Notre Dame Catholic School
Preparing Young People for Extraordinary Lives
At Notre Dame, students learn to join their voices with more than 1.2 billion Catholics across the world in prayer, including their families here at home. Students pray to begin and end each day, study theology and Sacred Scripture, participate in Mass at least once each week, pray the Holy Rosary in October and May, participate in Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament on First Fridays, and pray the Stations of the Cross on Fridays in Lent.
Faculty and staff participate in regular faith formation to deepen their knowledge and understanding of the faith that supports them in their ministry so that they will be better able to prepare their students for full participation in the life of the Church.
Led by our pastor, Father Keith McClellan, the school community is united with the saving mission of the Church in helping to build the Kingdom of God by developing in each youth the many gifts that God has given and by joining those gifts to the endless prayer of the faithful.