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Notre Dame's Robotics Team, The Janksters, competed at Capital City Classic, their second and final 2018 off-season competition, in Davis in late October. The Janksters traveled with only a third of the team, about 20 people, which meant many people stepped into new roles.

The more than 100 student athletes participating in volleyball, cross country, tennis and golf  wrapped up their 2018-19 fall season last night with an awards ceremony. Seventeen students were recognized by the West Bay Athletic League for their outstanding performance with Nadia Truong and Cailin Le earning MVP designations.

Students Hold Mock Elections

November 8, 2018

One of the values and traditions of Notre Dame is its engagement in the community. The school is committed to fostering active membership in society including participation in elections. For this important midterm election 21 Notre Dame students were trained and working the polls throughout the county on Tuesday.

Twenty-three vocalists and instrumentalists performed for a crowd of more than 1,900 at the YWCA Inspire Luncheon held at the convention center this week. The students, who wore t-shirts emblazoned with "I believe Anita & Christina and You," earned a standing ovation for their performance of You Will be Found from the musical Dear Evan Hansen.

The Notre Dame campus and Pardini Park were transformed into a playground for historical figures, evil witches and all manner of creative characters on Wednesday as students, faculty and staff celebrated Halloween with a costume contest, games, food and fun including the ever-popular donut on a string game!

Notre Dame's fall drama production was twice as much fun as usual this year as the cast and crew worked to bring two productions, Cinderella, Cinderella and Twinderella to audiences. The cast and crew, comprised of more than 120 students, brought delight to family and friends in the audience over two weekends. In addition, the production was performed for local children's groups.

Notre Dame’s junior class had the opportunity to hear a performance by No-No Boy, a multimedia concert performed by Julian Saporiti and Erin Aoyama this week. No-No Boy aims to illuminate an understudied past and in doing so, generate conversations about the present with diverse audiences. Using music to process their research and family legacies, Saporiti and Aoyama return often to a refrain they’ve heard spoken by those who have lived through the trauma of war and incarceration, “Do not let this happen, again.”

The Class of 2022 gathered with parents, faculty, and staff for the annual Freshman Family Liturgy this week. This teaching mass offers an introduction to Catholic liturgy and includes connections to prayer practices from the many faiths represented in our diverse community.

Upcoming Events

NOV 17

The Young Women's Engineering Symposiums give high school girls the opportunity to meet with professional women engineers who work in various fields of engineering (such as biom...

NOV 18

Solidarity Dinner

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Notre Dame's Solidarity Dinner provides guests with an opportunity to learn more about our Global Education Program and the experiences our students have as they stand in solida...

NOV 21

Thanksgiving Holiday - No Classes

Start: Nov 21, 2018 End: Nov 23, 2018 Multi-Day Event
NOV 26

Classes resume

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
NOV 27

Having high expectations is a good thing right? Join Ms. Rolfson, Ms. Valentine, Ms. Battisti and Ms. Holohan for this session where we will be talking about how expectations sh...

NOV 29

Christmas in Pardini Park

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Join us in Pardini Park for the lighting of over 40 trees decorated by classes, clubs and co-curricular programs! Taste cookies made by Notre Dame students and parents while enj...

NOV 29

ND/BCP Symphonic Band Concert

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Join family and friends at Bellarmine's Sobrato Center for a performance by the Notre Dame/Bellarmine College Prep Symphonic Band.


The Regent Harmonies, the Regent Collective Dance Company, and the Advanced Choir will be performing a selection of holiday pieces at the Community Stage at Christmas in the Par...