History

Founded in 1912 by the Sisters of St. Ursula, Notre Dame is a private, Catholic college preparatory school for young women.

Student Body

• Enrollment for 2014-2015 is 335

• Average class size of 28

College Placement

• 100% of Notre Dame graduates accepted to four-year colleges and universities

• Academic scholarships awarded to over 90% of graduates in the past five years

    

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7/24 Summer Program Ends
8/25 - 8/28 AP Calculus Summer Institute
9 am - 3 pm
8/26 Anne's Leaders Meeting
Dolan Center
10 am - 12 pm
8/27 Summer Seminar for Educators at Cathedral
9/1 Labor Day
9/2 Faculty Conference Day
9/3 Orientation Grades 9 & 1
9:00 am - 12 pm
9/4 Orientation Grades 10 & 11, 9:30 am - 12 pm
AP Calculus Summer Institute, 9 am - 3 pm
9/5 Classes Begin
12:30 pm EARLY DISMISSAL
9/8 First Full Day of Classes
Breakfast/Lunch Program Begins
9/13 ACT Exam
9/15 Candy Sale I Begins
Academic Center Opens
9/16 Anne's Values Extended Homeroom
9/17 Board Meeting
9/18 Benefit Donation Collection
Extracurricular Fair
Picture Day
Parent Orientation Meeting, 5:30 pm
9/19 The Mass of the Holy Spirit
Picture Day
9/24 Parent Meeting for Financial Aid
6:00 pm
9/25 Middle States Meeting
6:00 pm
9/30 NYSAIS Meeting

Notre Dame School's Summer Trip 2014

Notre Dame students, alumnae, friends, and family enjoyed the school trip to France. Pictured above are some of the travelers in front of Château de Azay-le-Rideau.


ND Social Studies Chair Eileen Frawley and ND students make appearance at the Gilder Lehrman Institute Gala

Notre Dame Social Studies Department Chair Eileen Frawley and seniors Alexandra Galdi and Elizabeth O'Malley attended the Gilder Lehrman Institute Gala. They are pictured here with former First Lady Laura Bush and celebrated historian and author David McCullough.


ND US History Teacher Glenn Stordeur mingles with Steven Spielberg at the Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize Dinner

ND US History Teacher Glenn Stordeur mingles with Steven Spielberg at the Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize Dinner.  ND is proud to be a Gilder Lehrman flagship school, and pleased to have great history teachers like Mr. Strodeur on staff.Mr. Glenn Stordeur, ND Social Studies teacher, with Steven Spielberg at the Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize Dinner that took place at the Union League Club. Mr. Spielberg won a Special Achievement Award for his Oscar-nominated film, Lincoln.


WELCOME TO THE NEWLY ACCEPTED CLASS OF 2018: iPad Air Program for All Incoming Ninth Graders

iPad Air Program for All Incoming Ninth GradersWe wish you a warm Chez Nous welcome! Our community of learners, here in the heart of New York City, has been a second home to generations of bright young women for over 100 years. What’s more, you will be part of our new iPad Air program starting in September for every ninth grader.
You are one of an elite group of accepted students selected from a record number of applicants from every borough of New York City, nearby counties and New Jersey who applied for admission this year. Well done!