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Led by director Emily King, the Regent Collective Dance Company and Notre Dame dance classes presented their first live performance since 2020 with the modern retelling of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid for an audience of more than 430 people. Choreography for the show, Two Tales, featured a wide range of dance styles including jazz, contemporary, ballet and hip-hop.

Notre Dame High School's First Scholars program provides assistance to students who will be the first in their family to attend college with assistance in navigating the road to a college education. Last week, students in the program attended a panel discussion at Santa Clara University to learn about the college application process from first generation students.

Notre Dame High School’s AAPI Coalition collaborated with other cultural clubs last week to organize a school-wide celebration of the Lunar New Year. The event featured traditional Vietnamese and Filipino dances and games as well as a sampling of delicious snacks.

Senior Anna Yang was recently recognized as one of the top 300 scholars in the Regeneron Science Talent Search 2023, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science and math competition for high school seniors.

Students in Introduction to Engineering wrapped up the third grading period with a class engineering competition. In a test of teamwork, creativity and understanding of the design process, six teams were formed to take on the VEX IQ Challenge: Next Level, a game involving pushing and stacking large plastic hubs.

On Wednesday, Notre Dame High School student body leaders shared a State of the School presentation with the learning community. The presentation highlighted accomplishments from the first semester and forecast many of the activities and events that will take place over the next few months.

Congratulations to Kaitlyn '25 who created the winning logo artwork for our 20th annual Crab Fest! We look forward to welcoming guests back to campus on Saturday, Feb. 4 as we raise funds for co-curricular programs. Thank you, in advance, to the hundreds of dedicated volunteers, attendees and sponsors who make this event such a success every year.

Last week, seniors Myiesha ’23 and Ruth ’23, along with Notre Dame’s Robotics Team, hosted the 9th annual Young Women’s Engineering Symposium (YWES) on the Notre Dame campus with the goal of providing high school students with an opportunity to explore engineering and STEM careers through the experiences of local professionals.

Upcoming Events

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ND Compadres Meeting

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Estamos contentos y queremos compartir e invitarlos a que formen parte de ND Compadres....

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20th Annual Crab Fest

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Our 20th annual Crab Fest will be in person on Saturday, February 4th from 6:00 p.m. to...

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This event will provide parents with information about different types of colleges and ...

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10

Join the counseling team as we welcome back Trust Mental Health for an encore presentat...

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10

Join Notre Dame and Bellarmine Moms for the Rose Garden Walk! This is an opportunity f...

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13

Senior Retreat #1

Start: Feb 13, 2023 End: Feb 15, 2023

Multi-Day Event

The student retreat program culminates in an optional three-day, two-night retreat. Bas...

FEB
15

Senior Retreat #2

Start: Feb 15, 2023 End: Feb 17, 2023

Multi-Day Event

The student retreat program culminates in an optional three-day, two-night retreat. Bas...

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17

Freshman Parent Social

8:10 AM - 9:10 AM

Calling all Freshman Parents! Grab a cup of coffee and join us for a morning social at ...