Funding Needs

Support for Sisters Academy of Baltimore

Sisters Academy of Baltimore (“Sisters Academy”) , a Catholic, community-centered middle school, educates girls of diverse backgrounds, from families of limited economic means, particularly those in southwest Baltimore. The Academy empowers its students to become future leaders and agents of transformation in their families, communities, and society.

As one of the four sponsoring congregations of women religious, the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur provide necessary financial support to provide scholarships to these students.  Sisters Academy is open to girls of all races and religious backgrounds. Your donations enable the Sisters to maintain and grow their support to important  local ministries like Sisters Academy.

As this message below from Tamauri Beasley-Foster, (Sisters Academy – Class of 2016, Senior, Institute of Notre Dame) indicates, Sisters Academy prepares these young women well for a bright future.

“As I finish up my senior year at the Institute of Notre Dame, I find myself reminiscing over the last 4 years. I’ve played volleyball all four years, basketball for two years, and I’ve been on the track team for two years. I have served as a student ambassador, taken several honors and AP classes, and have completed over 90 community service hours. I am the president of a new club called the “INDie Force,” which is a hip hop dance team that I started. I am a member of the Project Lead the Way Program studying Biomedical Science, which I look forward to studying in college at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science in California this fall. These last four years were filled with success and character growth, and I couldn’t have done it without the help and preparation from Sisters Academy.”

A student in class…and on her way!

Can you help?

The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur are placing a particular emphasis on supporting the Sisters Academy of Baltimore in the 2020-2021 school year. Click here to donate now. or contact the Tri-Province Development office at 410-486-7285.