Every five years, Notre Dame High School must renew its accreditation for the Diocese of Columbus and the State of Ohio. Part of this accreditation process is asking for feedback from parents. A survey will be available below for parents to complete. The survey will be open beginning Monday, October 16th and will close on Monday, October 23rd. We ask that you take time to complete the survey within this period. Thank you for your cooperation and participation in this very important process! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd7BdPLnYC7XFrqXcS2TqHaUyfO-5K0hEIbQqMz75-JZtJ4Qw/viewform
Bishop Campbell co-celebrated mass Friday morning, October 13 with area priests and Notre Dame students in the high school gym. Following the daily gospel reading, the Bishop encouraged us to push out the demons in our lives and listen to God's voice just as Jesus' Mother, Mary did when God called to her.
Ask and you shall receive! What started as a simple idea by Nancy Stegman’s 7th grade Religion class at Notre Dame High School, turned into a school-wide “loose change drive” that raised $500 for the victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas. 7th-12th grade students at Notre Dame Jr/Sr School worked for 2 weeks fundraising with bake sales and daily change collection. In addition, students from Stegman’s Religion class led prayer each morning and afternoon over the school loudspeaker for the hurricane victims. "The enthusiasm from the Notre Dame 7th grade who approached me with this idea was contagious; the enthusiasm spread throughout the school and it was amazing to see the entire ND Junior - Senior High school come together to raise hundreds of dollars for people affected by this tragedy,” said 7th grade Notre Dame Religion teacher. All the money collected was sent to the Houston Flood Disaster relief in conjunction with Adore Ministries. Adore Ministries is a Catholic Outreach and Missionary team set on reaching people, impacting cities and sharing the Gospel. Students in grades K-12 at The Notre Dame Schools are encouraged to participate in service activities throughout the school year. Students at Notre Dame Elementary are currently collecting school supplies to send to Houston for hurricane victims.
Aubrey Boland, Miss Notre Dame, 2017, presented two monetary gifts to the Notre Dame Schools on 8/29/17. The first was the Bright Future Scholarship in the amount of $400.00 that will go to a graduating Notre Dame senior to further their education post high school, the scholarship can be used for the student to use at a university of their choice, a trade school or a business college. Applicants will be accepted starting in January 2018. The second gift was presented to Notre Dame Elementary in the amount of $200.00. This money will be used to help provide materials for the media center to help children at the elementary level. Aubrey was able to raise money through her fundraising efforts over the summer as Miss Notre Dame. She also held her Community Service Event, Dining for Dyslexia at St. Mary's Activity Center where she received donations toward her Platform, Discovering Dyslexia.
Winners of the Titan Cash for the month of September are as follows. Raymond & Rachel Yarnell - $500.00 Terry Joye - $300.00 Fred Brisker - $150.00 Stacy McGraw - $50.00
Notre Dame is proud to offer the Tuition Discount Program for the 2017-2018 school year. The tuition discount will be pro-rated for both parties over the entire school term and is only good for the 2017-18 school year. The treasurer of the school will issue the referrer's tuition voucher(s) after the newly enrolled student returns this coupon to the school office. If a family is enrolling more than one child, each child is eligible for the $750.00 coupon. The referrer will also receive a $750.00 voucher per child as well. Please find the downloadable link below. Please complete the form and turn into the office of the appropriate school. Any questions please call Karen Lasswell, 740-353-2354. Download the Tuition Discount Program Form