Archbishop Curley Notre Dame students recently attended Miami Dade College’s Senior Conference Day. Students standing from left to right are: Dawan Davis, Clermondo Erisme, Styve Mbuyi, Enrique Diaz, Edner Derival, Christopher Walker, Jean Hedwyn Lamy, Tracey Dominique, Danielle Antoine, Shaina Chery, Valery Aviles, Esperanza Cadena, Jocelyne Rosales, Patricia Alvarado, Staika Chenet, Cindy Blanc, Beverly Petit-Frere and Keisha Louisma.
Archbishop Curley Notre Dame students recently attended Miami Dade College’s Senior Conference Day. Students standing from left to right are: Dawan Davis, Clermondo Erisme, Styve Mbuyi, Enrique Diaz, Edner Derival, Christopher Walker, Jean Hedwyn Lamy, Tracey Dominique, Danielle Antoine, Shaina Chery, Valery Aviles, Esperanza Cadena, Jocelyne Rosales, Patricia Alvarado, Staika Chenet, Cindy Blanc, Beverly Petit-Frere and Keisha Louisma.
Archbishop Curley Notre Dame students recently attended Miami Dade College’s Senior Conference Day. Students standing from left to right are: Dawan Davis, Clermondo Erisme, Styve Mbuyi, Enrique Diaz, Edner Derival, Christopher Walker, Jean Hedwyn Lamy, Tracey Dominique, Danielle Antoine, Shaina Chery, Valery Aviles, Esperanza Cadena, Jocelyne Rosales, Patricia Alvarado, Staika Chenet, Cindy Blanc, Beverly Petit-Frere and Keisha Louisma.

School Scene: Senior Conference Day connects students with the college community

October 27, 2015 4:24 PM

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