Notre Dame Prep ‘Imagines’ Bright Future for Students

Fundraiser supports school improvements, scholarships and student programs

More than 660 people filled the banquet hall at the Scottsdale Fairmont Princess Resort on May 5 for the Notre Dame Preparatory Imagine Auction and Fashion Show. The event raised money for school improvements, scholarships and enhancements to Notre Dame Prep’s STEM, arts, clubs and athletic programs.

Parents and the school’s administration use this event to celebrate the accomplishments of the senior class. The 2018 graduating class included four National Merit Finalists, one National Merit Scholar and three National Hispanic Scholars, and won two state championships (boys lacrosse and cheer). The class also performed 35,822 Christian Service hours locally and abroad over their four years of high school.

The senior class provided the entertainment with a spring fashion show and several promotional videos written, acted and produced by members of the NDP Live! Club.

Auctioneer Letitia Frye emceed the evening and helped the school reach its fundraising goals. Dillard’s at Scottsdale Fashion Square provided the fashions worn by the seniors.

PHOTOS COURTESY NOTRE DAME PREPARATORY

Seniors Amenda Huynh, Jack Liebes, Alex Nyberg and Hannah Osland model spring fashions from Dillard’s at Scottsdale Fashion Square

Notre Dame Prep principal Jill Platt welcomes guests and supporters; Russ and Lori Scarmella donated a beautiful statue of Mary that will serve as the centerpiece for the new reflection garden to be built at Notre Dame Prep

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