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In the spirit of Catherine Spalding and the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Presentation Academy strives to create a diverse community that promotes academic excellence and challenges young women to develop their greatest potential as leaders in a global society.

President
Laura Dills
Principal
Becca Noonan
Grades
9-12
Enrollment
207
Open House: November 22

Noon-3:00 p.m.

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The start of the school year is just around the corner! Members of the incoming #classof2024 recently met for a Summer Zoom Party, facilitated by last year’s Junior Board-now our Rising Seniors and Future Big Sisters!
If your daughter is still looking for a high school home this year, contact Director of Admissions Caitlin Maguire ‘08 at cmaguire@presentationacademy.org to see if Pres could be the right fit! #thefutureispres
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The start of the school year is just around the corner! Members of the incoming #classof2024 recently met for a Summer Zoom Party, facilitated by last year’s Junior Board-now our Rising Seniors and Future Big Sisters! 
If your daughter is still looking for a high school home this year, contact Director of Admissions Caitlin Maguire ‘08 at cmaguire@presentationacademy.org to see if Pres could be the right fit! #thefutureispres

We are officially three months away from the 25th Anniversary of the Tower Awards for Women Leaders! We are so excited to announce that this year’s event will be held on Thursday, Oct. 8, live on television and on Facebook!

Tower Awards will be hosted on WHAS-11’s Great Day Live from 9-10 a.m. Oct. 8, and then again at 7 p.m. live on our Facebook page. We will be drawing the winners of our Tower Treasures on Facebook Live so be sure to tune in! We will be unveiling our wonderful Treasures in August.

We are proud to announce this year’s Tower Award recipients:
ARTS & COMMUNICATION
Wendy Whelan, Former dancer at the Louisville Ballet Academy and current Associate Artistic Director of the New York City Ballet

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY & TRADE
Stephanie Brothers Kertis, ‘01, Assistant Director of Louisville Forward

EDUCATION
Dr. Sharon Gray '63, SCN, Vice-Provincial of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth

GOVERNMENT & LAW
Nikki Lanier, Senior Vice President and Regional Executive of the Louisville Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

SCIENCE & HEALTHCARE
V. Faye Jones, MD, PhD., MSPH, Senior Associate Vice President for Diversity and Equity, and Associate Vice President for Health Affairs/Diversity Initiatives, University of Louisville

SERVICE & ADVOCACY
Lynn Rippy, President and CEO of YouthBuild Louisville

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Sister Rebecca Miles, SCN, RN, MSN, Retired Director of the Sister Visitor Center and Doors to Hope

MOTHER CATHERINE SPALDING VISIONARY AWARD
Dr. Ann Eileen Winebrenner Kleine-Kracht, '58*, Former Chair, Presentation Academy Board of Trustees

#TowerAwards2020 #TowerAwardsForWomenLeaders #leadlikeapresgirl
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We are officially three months away from the 25th Anniversary of the Tower Awards for Women Leaders! We are so excited to announce that this year’s event will be held on Thursday, Oct. 8, live on television and on Facebook! 

Tower Awards will be hosted on WHAS-11’s Great Day Live from 9-10 a.m. Oct. 8, and then again at 7 p.m. live on our Facebook page. We will be drawing the winners of our Tower Treasures on Facebook Live so be sure to tune in! We will be unveiling our wonderful Treasures in August.

We are proud to announce this year’s Tower Award recipients:
ARTS & COMMUNICATION 
Wendy Whelan, Former dancer at the Louisville Ballet Academy and current Associate Artistic Director of the New York City Ballet 

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY & TRADE 
Stephanie Brothers Kertis, ‘01, Assistant Director of Louisville Forward 

EDUCATION 
Dr. Sharon Gray 63, SCN, Vice-Provincial of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth

GOVERNMENT & LAW
Nikki Lanier, Senior Vice President and Regional Executive of the Louisville Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

SCIENCE & HEALTHCARE 
V. Faye Jones, MD, PhD., MSPH, Senior Associate Vice President for Diversity and Equity, and Associate Vice President for Health Affairs/Diversity Initiatives, University of Louisville

SERVICE & ADVOCACY 
Lynn Rippy, President and CEO of YouthBuild Louisville 

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 
Sister Rebecca Miles, SCN, RN, MSN, Retired Director of the Sister Visitor Center and Doors to Hope

MOTHER CATHERINE SPALDING VISIONARY AWARD
Dr. Ann Eileen Winebrenner Kleine-Kracht, 58*, Former Chair, Presentation Academy Board of Trustees

#TowerAwards2020 #TowerAwardsForWomenLeaders #leadlikeapresgirl

Drawing students from more than 50 zip codes, we are proud that our Pres Girls come to Fourth and Breck from all over Kentuckiana. For Treneice and her daughter Raegan, the decision to come to Pres meant choosing a private, Catholic school over a public school.

“We chose Pres over public schools for various reasons, but mainly because the sense of ‘family’ resonated when we had our initial visit back in 2017,” Treneice said. “My daughter is going into her senior year and this transition from ‘public to private’ has been one of the best decisions we have ever made. The years have come upon us very quickly, but each moment has been memorable. The small class sizes, the culture, the versatility, the staff, the students – They are all one above the rest! When it comes to your daughter, be a part of these moments—Get involved, stay informed, be beside her, engage!! That’s why I LOVE Pres! We are very excited and sad about our senior year.”

We are still enrolling for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. For more information about Pres and why we might be a great fit for your daughter, contact Director of Admission Caitlin Maguire '08 at cmaguire@presentationacademy.org or call (502) 583-5935.
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Drawing students from more than 50 zip codes, we are proud that our Pres Girls come to Fourth and Breck from all over Kentuckiana. For Treneice and her daughter Raegan, the decision to come to Pres meant choosing a private, Catholic school over a public school. 

“We chose Pres over public schools for various reasons, but mainly because the sense of ‘family’ resonated when we had our initial visit back in 2017,” Treneice said. “My daughter is going into her senior year and this transition from ‘public to private’ has been one of the best decisions we have ever made. The years have come upon us very quickly, but each moment has been memorable. The small class sizes, the culture, the versatility, the staff, the students – They are all one above the rest! When it comes to your daughter, be a part of these moments—Get involved, stay informed, be beside her, engage!! That’s why I LOVE Pres! We are very excited and sad about our senior year.”

We are still enrolling for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. For more information about Pres and why we might be a great fit for your daughter, contact Director of Admission Caitlin Maguire 08 at cmaguire@presentationacademy.org or call (502) 583-5935.

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That’s where I graduated from! Loved my years at Pres! Still have many friends I keep in touch with! Congratulations 💕

Finish strong, my Pres sister! We are all cheering for you.

Can’t wait for my daughter to be old enough to go to Pres 😊😊

Our 3 daughters and our family loves Pres! KAPA

Pres girl for life. It's an experience...c/o 85🥰🥰

❤❤❤❤

So proud of you Reagan can’t believe you are going to be a senior

She’s adorable in her school uniform. I wish we had had cute skirts wayyy back when!

Love that photo of you too!!! Miss seeing you!

That’s Reagan!!??? Omg she grown up forreal . I remember her being a student at the daycare 😭 I said she look familiar ! She’s beautiful. Y’all beautiful

My favorite!!

Cherelle Firstlady Allen

Pres Girl 4 Life c/o 85❤❤

Congratulations

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Happy Fourth of July, Toppers!

Today is our last day of Pres Summer Camp - Online Edition! We hope you all had a great time seeing all of the wonderful crafts Ms. Graves and Ms. Nafziger '10 made for us. Big THANK YOU to them for making this such a success! Today, Ms. Graves and #futurepresgirls Maisy '28 and Jo '32 are showing us how to make accessories for our American Girl Dolls out of duct tape!

If you have made any of our summer camp crafts this week, we want to see them! Take a picture and email Communication Manager Kristin Beck '05 at kbeck@presentationacademy.org or send us a DM. Have a wonderful rest of the summer!
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Great video!!!!! Love these ladies!!! ❤️❤️❤️

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