News

2020

  • Ann Brown

    God Bless Our Retirees

    This year Notre Dame honors 8 dedicated faculty and staff members who have retired. When combined, these educators have given our Notre Dame students a whopping 215 years of service. We cannot thank them enough for sharing their talent and imparting their knowledge to our students. They will be greatly missed but we wish them all of God’s blessings in their retirement.
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  • ND Moved Mountains During Cyber Learning

    Throughout this school year and particularly over the last three months, Notre Dame has moved mountains. During our time in cyberlearning, Notre Dame administrators, faculty, and staff imagined, envisioned, invented, and delivered an outstanding Notre Dame educational experience. As we have just concluded our academic year, we would like to take a moment to reflect on our cyber journey. 
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  • Students Complete Over 35,000 Hours of Service

    Mrs. Maley
    See the Face of God in Everyone

    Service at Notre Dame enables students to engage in transformative community service and service-learning experiences. These experiences provide an outlet for them to use their voice, skills, and critical thinking to affect positive change in their communities and the world. Every student at Notre Dame actively engages in different forms of service throughout their four years. Throughout COVID-19 we know of many projects students did on their own and we saw in action how no act of kindness is too small and can make a great difference. 
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  • Artist of the Month - Joshua Gomez '20

    Josh is a recently graduated, Notre Dame Senior, and AP Art student who specializes in digital media. "I go for vibrant, 'explosive colors in your face' sort of style. I find the most fun in drawing fanart of video game-related things! Art's supposed to be a fun way to express yourself!" Josh hopes to study Computer Science at TCNJ.
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  • Notre Dame Grotto

    Graduation Above and Beyond Expectations

    The COVID-19 Pandemic stole many important senior year events from the Class of 2020 but they were not stripped of a graduation ceremony. Notre Dame Principal Mrs. Joanna Barlow along with her administrators and staff, worked tirelessly to organize and execute 286 individual graduations. This all happened while still managing the cyberlearning platform that took the place of traditional learning for all of our students during this difficult time. 
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  • Notre Dame High School Response to George Floyd

    Seven of the United States Catholic Bishops issued a statement on the recent incident involving the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. The Catholic Bishops unequivocally stated:
     
    We are broken-hearted, sickened, and outraged to watch another video of an African American man being killed before our very eyes. What’s more astounding is that this is happening within mere weeks of several other such occurrences. This is the latest wake-up call that needs to be answered by each of us in a spirit of determined conversion.
     
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  • 2020 Yearbook Dedication - Mrs. Cindy Bannon

    Each year the senior class selects a faculty member to whom to be the recipient of the yearbook dedication. We are proud to announce this year’s recipient is Mrs. Cindy Bannon. Mrs. Bannon is a Faculty Member in the English Department and has been a dedicated faculty member for many years.
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  • Katherine Benjamin '21 to Participate in Renowned Scholar Program

    Katherine Benjamin ‘21 was selected as one of 39 rising seniors in the state of New Jersey to participate in the 2020 New Jersey Scholars Program.
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Located on 100 beautiful acres in Central New Jersey, Notre Dame High School, founded in 1957, is a college preparatory school for grades 9 - 12, preparing young men and women for lives of purpose, built upon a foundation of Catholic faith, with a commitment to academics, co-curricular activities and service to others.