Founded in 1912 by the Sisters of St. Ursula, Notre Dame is a private, Catholic college preparatory school for young women.
• Enrollment for 2012-2013 is 300
• Average class size of 25
• 100% of Notre Dame graduates accepted to four-year colleges and universities
• Academic scholarships awarded to over 85% of graduates in the past five years
AP Exams Administered
Half Day of school
Memorial Day No school
Senior Prom at Le Parker Meridien 8-12
Trip to Italy
Join the Notre Dame community June 26-July 6, 2013, on a wonderful tour of bella Italia with our friend, Monica Saab of Rome, serving as tour manager. We will visit Assisi, Tuscany, Siena, Florence, Sorrento, the Isle of Capri, Pompeii, and Rome. Click here to download the booking form, which has further details about the trip, as well as deposit information. For more information contact Sr. Mary Dolan at marydolansu [at] att [dot] net.
On April 23rd, the Honors Shakespeare classes will host an assembly in celebration of the Bard's birthday. This year, the students will use Sonnet 130 as a way to focus the production on Shakespeare's female characters who have demonstrated strength, courage, wit, and independence. Featured women will include Helena and Hermia from A Midsummer Night's Dream; Kate from The Taming of the Shrew; and Emilia from Othello. There will also be a sonnet recitation competition, a flashmob, and many more creative elements to remind us all of the importance of Shakespeare's language and the staying power of his female characters.
On Thursday, February 28, Notre Dame welcomed back 15 alumnae to speak at our annual Career Day. We had graduates from 1973 to 2007 representing fields such as medicine, finance, entertainment and media, education, non-profit management, and law enforcement. Many of the current students are now in touch with these Chez Nous sisters in order to receive advice and guidance as they think about their own future careers.