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Students Accepted into Academic Concentrations Program

Notre Dame High School is proud to offer two concentrations of study beginning in the 2019-2020 school year. Concentrations are used to customize, focus, and enhance your high school learning experience. Students in grades 10 through 12 interested in pursuing a concentration should complete an application and submit it to their College and School Counselor before the beginning of the new school year. The application and additional information is available on the Resource Board on the ND website.
The two areas of concentrations are Communications and Applied Science. Coursework will total no less than 40 credits with a minimum passing grade of 80% in each course.  Students may complete one concentration during their tenure at Notre Dame High School.
 
We congratulate the following students who have been accepted into the program as of June 13:
 
Applied Science Concentration
  • Kaitlyn Conroy ‘21
  • Veronica Cruz ‘21
  • Chase Davino ‘21
  • Emma DiUbaldi ‘21
  • Abigail Guenther ‘22
  • Kristina Ibe ‘21
  • Audrey Ihlefeld ‘21
  • Samantha John ‘22
  • Alec Jones ‘21
  • Jessica Jumamil ‘21
  • Sarah McDermott ‘21
  • Andrew Nguyen-Lepczyk ‘21
  • Grace Norton ‘21
  • John Panko ‘21
  • Devon Pietrini ‘21
  • Andrei Ramirez ‘21
  • Ashley Reme ‘22
  • Gianna Schiera ‘21
  • Isabelle Stults ‘21
  • Emma Tierny ‘21
  • Juliana Troiano ‘21
  • Madison Wiston ‘21
Communications Concentration
  • Danny Bensch ‘22
  • Sean Cunningham ‘22
  • Sophia Foley ‘21
  • Sarah Griffin ‘21
  • Laura Maher ‘21
(The following students are not pictured in the photo: Chase Davino, Emma DiUbaldi, Audrey Ihlefeld, Samantha John, Grace Norton, Gianna Schiera, Juliana Troiano and Madison Wiston)
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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.