Notre Dame Academy is nestled on an 18-acre campus that includes athletic fields, a prayer garden including a Japanese rock garden that was created and installed by NDA art students, outside dining and studying areas. NDA’s landscaping highlights flowering trees, colorful perennials, resting benches, and a dedicated rose garden. The campus also includes its own theater, a gymnasium and fitness room, a chapel, dance studio, dining commons, resource and makerspace center, broadcast studio, art studio (including pottery kilns), science labs, and a technology center.
Our campus is built around, and for student, academic and mental health success. Throughout the building are hydration stations, common areas that include charging stations for their learning technologies with time carved out of their daily schedule for the sole purpose of meeting with teachers regarding academic questions and to eat a nutritious snack. The entire building is equipped a brand new HVAC system so that learning may continue without the distraction of extreme temperatures.
Among all of the amenities you will also find the presence of Mother Mary, the Patron Saint of Notre Dame Academy, throughout our campus. Her presence can be found prominently at the entry of our school, in hallways, classrooms, and offices, and of course, in the NDA Chapel.
Many people know that NDA is on the corner of Monroe and Sylvania. We want to share how blessed we are to have a campus dedicated and equipped for learning and spiritual growth, as well as, how thankful we are to the donors who support the additions and upgrades along with the individuals who maintain these amenities; namely Building Supervisor at NDA and 30 year staff member, Mr. Steve Demski, Dustin Williams, Pat Cluckey, Dawn Barrow, and Patrik Davison. We hope you enjoy this glimpse of Behind NDA: Our Campus, Not Just a Corner!