A Dynamic Academic Program that begins with middle school and evolves to a six-year experience that enables students to explore their individual interests, while ensuring academic rigor both in the classroom and in the community by demonstrating measurable success in advance technology, math and science skills and liberal arts.
A Transformative Student Experience preparing young women for the changing landscape by focusing on developing them academically, socially, spiritually, and emotionally. This experience is led by an interdisciplinary team that ensures a positive “whole student” experience with an expanded spectrum of educational opportunities including Clubs and Service Learning, Athletics, Drama, Music, Dance, Leadership Development, and Internships.
An Engaged, Supportive and Supported Community, that leverages Alum, local leaders and organizations who may have not only witnessed and benefited from the value of a single sex educational institution in Worcester County, but can offer our students, staff, and faculty opportunities for academic and personal growth.
A Campus Setting that bolsters academic programming, and Notre Dame’s Strategic Vision through the assessment, development and implementation of a Master Campus Plan that complements a modern and relevant learning environment, is competitive with other peer schools, as well as aesthetically pleasing, safe and secure.
A Sustainable Future led by a dynamic admissions strategy and marketing and fundraising initiatives that incrementally grow enrollment and provide financial need and scholarship opportunities. The future of Notre Dame requires utilizing lessons learned from the pandemic, while continuing to celebrating the tradition and history of Notre Dame.
A Governance model that provides direction and oversight to ensure the Mission, Values and Hallmarks of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur are integral to the Notre Dame student experience and ensure long term viability and relevance of our Catholic identity in the Worcester community.