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The pandemic first became real to me when I had to cancel my spring break plans to visit my Great Aunt Sylvia and her daughter and son-in-law, Joanne and Greg, in the Bay Area. This was the beginning of March of 2020. Aunt Sylvia is the only surviving sibling of my grandmother who passed when I was in high school. It was important for […]
In May of 2001, Mrs. Richard R. (Myriam) Hallock presented West Nottingham Academy with an extensive collection of papers, medals, and other memorabilia from the military career of her recently deceased husband, Col. Richard R. Hallock, WNA class of 1937. Since that time, it has been my privilege not just to assemble and display these […]
The first time I visited West Nottingham Academy, I unpacked all my stuff and stayed there for three months. Before then, my entire knowledge of WNA was from Instagram posts and Niche reviews. Despite my unpreparedness—or maybe because of my unpreparedness—my time at WNA became, by far, the best stage of my life. My freshman […]
There are several things that I learned from my parents growing up in San Antonio, Texas. Two of those things were empowerment and service to one’s community. They empowered my siblings and me to take advantage of each and every educational opportunity out there to better ourselves. They demonstrated community service through placing the needs of our […]
Joseph T. Richards (1845-1933) As the oldest boarding school in the United States, West Nottingham Academy is truly a special place to learn and to grow as an individual. What establishes WNA as an institution of such historical relevance is the people. The people who have walked through the halls and the classrooms of the […]