Students, faculty and staff enjoyed a morning walk to our downtown place of worship, Cathedral Basilica of St. Joseph for a Holy Week service featuring a recreation of the Stations of the Cross. Ms. Quiazon, director of campus ministry, and senior Isabel Solorio presided over the service through which seniors shared their reflections on condemnation, compassion, cruelty and courage.
Notre Dame’s diverse student community is filled with different talents, skills and passions. The artistic talent of two of these students, Annie Chang ‘20 and Manasa Sundaram '20, is being recognized by the San Jose Downtown Foundation, who chose their artwork for their Downtown Doors project from a record 200+ submissions from 22 different schools.
Juniors Shruthi Sridhar and Shreya Garg were awarded second and third place in the Amgen Bay Area BioGENEius Challenge, the premior competition for high school students that recognizes outstanding research and innovation in the biotechnology field.
We invite you to join us as we gather in support of tuition assistance and program development. Our annual event will be held May 4 at The Tech Museum in downtown San Jose. Tickets and additional information are available here.
Students will witness first-hand the struggles left in the wake of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the BP oil spill, and the long process of rebuilding New Orleans. They will work ...
The Notre Dame Athletics Department would like invite everyone to help us celebrate and honor the seniors on our lacrosse team. They will be recognized with their parents befor...
Students at all grade levels and their parents are invited to learn more about Notre Dame's Global Education Program and the immersion trip offerings for the 2019-20 school year...
Each student has the opportunity to develop her leadership skills within the co-curricular program of her choice. Students develop voice and experience in our empowering environment.
In the midst of a rapidly changing world, Notre Dame's spirit and traditions remain. Whether donning crazy costumes for Spirit Week, walking downtown to attend mass, or swaying arm-in-arm while singing the alma mater, generations of women have upheld these traditions and called Notre Dame home.
Notre Dame's progressive culture of solution-finding, resource-sharing, skill-building and partnerships promotes curiosity and creativity within a unique learning environment.
A Notre Dame education extends well beyond the footprint of our downtown San Jose campus, out into the tenth largest city in the United States and the thriving center of Silicon Valley.
Junior Kaitlyn Kumar was one of two students recognized at the Silicon Valley Regional FIRST Robotics competition. In addition to being a leader for the Notre Dame Janksters, she helped run tournaments and networked with national teams.