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Archive for Month “October 2017”

NJHS Chapter Elects New Officers

NJHS officers for 2017-2018 include Kari Johnson '23, Lex Landreneau '22 & Patrick Murphy '22 The Dunham chapter of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) recently elected new officers for the 2017-2018 school year. New officers include Lex Landreneau ‘22, president; Patrick Murphy ‘22, vice-president and Kari Johnson ’23, secretary.  [...]

Seniors Receive National Merit Recognition

The Dunham School is pleased to announce that seniors Ana Luisa Rodriguez and Anna Claire Saffell have been named  National Merit Commended students by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation in recognition of their outstanding academic promise.  Ana Luisa, daughter of Dr. Ricardo and Tess Rodriguez, has been a student at [...]

Middle School Mathletes Make It Count

The Dunham Middle School Mathletes made every answer count, winning top awards in every category at the Junior High Math Tournament held Saturday, October 7 at Comeaux High School in Lafayette. “It was great watching the support and encouragement the students gave to each other,” said Sheri Goings, Dunham [...]

Dunham Fine Arts Presents Lion King Jr.

Join Simba, Pumbaa, Timon and all their friends from the Pridelands for an afternoon of  "Hakuna Matata" when The Dunham School presents The Lion King Jr. on Sunday, November 12 at the Brown-Holt Chapel Arts Center on the Dunham campus.  This 60 minute musical adaptation of the Disney film, The [...]

Lady Tigers Win 2017 Sportsmanship Award

The Dunham School is proud to announce that our Lady Tigers volleyball team has received the 2017 LHSAA Division V Sportsmanship Award from the Capital City Board of Volleyball Officials (CCBVO). The Lady Tigers, along with Head Coach Donna Pixley, Assistant Coach Nicole Callac, and Assistant Coach Brent Shelton, will be [...]

Proud to Be Dunham's Queen

Queen Maci Jackson '18, 2017 Homecoming Queen and her court (Photo by SteveJohnson) As a junior last year, Maci Jackson ’18 walked across the Dunham football field on her father’s arm without a hint of nerves, then stood smiling and calmly awaiting the announcement of the 2016 Homecoming Queen. This [...]

Dunham One Step Closer to District 7-2A Title

Should The Dunham School follow through in two weeks with only the school’s second district championship — and first in 24 years — the Tigers will look back favorably on Friday’s 17-14 District 7-2A victory over Northeast. The Tigers (7-1, 4-0) set up a potential winner-take-all contest at home against [...]

Open Houses Showcase All That Dunham Offers

The Dunham School is hosting two October Open House events, designed to allow parents to see the campus, meet and visit with school administrators and, most importantly, see faculty and students at work in the classroom.  “We don’t want to tell prospective parents about The Dunham School. We want [...]

Ana Rodriguez ‘18 Named National Hispanic Scholar

The Dunham School is pleased to announce that senior Ana Rodriguez has been named  a National Hispanic Scholar by the College Board.  “I feel honored to be named a National Hispanic Scholar and am thankful for the opportunities that might result from this honor,” Ana said. “I’m also tremendously grateful [...]

Dunham Men's Club to Host Steak Night

The Dunham Men's Club will host Steak Night at 6:30 pm on Thursday, November 9, at the University Club Grill, 15333 Memorial Tower Drive.  All men in the Dunham community are invited to come enjoy food and fellowship. The cost for Men’s Club Members is $35; cost for non-members is $50.  [...]

Lady Tigers Head Into Playoffs As District Co-Champs

Congratulations to our Lady Tigers volleyball team on last night’s 26-24, 23-25, 25-18, 25-15 win over Episcopal. The Lady Tigers, coached by Donna Pixley and assistant coaches Nicole Callac and Brent Shelton, now head into the November state playoffs as District V Co-Champions.    The Lady Tigers, recipients of the 2017 CCBVO [...]

Harshi Rachamallu '18 Receives Outstanding Volunteer Award

Congratulations to Harshi Rachamallu '18 who has been selected to receive one of the 2017 Outstanding High School Volunteer Student Awards, given by the Greater Baton Rouge StateFair. Harsh, nominated by the Upper School administration based on her volunteer activities in and out of school, will receive a $50 [...]

Caroline Latuso '22 Performs All State Honor Choir

 Eighth grader Caroline Latuso auditioned and was selected to participate in the Louisiana American Choral Directors Association's All State Honor Choir October 27-28, 2017. Along with several other talented vocalists from around the state, she had the opportunity to work with renowned choir clinician Christy Elsner from Kansas City [...]

7th Grader Hannah Grace Erikson Takes Second Overall in Student Art Show

Congratulations to 7th grader Hannah Grace Erikson, who placed second overall in the Middle School division of the annual Kiwanis Pancake Festival Student Art Contest and received an award of $100.00.  Hannah was not the only talented Tiger artist who gained recognition for their work in the student art show [...]
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