Pandas Present at Everybody Counts

Dr. Ericson, Mrs. Goldcamp, Teagan Lanterman, Mikayla Schornack, Emery Graham, and Carissa Stahl participated in the Everybody Counts Program at St. Pius. NDA’s four student representatives spoke to the 5th grade students at St. Pius about learning disorders and how to use strategies, supports and accommodations to break down the barriers that learning disorders cause … Read more

Uganda Pandas 5K Walk/Run

Get ready for this year’s Uganda Pandas 5K walk/run on Saturday, April 22, 2023. Money raised from this event will benefit the Sisters of Notre Dame’s Ugandan Mission. Just like our school in Park Hills, KY, this school was founded by the Sisters of Notre Dame. Money raised through the 5K will support the educational … Read more

TLC Makes a Difference

On Saturday March 4, seniors from the Teen Leadership Club provided a couple hours of service at Matthew 25 Ministries sorting medical supplies.  Once sorted, the supplies can then be sent overseas to areas where such supplies are not readily available. Pictured from left to right: Abigail Sheely, Tori Danneman, Leah Kokocinski, Bella Marita, and … Read more

Thank You to our Corporate Sponsors!

Notre Dame Academy is fortunate to have generous Corporate and Event Sponsors for the Women Making A Difference Luncheon, the Annual Golf Outing and the Light the Night for NDA fall fundraiser. Their ongoing support helps to provide tuition assistance to those students who may not otherwise be able to benefit from a Notre Dame … Read more

Family Time at NDA!

Now that our Families have identified their Patron Saints they have been working on incorporating those saints into their hallway decor. They have taken the last two Fridays to work on making posters and spirit wear designs. Some great posters have come from it and it was a great opportunity to build community!  

Girl Up Day

Girl Up day is back! On Saturday April 1, we invite 4th-8th grade girls to come to NDA from 9 a.m. – noon. This is a great opportunity for all young women to learn all about leadership and women empowerment. They will engage with other young women from all over the diocese, play fun games, … Read more

Making a Difference Through Art

Many of NDA’s talented art students participated in a service project called The Memory Project again this year. The mission of The Memory Project is for Art students to create portraits for youth around the world who have been neglected, orphaned, or disadvantaged. The portraits are sent to the children, who typically have very little … Read more