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  • The Arts

    The Notre Dame Arts Department offers units of study in Visual Arts, Choral Music, Music Theory, and Art History.
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  • Computer Science

    Computer courses are held in the school’s Technology Center, consisting of one lab with twelve laptops running Windows 10 and eighteen iMacs running Mohave.
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  • English

    All Notre Dame English classes feature dynamic reading lists of classic and contemporary texts.  The department centers instruction on close reading, text-based discussion, and critical writing.  Read more about individual English courses here.
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  • Modern & Classical Languages

    The goals of the Language Department are for students to achieve functional speaking proficiency in the target language (French or Spanish), to develop greater understanding and appreciation of cultures in other countries as well as their own country and community, and to master communication through the use of critical thinking and reasoning skills.
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  • Mathematics

    The Notre Dame School Mathematics Curriculum provides students with a foundation in algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus.
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  • Physical Education

    The Physical Education Department offers a curriculum that allows the students to be participants in programs leading to a healthy lifestyle through sports and exercise.
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  • Religious Studies

    Based on Anne de Xainctonge’s strong pedagogical values curriculum, Notre Dame’s students are trained extensively in Ignatian Spirituality and Principles throughout their four years of required Theology courses.
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  • Science

    The Science Department strives to engage students in the activities of scientific exploration, while challenging them to consider careers in science-related fields.
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  • Social Studies

    Notre Dame offers six units of study in the Social Studies Department: United States History, African American History, Global Studies, Native American History, World History and Government/Economics.
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