Summer is Here, and that means we’re very busy! Instilling character and developing skills, summer camps like Camp Sea Gull and Camp Weaver have been a part of our school program for years. While our faculty and staff prepare for the coming school year, many of our students are busy attending summer camps. While there, […]
Over 60 students started the 2017-2018 academic school year at Durham Nativity School this week. Faculty and staff, along with Mrs. Moylan and Board Chairman Jim Baker, welcomed new students for orientation on Monday. Tuesday brought returning students while our new fifth graders jumped into classes on Tuesday. “It’s a great day! The kids are […]
A small group of 7th and 8th grades had the unique opportunity to witness the 2017 Solar Eclipse. Aboard the new Durham Nativity School activity bus, the group traveled to Newberry County in South Carolina to witness the event.
Rising 5th and 6th grade students participated in a two-week long camp which focused on developing literacy skills by reading high-interest material and writing short stories and biographies about musicians, athletes, and politicians. Of course, there was plenty of time for basketball, scrabble, and word games. Students look forward to returning to Durham Nativity School […]
Eight students and two teachers from the Durham Nativity School recently returned from a trip to Uganda with a group of neurosurgeons. The trip was the brainchild of Michael Haglund, professor of neurosurgery, neurobiology and global health at Duke University and program training director of the Duke Neurosurgery Program. Starting in August, Haglund met with […]