The art program is alive and well at Notre Dame! With a focus on art as a means of developing a well-rounded individual, each ND student has the option to choose chorus, band, or an art course to add to their schedule. To learn more, read on!
DRAMA CLUB PRESENTS:
May 11 @ St. Vincent's Church, Attica
May 12 @ St. Mary's Church, Batavia
7PM- FREE ADMISSION
With a theater production each year, Notre Dame students express their creative side! With roles to fill on and off the stage, their is an opportunity for everyone to get involved.
This year's production of Addams Family was a great success thanks to the hardwork and dedication of cast and crew as well as their directors Mr. and Mrs. Kehl.
Notre Dame offers a variety of art courses including Introduction to Fine Art, Drawing & Painting, and Graphic Design.
The Notre Dame Music Department is thriving with over 40% of our student body in the chorus and additional enrollment in band, jazz ensemble, handbell choir, and select chorus.
Campus Ministry: Faith is the core of our Mission.
Students of all faiths are invited to participate in various activities including school liturgies, yearly retreats, pastoral counseling, and Christian service programs. The Notre Dame student population identifies ##% as Catholic, ##% Christian, and ##% other or unspecified.
Masses are held monthly as well as special occasions such as Homecoming, Freshmen Welcome and Senior Farewell. In addition, an annual Family Mass is celebrated on the Sunday evening prior to Thanksgiving.
Yearly class retreats are traditional opportunities for students to examine their spirituality and bond with peers. Freshmen classes begin their high school experience with the Camp Hough Retreat (pictured). Sophomore year students go on a day retreat in the fall and Juniors in the spring. Seniors exit activities include an overnight stay at Harvest House in May.
Our faith is put into action by organizing and carrying out activities that benefit people in need such as the Thanksgiving Food Drive and the Christmas Angel Tree. In addition, each year students may go on a service learning trip in Rochester or Camden, NJ where active service, social justice teaching, and theological reflection combine as students respond to the experience of engaging with people living in poverty.
Notre Dame’s mission statement challenges us to prepare young people “to serve in an ever-changing world.” We believe that service to one’s community is an integral part of Christian life and therefore, our program is a graduation requirement.
Notre Dame High School is a member of the NYSPHSAA and Genesee Region League of Section V Athletics. With a full offering of Boys, Girls, and Co-Ed sports- Notre Dame has something for everyone! Over 80% of the student population participates in at least one sport.
Our unparrelled level of performance is exampled through the accumulation of 136 League Championships, 78 Section V Championships, 13 NYS Regions, and 6 NYS Championships. In addition, 90% of teams are earning Section V Scholar Athlete recognition per year.
TRACK & FIELD