Current Students and Parents

Panda Press Weekly

The Panda Press Weekly is an e-Newsletter for the Families of Notre Dame Academy. It includes brief letter from our principal as well as current information to keep NDA families informed. Please note, because the newsletter is updated weekly some hyperlinks in the earlier issues may not work.

NDA Students

Panda Podcast

Did you know that our talented Publications students at NDA are now producing a weekly podcast? Students talk about all sorts of things, like club activities, athletics, school spirit and academics.

NDA Students

The Gavel

The Gavel is an online newspaper produced by the NDA publications class. This publication has been reporting the news inside and outside of the classrooms at Notre Dame Academy for over 100 years. Until 2011, the Gavel was a printed newspaper. In an effort to be more eco-friendly and give access to more readers, NDA students moved to an online version of the newspaper. The Gavel was recently redesigned to a magazine layout to further update it.

Alumnae Publication

The Notre Damian

The Notre Damian is a publication of the Notre Dame Academy Advancement Office. It is published three times a year and is filled with alumnae updates, reunion information, and important news about upcoming NDA alumnae and student events. It is currently distributed to over 10,000 alumnae, parents, and friends of Notre Dame Academy through either print or electronic media.

If you are not currently receiving The Notre Damian but would like to be put on our mailing list or receive the Notre Damian in an easy to read electronic format, please contact the NDA Advancement Office at 859.292.7729 or email Lisa Willenbrink Mosley.

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Academy Archives

The Academy Archives are blog posts regarding the rich history of Notre Dame Academy. Founded by the Sisters of Notre Dame (SND) in 1906, Notre Dame Academy has a strong educational heritage grounded in the SND tradition and charism which has served young women of our area for over a century. Readers from every generation will enjoy these journals written by NDA archivists Sr. Dolores Giblen (2008-2019) and Nancy Stratman (2020-current).