Message from the ES Principal
Notre Dame Academy has been a leader in the education of girls and young women since 1903, and we are proud of the many noteworthy graduates who serve our community and country.
Our spacious, updated campus provides a beautiful setting for students to develop their talents and abilities in our classrooms, art studio, music room, and Early Childhood Center. At a time when the advantages of single-sex education are being rediscovered, we are proud to be celebrating over 117 years as an outstanding school for young women.
We develop leadership and independence and encourage the students to work to their full potential so that they can realize their dreams. At Notre Dame, girls are artists, actors, musicians, mathematicians, writers, scientists, athletes. Their accomplishment is the reason for NDA’s exceptional reputation.
The vibrant and challenging course of study we provide integrates technology as a tool across the curriculum and is steeped in service and learning opportunities. We focus on the traits that are a part of our Catholic identity: compassion, tolerance, and generosity. Here, young women build a strong academic foundation, make lifelong friends, and learn to serve a broader community.
Our classrooms and buildings have been reconfigured to address social distancing guidelines, and our teachers are using live streaming and video conferencing equipment to form a bridge between online and in-person learners.
We are currently offering our families the choice of 5 full days of live instruction, whether they choose in-person or remote. Any student learning remotely, whether for the day or for the year, has the benefit not only of participating live throughout the school day in academic classes, but also special classes such as art, physical education, music, and technology.
The health and safety of our students, staff, community are our priority, and we are actively and creatively adjusting our events and activities to allow them to occur safely.
At Notre Dame Academy, achievement is a part of our culture. Come and be a part of the wonderful things that are happening here!
Rebecca Giaccio, ES ‘87