• Katie Kay '20 Selected for Girls State

    Notre Dame is proud to announce Katie Kay ’20 has been selected to attend The American Legion Auxiliary Jersey Girls State Program.
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  • Ms. Ivins, Mr. Patton and Dr. Micai Retire

    When combined, Mary Liz Fitzpatrick ’72 Ivins, Mr. Ed Patton and Dr. Ken Micai have over 62 years of service to the students of Notre Dame High School.
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  • Congratulations, Class of 2019!

    “The Class of 2019 truly realized their full potential in our faith-filled environment and their accomplishments have exceeded expectations,” said Notre Dame Principal, Mrs. Joanna Barlow. They boast acceptances to some of the top colleges and universities in the nation, including Duke University, New York University, The United State Military Academy at West Point, Cornell University, Berklee College of Music and the Culinary Institute of America. They received over $44.2 million in scholarships over four years and completed more than 15,000 hour of community service. The Class of 2019 is truly exceptional.

    Read more about the Baccalaureate Mass and Commencement exercise in The Monitor.

    Congratulations, Class of 2019! We wish you all the best!
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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.
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  • Sophomore Scores 1st Place on National Italian Exam

    Sophomore Cristina Fallon scored 1st Place in the nation on the National Italian Exam offered by the American Association of Teachers of Italian. She scored in the 99th percentile on the level 3C exam and earned a Gold Medal and a monetary award from the Association.

    Cristina has been speaking Italian since she was born and her score is among others who also have home exposure to the language.

    Congratulations, Cristina, on this wonderful achievement!
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  • Sixteen ND Juniors to Attend Boys State

    Held at Rider University each year beginning on Father's Day, the American Legion Jersey Boys State (ALJBS) has a strong tradition of education, patriotism and excellence in the development of tomorrow's leaders at the week-long, hands-on program. This year, 16 Notre Dame students will attend Boys State on June 16-21.
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  • Spring Internship Breakfast Symposium

    by Karissa Chen, Senior Communications Intern

    In Latin, the word “experior” means to do, try, or experience. The Experior Program at Notre Dame offers students the opportunity to continue learning outside of a traditional classroom setting, through Senior Internships and Independent Research Projects.

    Our Senior Spring Internship Program culminated with a Breakfast Symposium on May 29. Throughout this Spring Semester, 11 seniors took internships both inside and outside of Notre Dame in order to enhance their educational experience.
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  • Seniors Awarded by The Princeton Prize in Race Relations

    By Karissa Chen, Senior Communications Intern

    Nabia Evans ‘19 and Shomari Hollis ‘19, were recognized at the 2019 Reception and Awards Ceremony for the Princeton Prize in Race Relations of Central and Southern New Jersey. The ceremony was held on May 1 at the John  Maclean House at Princeton University. The senior students were awarded Certificates of Accomplishment in recognition for their work of engaging and challenging their school and community to promote racial equity, respect and understanding of all people.
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Notre Dame High School

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.