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Diversity and Inclusion

Notre Dame High School
Diversity Statement

Notre Dame High School is a Catholic community that promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion by building empathy, respect, understanding, and unity with people who are different from each other by honoring each individual as unique and made in God’s image.

Notre Dame High School is dedicated to ensuring that our community has equitable access to available resources needed to enhance academic, spiritual, and social development regardless of race, gender, socio-economic status, cultural background, ethnicity, linguistics, cognitive, and/or physical ability.

Diversity & Inclusion Team

Dr. Ellieen Ingbritsen Ed. D.

Titles: Service Learning & Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator
Roles: Faculty & Staff
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Work: 609-882-7900, ext. 153

Charisse West Smith

Roles: Board Member
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Mass for the Progress of People

Now a tradition at Notre Dame, faculty, staff and students gathered together for our annual Mass for the Progress of People. Organized by the ND SHADES Club, this liturgy marks the start of Black History Month.

Tolton: From Slave to Priest

Notre Dame High School was excited to have the production of Tolton: From Slave to Priest come to the ND stage. The live theatrical one-man drama performed by actor Jim Coleman and directed by Leonardo Defilippis of Saint Luke Productions took place on Tuesday, February 6, in the ND Auditorium.

Lunar New Year

2024 - Year of the Dragon

Lunar New Year marks the first new moon of the lunar calendar. It falls on February 10 this year, kicking off the 15-day Spring Festival.