Hartford &

New Haven, Connecticut


Hartford and New Haven are two of Connecticut’s most impoverished cities, rich in ethnic diversity. Members serve in two Nativity-Miguel Network tuition free middle schools, whose motivation is the belief that education breaks the cycle of poverty. Members work under the guidance of mentor teachers and teach small classes, conduct co-curricular activities and field trips and are an integral part of the school community. The schools run on an extended day program and classes continue in the summer.

Site Director: Jessica Kanoff
Phone: 203-848-9903
E-mail: hartford@ndmva.org


Saint Martin de Porres Academy


Saint Martin de Porres Academy is a faith-based, NativityMiguel middle school that provides a tuition-free, extended day education for underserved girls and boys from low-income families in the New Haven area. Their goal is to provide urban boys and girls the opportunity to choose a quality education that will allow them to live up to their full potential. At the Academy, they promote more than academic excellence - we cultivate personal responsibility, social skills, and leadership, balanced with a strong spiritual foundation and a recognition of the need to serve others. Their strength is the twelve-year commitment to each student, and our unwavering belief in their unique gifts, talents, and potential.



Grace Academy Hartford


Grace Academy is a comprehensive educational program for girls’ grades 5-8. We are providing a rare opportunity for students to experience a tuition-free, college preparatory education in an atmosphere of respect and responsibility.  Grace offers a structured, challenging and supportive educational program for students of all faiths in Hartford.  They work to inspire intellectual, spiritual, moral, social, creative and athletic growth of each young girl and to nurture in a small school setting the full potential of her whole character.


Covenant Preparatory School


Located in Hartford, CT, Covenant Prep provides young men from underserved communities the foundation required to successfully pursue higher education, to develop the strength of their character and to inspire them to live with integrity as leaders committed to their communities.


Notre Dame Mission Volunteers - AmeriCorps
5405 Loch Raven Blvd
Baltimore, MD 21239
Phone:(410) 532-6864 - Fax: (410) 532-2418


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