Notre Dame's Holly Jackson Participates in 2015 White House Science Fair

Notre Dame freshman Holly Jackson participated in the 5th annual White House Science Fair Monda. The results of her research, a study of the relative strengths and compatibility of threads and fabrics, can potentially be applied to Ebola protective gear/hazmat suits for emergency medical and environmental response; space suits and interplanetary parachutes for NASA, safer seatbelts in new age transposition modalities, etc. In addition to meeting President Obama, Holly presented her research to White House Chief Technology Officer Meg Smith.




All News >>

Noteworthy

From Woman's Place Project to the Young Women's Advocacy Summit - a Notre Dame Journey

Each Notre Dame student undergoes a transformational journey over the course of her four years. Paramount to this growth are two 'book-end' projects, the Woman's Place Project and the Senior Service Learning Project, which culminates in the Young Women's Advocacy Summit.  more

Learning the Realities of Homelessness in Silicon Valley

Notre Dame juniors and seniors spent time learning about the harsh realities of homelessness in Silicon Valley this week.more

Varsity Soccer Celebrates Successful Season

Notre Dame's Varsity Soccer Team had a stellar year that earned them a CCS Playoff opportunity. more

Notre Dame Performing Arts
presents
Peter Pan


April 23-25, 7:30pm 
April 26, 2:00pm

Young Women's Advocacy Summit
March 26
© Notre Dame High School • 596 S. Second Street, San Jose, CA 95112 • phone: (408) 294.1113 • fax: (408) 293.9779Site Map