College & School Counseling
At Notre Dame, we fuel your passion and curiosity, offering opportunities to grow into your best self and guiding you on the path to college. Our students routinely earn admission to the colleges and universities of their choice, including the most selective and respected in the nation. But just as importantly, they leave us as happy people, guided by life-long values, prepared to lead in and serve the world.
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College and School Counseling
The College and School Counseling Office at Notre Dame High School supports students in the areas of college and career exploration, academic achievement, and social/personal development. It promotes self-knowledge and the respect for the rights of others. Counselors are committed to the social, emotional, spiritual, and personal development of every student.
Through Notre Dame's comprehensive school counseling program counselors are assigned to assist students throughout all four years of high school. Counselors work collaboratively with the entire faculty to meet the needs of each individual. Students can expect counselors to provide guidance to promote growth of the student to reach their potential, enhance the learning experience, and navigate the college process.
In the College and School Counseling office our doors are always open. We invite students and parents to reach out to a counselor with any questions or concerns.
A New Journey...
98% of the Class of 2021 were placed in competitive universities such as, University of Pennsylvania, Boston College, Howard University, University of Notre Dame, Catholic University of America, The University of Alabama, Kingston University of London, Saint Joseph's University and New York University.
SAT at Notre Dame
Any student taking the SAT or ACT at Notre Dame will no longer be required to wear a mask during the duration of the test.
"The students here are held to a higher standard, and they are getting prepared for some really prestigious colleges and universities."
Julie Kopchik, ND Mathematics Teacher