at 1004 N Mangum St, Durham, 27701 United States
Durham Nativity School is a tuition-free private school for middle schools boys of financially challenged families. We offer small class environments with a maximum enrollment of 45 boys (15 per grade).
We aim to help break the cycle of poverty through a quality middle school education that will help empower each child to reach their full potential. Durham Nativity School serves middle school boys who come from financially challenged (low income) families. The students should be able to thrive in a structured, academically challenging environment focused on the development of leadership skills and community service. The school provides the boys with emotional, social, moral and intellectual support through small classes, an extended day and a year-round program. We consider our mission to be an eleven year process with our students. Our faculty and staff work to help our students become young men ready for the rigors of college preparatory high schools and, consequently colleges. Our Board of Directors has also adopted a high school tuition assistance program that will allow us to continue supporting our graduates that attend a college preparatory high school that does not offer a full scholarship. This funding will ultimately become an endowment fund that will subsidize their high school education when needed. In addition, the DNS Volunteer/Graduate Support Coordinator will continue to follow each graduate’s progress throughout his high school and college years in order to further emphasize our commitment to our students. It is our ultimate desire to have our DNS graduates return and serve this community following their college graduation. Our administration will continue to put forth our eleven year commitment to our student’s parents and would urge them to recognize that process with their ongoing parental/guardian support of volunteerism. In the non-sectarian Nativity model our students are enrolled without regard to race, color, religion or ethnicity, but all must qualify for the federal meal program. Above all, the boys and their families must be committed to our rigorous schedule. The school is not tuition driven, but completely dependent on private donation. We require active parental involvement and hire faculty and staff fully dedicated to our mission. Durham Nativity School is educating boys who will break across barriers to become tomorrow’s leaders and role models within the community.
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Shout Out A big shout out goes to the Tiger Soccer Team for winning both games this week against Carolina Friends and Durham Academy. The boys are off to a great start at 4-0. Keep up the great work and continue to be humble. Nice Job Fellas! Thank you Ms. Harrell, Ms. Woods, Mrs. Tetetla, Ms. Coleman, Mrs. Coreas, Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Lopez for stepping up and helping the boys in Service Learning. We appreciate your volunteer service.
If you're not busy tomorrow..Saturday, September 27th (9:00 a.m. to 12:00), Durham Nativity will join with Grace Baptist Church and Lighthouse Baptist Church to clean up our campus! Opportunities to get involved will include: Painting, updating bulletin boards, fixing playground equipment, trimming bushes, plastering walls, fixing air conditioning, and lots of general cleaning. Whether you have expertise in one of these areas or just want to come down and pitch in, we greatly appreciate your support and look forward to seeing you there!
GAME CHANGER: The soccer game originally scheduled for this coming Thursday afternoon, October 2nd at Carolina Friends School has been postponed. The game will be rescheduled and played at a later date. Our game scheduled for this Monday afternoon, September 29th at 4:00 versus the Immaculata Eagles on our home field at United Therapeutics is on as scheduled.
Our next two soccer matches are September 22 DNS vs Carolina Friends' School AT United Therapeutics field (4:00) and September 23 DNS AT Durham Academy (4:00)
Our Weekly Shout Outs: -- A big shout out goes to the Tiger Soccer Team for winning both games this week against Duke School and Triangle Day. The boys displayed not only respectable talent, but wonderful team spirit and sportsmanship as well. Nice Job Fellas! -- Thank you Mr. Pratt, Mrs. Salazar, Mrs. Mejia, Mrs. Hernandez, Mr. D. Urbano, Mrs. Coreas, Mr. Cameron, Ms. Coleman, and Mrs. Quintanilla for stepping up and helping the boys in Service Learning. We appreciate your volunteer service.
Happy Friday, Durham Nativity Friends! Stay tuned...our E-newsletter is going out in the next few minutes!
Shout Out: A big shout out goes to Mr. Resendiz Ramos, Mrs. Gonzalez, Mrs. Salazar, Mrs. Arreola, Mr. Flores, Mrs. Coreas, and Mrs. Jordan for serving with the boys during Service Learning. Thank you!!
Printed invitations for Daring to Dream Big 2015 will be in next week's mail! Keep an eye out. Meanwhile, you can learn more about the event at our event page. Sponsor committee still in formation! http://www.durhamnativity.org/daring-to-dream-big-2015-spring-event/?preview=true&preview_id=2922&preview_nonce=b739d55d86
Invitations to our annual Spring Event fundraiser will be in the mail in about a week! We hope you can join us!
Shout Out A big shout out goes to Ms. Warthen, Mrs. Tetetla, Mr. Aleem, Ms. Woods, Mrs. Gutierrez, Ms. Jordan, Mrs. Cameron, Mr. F. Wilson, Mrs. Salazar, Mrs. Mejia, and Mrs. Salazar for serving with the boys in the community. Thank you.
Shout Out: A big shout out goes to our alumnus parent, Ms. Brown (Joshua Brown’s Mom) for bringing delicious food for the faculty to enjoy throughout the day. Thank you Ms. Brown. A big shout out goes to the parents who rolled up their sleeves to join the boys in serving in the community. Thank you Ms. Warthen, Mr. Aleem, Mr. A. Urbano, Mr. D. Urbano, Mr. Reyes, Mrs. Ajasa, Ms. Wallace and Mrs. Salazar for your volunteer service. Thank you Mr. Aleem and Ms. Britton for covering lunch during our faculty meeting. You are appreciated.
Gracias a Cary Academy! Llamado a los líderes: los estudiantes de octavo grado han sido invitados a participar en una conferencia sobre liderazgo a celebrarse en la Cary Academy este viernes, 27 de febrero. Los estudiantes hablarán sobre lo que significa ser un líder, cómo ha cambiado el liderazgo y cómo ha sido influenciado por fuerzas externas y cómo nuestra escuela ayuda a fomentar la habilidad para ser líderes.
Con dos jornadas de puertas abiertas que queda en la temporada de reclutamiento 2015, estamos llegando hasta el último momento y con necesidad de unos pocos hombres buenos! Por favor, invitan a sus familiares, amigos y vecinos a unirse a usted en Martes, 24 de febrero a las 6:00 de la jornada de puertas abiertas para las familias de habla hispana y el lunes, 9 de marzo a las 6:00 para nuestra casa definitiva abierta.
Thank you Cary Academy! Leaders UNITE: Our eighth graders have been invited to attend a day long leadership conference at Cary Academy on Friday, February 27th. Students will have discussions about what is means to be a leader, how leadership has changed and is influenced by external forces, and how our school environment helps foster our leadership abilities.
We look forward to welcoming everyone on Tuesday, February 24th at 6:00 for the open house for Spanish-speaking families and on Monday, March 9th at 6:00 for our final open house!
Happy Constitution and Citizenship Day!!
Big thanks to Duke Chapel for allowing us to be the recipients of their SEPTEMBER BACK PEW COLLECTION!
Durham Nativity School is now accepting applications for rising 5th and 6th graders for the 2016-2017 school year! Early Decision deadline is October 13th and the regular deadline is December 13th. Spread the word!
If you are interested in being a part of a Facebook group dedicated to information for first-generation college students, you're invited to join the Networking Hub hosted by the Tomorrow Fund for Hispanic Students. Students and parents are invited to join! It is not limited only to Latino students, but the information is usually relevant to first-generation college-bound. Jobs, internships, scholarships and much more information is posted daily. https://www.facebook.com/groups/TTFhub/
We would like to wish a great coming school year to all our DNS alumni as they had back to high school or college this month! We know you will do us all proud!
Visit the Annual BBQ Halloween Festival on Oct. 31 at 6122 Guess Road from 1pm-9pm sponsored by friends of Durham Nativity School. DNS will receive a portion of the proceeds. There will be food, drinks, music, carnival games for the kids, face painting, and free trick or treating from 5:00-8:00 with prizes for the best costumes. Great family fun day for Halloween! Admission $20. Contact: Renee Brown at 919-225-2278 or Fred Jones at 919-824-1626 for more information.