The Notre Dame Schools are made up of a three and four year old pre-school, kindergarten through sixth grade elementary and a seven through twelve junior/senior high building. Students make the transition from the sixth grade up to the junior high level smoothly after numerous tours of the junior/senior high building and classrooms. Students from the eighth grade seemlessly transition into the ninth grade as well. No junior high students are in classes with high school students. Notre Dame Elementary is a high quality Catholic school committed to building the Kingdom of God. Student learning in a nurturing environment of mutual respect is a top priority, challenging each student to produce quality work, to provide service to others, and to become a lifelong learner. The mission of Notre Dame Catholic Junior and Senior High School is to provide all students with a Catholic environment and the resources to develop in stewardship, scholarship, and citizenship according to Gods plan. Notre Dame students practice their faith at school. Each day begins with prayer and each school gathers for Mass regularly. We welcome students of all faiths. A campus minister and/or priest is always available to the students. Our athletic program has a winning tradition. We are part of the Southern Ohio Conference. Our sports teams have won several SOC championships, district, regional and even state championships.
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