In an electrifying showdown on the volleyball court, the Tigers competed against the FRA Panthers on Monday afternoon. From the very first serve, the Tigers displayed an unparalleled level of energy and determination that set the tone for the entire game. The Tiger's offensive was nothing short of spectacular. The USN front row hitters were attacking from every inch of the net, which left the Panthers struggling to keep up. The Tigers orchestrated an incredible 43 kills over the course of the match! Another standout aspect of the Tigers' performance was their impeccable teamwork. Every play seemed to flow seamlessly, as if the team was operating on a single wavelength. The precision with which Josie '24 connected with all of her hitters was a testament to precise passing and communication from the back row. Maeve '26 had the match of her career - attacking the ball 14 times and getting 13 kills. The Tigers ended with a four-set victory over the FRA Panthers (25-12, 25-15, 23-25, 25-21) to record their second district win of the season.
Eighth graders studied major landmarks such as the Flavian Amphitheater, Pantheon, Circus Maximus, and the Baths of Caracalla using USN's 3D printer and the guidance of Middle School Educational Technologist Kari Luecke and Middle School Latin Teacher Richard Rosenthal.
Charlotte Soslow ’28, Sarah Page-McCaw ’24 competed against hundreds of clarinet players across the Middle Tennessee region to secure spots in the 7/8 Silver Band and 11/12 Gold Band, respectively. See both of the clarinetists during HS Classical Night on Tuesday, March 5 and MS Ensemble Night on Thursday, March 7, both at 7 p.m.
USN's Ethics Bowl team won both the Tennessee Ethical Bowl and the Divisional Playoff, going undefeated over seven matches to qualify for the National High School Ethics Bowl at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Congratulations to Caroline Keiper '25, Zinnia Nichols-Loller '25, Ellie Rothman '25, Ellie Klein '25, Eliza Nichols '25, Amelie Soslow '25, Jaya Gupta '25, and Kati Tong '25.
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