Eight young men graduated from Notre Dame High School on May 28th, 2017. All are planning on pursuing higher education after graduation.

  • Ja’Sean Johnson-Henry participated in track, Minority Student Union and Team ND during high school. He received 1st Honors and worked at an extended student internship at New Haven City Hall. He was accepted to many colleges and will attend this fall. He was mentored by Cheryl & Mark Milano.
  • Misael Lisboa participated in track and the Environmental Awareness Club. Mentored by Jonathan Kearney, Misael was accepted to several universities and wants to pursue a career in music production.
  • Brent Raymond participated in track and Minority Student Union while maintaining First and Second Honors during high school and working part-time. He will study  economics and real estate at SCSU or UConn this fall. Brent was mentored by Joe Valentino.
  • Jalanni White helped lead the basketball team, earning numerous sports accolades. He received scholarships to Canisius, Quinnipiac, University of Maine, UNH and St. Peters and is debating which basketball program and college is the best fit. Jalanni was mentored by Mike DeChello.
  • Cameron Barnes participated in football and track and field and received a service award. He received Presidential and Dean Scholarships from UNH and will be working toward a degree in chemical engineering. He was mentored by Rich Coyle.
  • Angel Chavez is a respected leader at NDHS, captaining both the cross country and track teams as well as leading numerous clubs. He received Scholar Athlete, National Honors Society and Spanish Honors Society awards and completed a number of service projects. He will be attending College of the Holy Cross and working toward a medical degree. He was also mentored by Rich Coyle.
  • Jerrell Dorsey served as the president of the student council as was involved in band and a number of other clubs. He was captain of the basketball team and received a number of academic and music awards and scholarships. Jerrell will be attending Babson College in the fall. Jerrell was mentored by Mike Donahue.
  • Antonio Ferro participated in a number of sports and clubs. He is currently an EMT student at Yale and plans to go Paramedic school and eventually on to the Fire Academy. He has been accepted at UNH and Mount St. Vincent where he received a president’s scholarship. He was mentored by George McWeeney.