritual exaltation of seeing and stepping on the same steps as Francis while in Assisi, in Spoleto, I walked in the sacred forest, felt his presence and saw a small unassuming cave where Francis would meditate for hours, days and weeks at a time, where monks would often bring him food. This year s recipient of the St. Francis of Assisi Award has inspired me with the same Franciscan humility, selflessness and gentleness of voice that calms the inner stirrings of any mind so blessed to be engaged in conversation with her. She has led, like St. Francis, by gnostic example, unwavering compassion and a gentle kindness as comforting as the voice that speaks it. Francis left us with the charge of preaching the gospel at all times--and only when necessary using words. This year s recipient does exactly this by her very being. There is great joy in knowing coming days will have such a selfless, yet glowing beacon of light. May we all be blinded by the perpetually glowing light of Olivia Twiford. ST. THOMAS AQUINAS AWARD FOR SCHOLARSHIP - MORGAN BRITTANY MORANO Citation written by Maribelle Salazar This year s recipient of the St. Thomas Aquinas Award for Scholarship, Morgan Morano, truly embodies the spirit of St. Thomas Aquinas and the model student he himself was from a very early age. My interpretation of a model student is quite simple. In summary, it is one who is respectful of their instructor, classmates and school rules, tries their best, and applies themselves in everything they attempt. They would rather notice than be noticed, want to help when they see another student struggling, and ask for help when they are struggling. I would say a model student is any student who cares wholeheartedly and does the best they can in each and every way. This student is one of the hardest working students I have ever met. She has natural discipline, leads by example, and this, in turn, motivates others around her to also be successful. She is a model student because she takes advantage of all of the opportunities afforded to her, and she truly values the education she has received. A teammate describes her as a very genuine, hard working and positive friend. One of my favorite memories of this year was watching her and her teammates receive their championship soccer trophy and then celebrating it with everyone who had come out to support them a very proud NDP moment for sure. Lastly, this student is fully engaged in life, achieves her personal best every single day and in every way possible. I feel honored to have met her, and I m grateful to honor her today with this outstanding award because no one has earned it more than Morgan Morano. 14

16 PATRON SAINT AWARDS BLESSED MOTHER THERESA AWARD FOR SERVICE/JUSTICE - ANNE ELIZABETH KAISER Citation written by Tracey Heisler The Blessed Mother Teresa Service Award is given to a student who demonstrates selfless love and compassion for others by serving the needs of the poor and the poor in spirit. Mother Teresa inspires us all to find a way to translate our spiritual beliefs into action in the world. In her book A Simple Path, she says, The greatest disease in the West today is not TB or leprosy; it is being unwanted, unloved, and uncared for. We can cure physical diseases with medicine, but the only cure for loneliness, despair, and hopelessness is love. There are many in the world who are dying for a piece of bread, but there are many more dying for a little love. The poverty in the West is a different kind of poverty -- it is not only a poverty of loneliness but also of spirituality. There s a hunger for love, as there is a hunger for God. This year s recipient has demonstrated a commitment to feeding the physical and spiritual hunger in our world by serving with love and compassion in her school, her church and her local community. She has gone well above and well beyond our school s service requirements by serving in two local churches, as a school ambassador, and has volunteered her time and talents at Frosh Night Out and Hope Kids Day all four years, American Cancer Society, American Red Cross, Heritage for Blind, Phoenix Rescue Mission, Special Olympics, St. Mary s Food Bank, Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos and the list goes on. I count myself lucky to have gotten to know this young lady quite well over the past three year. She works hard; she overlooks the flaws in others, and she refuses to give up under pressure. As a Kairos leader, she models the kind of faith, compassion and maturity that is altogether uncommon among teenagers. She is rarely without a smile; she befriends everyone, and I have never heard a word of negativity come out of her mouth. I am confident that long after she leaves Notre Dame Prep, Christ s love will continue to shine through her to everyone she meets. 15

17 VALEDICTORY CITATATION NICHOLAS CONSTANTIN BABU Citation written by David Lamb I had the pleasure of teaching your first co-valedictorian as a sophomore in AP World History. Like his classmates, he was quite nervous to begin. I will always remember the shock effect that came with the first test, as students received the lowest grades they had ever received on a test: C s, D s and even F s. While some students would panic at this point, others realized they had to step up their game. It soon became obvious that few students push themselves to excel academically the way your co-valedictorian does. What was special, though, was his desire not to just do well on tests, but to actually understand and learn from the material that we studied. There were times, however, when his intensity did worry me. As tests approached, his ability to understand humor, and to separate sarcasm from actual instruction, faded. He had entered his Test Zone, and he was not coming out until the test was done. Of course, he did quite well. He had the respect and admiration of his classmates, and they would seek his help as they completed their studies. This pursuit of academic excellence has continued, which is why he is here today. In addition to academics, this young man has contributed to the athletic life of NDP by playing on the soccer team. He is not the sort of person to be driven by his ego; he would never see himself as greater than his teammates or his team. Rather, his dedication to excellence would show through, as well as his commitment to his team. As teachers, we want to know that the people in front of us have taken responsibility for their own actions; this young man does. As teachers we want to know the people sitting in front of us are engaged: that they are as committed to their learning as we are to teaching them. This young man is. As teachers, we want to know that our graduates are ready to take on the world even if the world is not yet ready to take on them. Once again, this young man is. Ladies and gentlemen, please help me welcome your first co-valedictorian, Nicholas Constantin Babu. 16

18 VALEDICTORY CITATATION KELSEY WALKER YUREK Citation written by Elizabeth Roper Kelsey Yurek is the type of young woman who dots the i s and crosses the t s she is attentive to detail, well-versed, and thorough in all she does, and has the tact and grace to advise others to do so, as well. Kelsey has the amazing ability to not only strive for the best for herself but also for others. She does this as a student: responsible with her own work and seeking a full understanding of the material, while also collaborating with her peers and assisting them. Kelsey also teaches faith formation classes at her parish of St. Bernard of Clairvaux, and she has been improving educational efforts in our community with the Phoenix Humane Society. Kelsey strives for her best and those around her as a teammate also; she has been a four-year member of her high school lacrosse teams, beginning at Weddington High School in North Carolina and the past three years here at NDP. The same focus and intensity Kelsey brings to the classroom she also brings to the field. (She was named an Academic All-American for Girls Lacrosse.) My first encounter of Kelsey at the athletic field was one day when the soccer teams were completing practice and girls lacrosse were beginning captain s pre-season workouts. Kelsey was with a small group of players on the side of the field, stretching and limbering up, and although only a pre-season captains session, and simply stretching on the sideline, she had her game face on, with a focus and intensity that made me hesitant to greet her. But once I did say hello, Kelsey s cheerful, exuberant smile greeted me. Kelsey s willingness to contribute to the NDP community is evident in her service in National Honors Society, s, and as editor of our school newspaper The Seraphim and co-editor of the literary magazine Perspective. Earlier this year, Kelsey attended a literary magazine and publications conference, and I happened to run into her when she returned to campus. It was well after school, and yet, Kelsey was brimming with enthusiasm and excitement, sharing the ideas and concepts shared. She was showing me pages of different literary magazines from various schools, explaining online versions, telling me how different schools gather contributions and the various ideas shared in the workshop. It is evident Kelsey has a passion to find a way to make things better, to improve and contribute, and it is not for her own benefit; it is for the benefit for others and for her contributions to be shared with others. Kelsey has contributed to others beyond the NDP community by improving the quality of life for patients with Alzheimer s as well as coordinating efforts to support US troops overseas. In a few short months, Kelsey will relocate to our nation s capital when she enrolls at Georgetown University. I am confident she will represent her family, her community and Notre Dame Preparatory with a degree of excellence and compassion for others throughout her career in Washington and beyond. Congratulations, Kelsey. 17

19 MATER DEI AWARDS MATER DEI AWARD - EDMUND WINSTON WONG Citation written by Mary Margaret Reuben Edmond Wong is a role model in the classroom, always on point and committed to his learning. He has been a peer minister and a Kairos leader, gently guiding others on their paths towards God. He is a one-of-a-kind student, leader and peer. As a Kairos leader, he was continually supportive of the effects and struggles of other members of the team and the candidates. He is so quiet in his approach to helping others that sometimes people do not notice, except those for whom he is making a difference. He is a listener, never missing anything that is said or unsaid, and then in his humble and profound way this man of few words says some of the most profound things, exactly what you need to hear. He is so much more that the brilliant student that we all see; he has a gigantic heart, full of faith, compassion, empathy and love. He embodies determination and hard work, dedication and service. On Kairos, he was a gift to those who were intimidated to approach some of the more extroverted team members. Many of the candidates found him to be so approachable and a man they could depend on. His sense of humor is so much fun because it always surprises you. He is a truly good man and, despite his insistence, has often been the key to others finding the answers they are looking for. I consider it an honor and a privilege to have known this young man and to present this award to Edmund Wong. MATER DEI AWARD - EMILY ANN PHILLIPS Citation written by Christopher Johnson On the surface, this recipient of the 2015 Mater Dei Award is everything you would expect of one who is presented with this prestigious honor. She is an exemplary student who chooses challenging classes and is dedicated to not only academic excellence in the form of her GPA, but also to learning and making connections in and outside of the classroom. She competes as a three-sport athlete, where she was a standout player and team captain. She is a lead ambassador who is responsible for the training of others. She is a peer minister who is committed to her own spiritual life as will as the formation of others. She is the administration s go-to person when a student is needed to be the face of Notre Dame Prep. But what truly sets this individual apart is her genuine humility. To define the Christian virtue of humility, I would like to paraphrase a quote from Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis: A truly humble man will not be a sort of person, who is always telling you that, of course, he is nobody He will not be thinking about humility: he will not be thinking about himself at all. I am honored present the Mater Dei Award to exactly that sort of humble and selfless person. Congratulations to Emily Phillips! 18

20 EXPECTED SCHOOLWIDE LEARNING RESULTS Notre Dame Preparatory s motto, Confirmans Mentes Corpora et Animas, Strengthening Minds, Bodies and Souls, embodies our mission s goal to educate the whole student. Successfully completing NDP s rigorous course of study is but one requirement necessary for a student to receive a diploma. Prior to graduating, each student must demonstrate, through a formal interview before members of the teaching faculty and administration, a clear understanding of our school s Expected Schoolwide Learning Results or ESLR. Rooted in NDP s formation pillars, Reverence, Respect, and Responsibility, a student s ESLR interview provides each student an opportunity to demonstrate not only understanding of the ESLRs, but also how each student has lived them out during the course of his or her career at NDP. A score of Exemplary, the highest level of ESLR achievement, is earned by individuals who have consistently demonstrated outstanding levels of achievement through service, leadership, character and involvement. THE STUDENTS LISTED BELOW ACHIEVED AN ESLR INTERVIEW SCORE OF EXEMPLARY: Nicholas Constantin Babu Davis Matthew Bocks Alexa Victoria Bruni Riley Patricia Corona Joseph Moore Cunningham Alan Joseph Daly Francesca Louise DeCastell Anatasia Maria Deffigos Jacqueline Kay DeValeria Celia Louise Dubauskas Lauren Michael Frantz Jacob Patrick Gallagher Margaret Anna Girardin Skylar Addison Goss Catherine Claire Haugland Sydnee Avery Hertle Hayley Anne Hoffman Anne Elizabeth Kaiser Tara Anne Karanik James Frederick Kerr Troy Thomas Kramer Carly Jane Lambertus Sabrina Naseem Lasater Briana Nicole Latter Hannah Marie Mattson Abby Lynn McCann Morgan Brittany Morano Creighton Burke Morfitt Bailey Nicole Ostertag Kayley Sue Palmer Ciara Rose Petronzio Veronica Claire Robbins Jacqueline Kimberley Robles Shauna Kaitlyn Rocha Habib Emmanuel Sabbagh Anthony Paul Siller Samantha Maris Singer Jenna Katherine Snittjer Isabella Anne Sydenham Brandon Nicholas Taylor Maxwell Randolph Taylor Daniel Carlos Teran Olivia Leigh Twiford Andres Paul Vehr Elizabeth Marie Walker Brendan Christopher White Edmund Winston Wong Ryan Christopher Wood Kelsey Walker Yurek 19

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