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Legacy 2023

ND Alumni Survey

Thank you to our alumni who participated in the Alumni Survey this past spring. Your input and shared experiences are invaluable and greatly appreciated.

Transcript Requests

Notre Dame High School alumni who request a copy of your transcript can contact the ND Guidance Office at

Stay Connected

As a member of the Notre Dame alumni community, you join more than 18,000 classmates from across generations, locally, nationally and internationally, who call ND home. We invite you to renew the lifelong connections you made while you were a student. Here are a few ways you can keep in touch and have a meaningful impact on your alma mater.

  • Keep us informed. Update your contact information so you don’t miss out on any of the great alumni events we offer. We want to hear how you are doing – from job promotions to personal achievements. We might even include your update in AlumNotes, our online newsletter and The ND Journal.
  • Attend an event, Homecoming, a theater performance or an alumni gathering in NYC, DC or Philly. Know someone who has lost contact? Bring them with you.
  • Connect with us on social media. Our social networking channels enable you to join and expand your circle of professional contacts while staying up-to-date with Notre Dame news. Like us on Facebook: @NotreDameHSLawrenceville and follow us on Instagram: Notredame_hs, Twitter: Notre_Dame_HS and LinkedIn: Notre Dame HS.
  • Make a gift to The Fund for Notre Dame. Every gift counts, and strong alumni participation sends a clear message that the ND community is a lifelong family. Donate online at, with Venmo @NotreDameHSLawrenceville, mail it to ND, or call 609-882-7900, ext. 110.
  • Be visible and proud. Include Notre Dame on your professional and social media bios. Display your ND gear, available in our school store, The Leprechaun Shop. 
  • Share your success story. Come back to Notre Dame and share your career experience with current students. You will make wonderful connections with fellow alumni, and your involvement will have an impact that lasts a lifetime!
  • Volunteer to be a class agent or work at The Leprechaun Shop or at Notre Dame fundraisers like the Golf Tournament or Annual Auction by emailing
  • Advertise your business or find a vendor on the ND Irish Business Directory. This is a great opportunity to support each other in business and professional endeavors.
  • Continue the legacy. It’s a wonderful vote of confidence in a Notre Dame education when our alumni enroll their own children in their alma mater. Contact our Admissions office if you have a middle-schooler who is interested in visiting.

Alumni News

Career Exploration Day at ND

We are so proud of our alumni and grateful that they are willing to return to their alma mater to speak with our students.

We are so proud of our alumni and grateful that they are willing to return to their alma mater to speak with our students. The following alumni participated in the second ND Career Exploration Day of the year: Jessica DiFoggio '07, Academic Advisor at the University of Connecticut, Nicole Regan '93 Scharibone, Controller, Hotfoil-EHS, Inc., Austin Edwards '08, former Deputy Attorney General, NJ Attorney General's Office, Scott Burns '90, Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge, US Secret Service, Justin Chukumba '06, Manager of New Business, Plaid Financial Services, Kristen Fless, MD '87, Director, Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit, Saint Barnabas Health Care System. We are thankful to them for sharing their journey from Notre Dame to successful careers.

  • Alumni Career Exploration Day

Notre Dame holds for us many of our fondest memories and most cherished friendships. We enjoy watching it become the same for our children.

Tom '81 and Danielle Lettiere Griffith '83, Parents of Alan '11, Madeline '14 and Jocelyn '17 Griffith