History

Founded in 1912 by the Sisters of St. Ursula, Notre Dame is a private, Catholic college preparatory school for young women.

Student Body

• Enrollment for 2014-2015 is 335

• Average class size of 28

College Placement

• 100% of Notre Dame graduates accepted to four-year colleges and universities

• Academic scholarships awarded to over 90% of graduates in the past five years

    

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11/21 Anne's Birthday
11/26 Field Trips
Thanksgiving Liturgy
EARLY DISMISSAL
11/27 Thanksgiving
NO SCHOOL
11/28 NO SCHOOL
12/4 Seniors to the Pearl Theatre
12/5 Club Pictures
12/8 Progress Reports mailed this week
Advent Liturgy
12/9 Anne's Values Assembly
12/10 Board Meeting
12/13 ACT Exam
12/18 Christmas Show
12/19 Christmas Assembly
EARLY DISMISSAL
12/22-1/2 CHRISTMAS RECESS
1/5 Classes Resume
1/8 Liturgy
College Panel
1/14 End of 2nd Quarter
1/15-1/22 MID-TERMS
1/19 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
NO SCHOOL
1/23 Grading Day
NO SCHOOL
1/24 SAT Exam
1/26 2nd Semester Begins
Candy Sale II Begins

ND 2015 Summer Danube River Cruise
July 16th - 24th

We are pleased to share the news that Notre Dame School is offering a 2015 summer Danube River Cruise July 16th-24th. This 8-day cruise from Budapest to Nuremberg includes visits to 3 countries with 6 guided tours. A deposit of $500 is due by November 21, 2014. Please click on the registration form link below for a more detailed flyer and the required registration form. To view the different categories of room options and pricing, please click on the deck plan link.

REGISTRATION FORM

DECK PLAN


Notre Dame School's Summer Trip 2014

Notre Dame students, alumnae, friends, and family enjoyed the school trip to France. Pictured above are some of the travelers in front of Château de Azay-le-Rideau.


ND Social Studies Chair Eileen Frawley and ND students make appearance at the Gilder Lehrman Institute Gala

Notre Dame Social Studies Department Chair Eileen Frawley and seniors Alexandra Galdi and Elizabeth O'Malley attended the Gilder Lehrman Institute Gala. They are pictured here with former First Lady Laura Bush and celebrated historian and author David McCullough.


ND US History Teacher Glenn Stordeur mingles with Steven Spielberg at the Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize Dinner

ND US History Teacher Glenn Stordeur mingles with Steven Spielberg at the Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize Dinner.  ND is proud to be a Gilder Lehrman flagship school, and pleased to have great history teachers like Mr. Strodeur on staff.Mr. Glenn Stordeur, ND Social Studies teacher, with Steven Spielberg at the Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize Dinner that took place at the Union League Club. Mr. Spielberg won a Special Achievement Award for his Oscar-nominated film, Lincoln.