Notre Dame students welcomed guests from more than 15 Bay Area high schools to their recent Black Light Mixer. The lights, face paint, glow-in-the-dark balloons, along with an amazing DJ helped create the perfect festive atmosphere.
Notre Dame's 16th Annual Crab Fest sold out in just a few minutes this year! The event, made possible by a dedicated committee and more than 200 parent and student volunteers, raised money for co-curricular programs including athletics, robotics, ASB leadership and the Peer Ministry Leadership Team.
Students and staff recently attended Supervisor Cindy Chavez's Women's Leadership Policy Summit where they joined 300 women in an event that showcased powerful women leaders from all age groups and backgrounds. Listening to keynote speakers and attending workshops on key topics including housing, transportation, wage equity and policy inspired students.
Students taking Economics this semester took a walking field trip to visit our downtown neighbor, Heritage Bank, to learn about the opportunities and challenges facing women in the banking industry.
The student retreat program culminates in an optional three-day, two-night retreat at the San Damiano Retreat Center in Danville. Based on a Kairos model, the senior retreat is ...
Notre Dame, Presentation and Bellarmine's ASBs are hosting an ice skating night at Sharks Ice (1500 S 10th St) from 7:30 to 9:30. Admission is $10 per person and includes rink t...
Notre Dame’s Robotics Team, The Janksters, will be revealing the robot they are building for the 2019 Deep Space FIRST Robotics Challenge. Students will present their work and t...
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.