Once a Saint, Always a Saint
Welcome home! When you become a Saint, you join a family of more than 3,600 Nansemond-Suffolk Academy alumni, who are all an integral part of the NSA community. All alumni are members of the NSA Alumni Association, which keeps you connected to the school and provides networking opportunities to advance your career or reconnect with classmates through annual events. The Association also works to celebrate the achievements of our alumni, many of whom are making a great impact in their fields and on society. Whether you have big news to share or just need to update your contact information, your NSA family wants to hear from you!
Congratulations to Marcos Speroni '23 for being selected a 2023 Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholar!
USA Lacrosse is honoring two Saints for their accomplishments on and off the field.
Violet Johnston '23 has been recognized as an emerging young leader in Hampton Roads.
Alvin Gentry was always tired, but couldn’t understand why. He would get eight hours of sleep, but still feel fatigued the next morning.
Griffin Duggan '21 is joining other top student-athletes and students associated with Virginia Tech Athletics, including student athletic trainers, student managers and student video assistants, in being named to the university's 2022 All-Academic Team.
Each year, the Office of Advancement is honored to invite seniors with parents who are NSA alumni to a luncheon to celebrate and recognize their special connection to NSA.
Jack Hutchinson '20 is gearing up to take part in Georgia Tech's InVenture Prize competition, as he looks to fulfill his lifelong entrepreneurial aspirations.
VMI shortstop Zac Morris '19 has been named the Southern Conference player of the week for all competition from Feb. 20-26, 2023. The awards are selected by the league office.
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy grad Cole Christiansen '16, a linebacker who starred at Army after his playing days for the Saints, is a member of the practice squad for the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs, who outlasted the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 to win Super Bowl LVII.
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy graduate Addy Greene '20 hit two homers and drove in four runs February 11 as No. 11 Virginia Tech (5-0) defeated Purdue Fort Wayne 9-0 to finish a perfect stretch at UNC Wilmington’s season-opening event.
Ashley P. Thorsen '02 is reaching new heights after achieving a special honor in the aviation community. She was recently named to the 2022 Airport Business Top 40 Under Forty List!
Two alumni have been chosen to work with the University of Virginia men's basketball team.
The nationally-ranked Christopher Newport women's basketball team picked up a dominant, season-opening victory over Averett University (0-1) on Nov. 8, 92-39.
The Association of Fundraising Professionals, Hampton Roads Chapter is recognizing two NSA alumni as philanthropic leaders in the community.
Congratulations to Bracey Parr '11 for being recognized by Inside Business as a Top 40 Under 40 honoree.
Chris Woleben '89 is dedicated to helping VCU medical students succeed, particularly through the Residency Match process, which is why it's so very appropriate that he's been named the inaugural appointee to the Hugo R. Seibel Teaching Professorship.
Tessa Lanzafame '19 is one step closer to publishing research on herbivorous insects after presenting some of her findings at the University of Mary Washington's Summer Science Institute.
Congratulations to Max Greenhood ’07 and to Jennifer Griffin Groves ’94, whose businesses, Rocketbike and Embroidery Etc., were named small businesses of the year by the Hampton Roads Chamber and the Small Business Development Center of Hampton Roads, a chamber affiliate.
Dan Marshall, a graduate of Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, has been taking the American Idol stage by storm.
Alumnus Eric “DJ” Minor ’18 won the EA Sports Madden NFL 21 x HBCU Tournament title last year and is looking to defend his title in 2022.