Garden of Dreams: Aspiring nurse, cancer survivor receives scholarship

Natalie Kennedy is here for a reason. The Immaculate High senior and Ridgefield resident will attend Sacred Heart in the fall where she will study pediatric oncology in the school’s honors nursing program — a degree she knows will allow her to impact the lives of others. A survivor of acute lymphoblastic leukemia, Kennedy said she’s always wanted to be … read more

Sophia Pilla wins silver medal in national arts competition

Sophia Pilla, a senior from Immaculate High School, has received national recognition from The Scholastic Art and Writing awards competition.  Sophia, a Ridgefield resident, won the Silver Award for her graphic design piece “Detroit” in the design category, after winning the Gold Key Award in the State Scholastic Arts competition.  Her work was selected by some of the foremost leaders in the … read more

Six Ridgefield students inducted into National Honor Society

Immaculate High School announced that 54 students have been inducted into the St. Thomas Aquinas Chapter of the National Honor Society, an affiliated chartered chapter of the National Honor Society. Among those 54 students are six Ridgefield residents: Brian Douglas, Qianer “Kris” Lu, Lauren Oskam, Brendan Taylor, Zhiwei “Catherine” Wang, Dan Wroblewski. “These students have demonstrated their ability to meet … read more

Immaculate High School inducts Ridgefield students into honor society

Immaculate High School recently inducted 52 students into the St. Thomas Aquinas Chapter of the National Honor Society, an affiliated chartered chapter of the National Honor Society, including Ridgefield residents Xinyue “Tracy” Cui, Natalie Kennedy, Elizabeth Lang, Kristin Lefebvre, Maura Murphy, Sophia Pilla and Keleigh Zuckert. “Students who are inducted have leadership roles in both school and community, inspire positive … read more

Ridgefielder leads Adopt-a-Platoon service project

Noah Schmidt, Ridgefield resident and junior at Immaculate High School, has spearheaded a project for our military deployed overseas. “I have always admired the brave service that our military does to keep us safe. It is both humbling and honorable,” Schmidt said. He reached out to the Adopt-a-Platoon organization and applied to be a part of the program. He reached … read more

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