“NDA is a very supportive, judgement-free environment. Everyone there is unique with different areas of interests, but we were all supportive of one another. This contributed to a sense of confidence that was instilled in all of us and empowered us to get involved and take risks. The students there aren't fake, they’re friendly & happy to be there.”
Where she is now: As a senior, Kathryn took four AP courses and graduated with GPA of 4.2. She was the 2017 recipient of Clarkson University High School Achievement Award.
Kathryn’s future: Kathryn is a student at WPI studying chemical engineering. She hopes to participate in an accelerated program that will allow her to earn her BS in chemical engineering and an MBA within four years. She is considering pharmacy or research as a career.
Kathryn’s involvement at NDA: Kathryn was an AP scholar, marketing intern, member of the National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, and 1804 Society. She was an Extended Day Program assistant teacher and participated in the Catholic Heart Work Camp, Model UN and Campus Ministry.