We are pleased to offer two HSPT Virtual Prep Sessions to give students tips and tricks to navigate the test. This will be a Zoom Meeting, so please download the Zoom app. You will also need to sign up for each session individually. Please schedule your spots on the calendar below. November 18, 2020 – 6:30 – 8 p.m. HSPT Prep Experience Sessions Sections 1, 2, 3 will be covered (Verbal Skills, Quantitative, Reading) November 19, 6:30-8 pm HSPT Prep Experience Sessions Sections 4, 5, 6, will be covered (Math, Language, Writing). RSVP by clicking the image above.
You are invited to spend some time getting to know Notre Dame Academy. The NDA Admissions staff will answer questions, lead building tours and visit classrooms. Registration is required as we have limited daily spots to ensure your safety. Masks are also required, temperatures will be taken at the main entrance.
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You are invited to learn more about what makes Notre Dame Academy the area’s leading school for the education of young women on Wednesday, October 21 at 6:30 pm.
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She designed the piece using Adobe Photoshop and just kept playing and tweaking everything from the colors to the fonts. “I have a big imagination so working in art allows me to create and express my emotions,” she explained. “I really enjoyed using digital brushwork to design her cape and I loved working in the dark blues and the adding stars in the end.” Caroline is a virtual learner at NDA. She carries a full load academically as an IB, AP, and honors student. Although she is not in the production this weekend, you might see this brilliant artist in the audience! Congratulations Caroline!
Join us for one of our Eagle Evenings for an information presentation and personal tour of NDA. Spaces are limited. Please select one of the following dates: Nov. 10, Nov. 17 or Dec. 1. and RSVP HERE!
For the first time ever, Senior Seyoung Ree participated in the Ohio State University’s College of Engineering Hackathon and her team took third place. The Hackathon, a one-day STEM event for high schoolers, aims at providing students an opportunity to learn about computer science in a fun, engaging, and inclusive environment.
Miss Ree and her team were given the challenge of creating an interactive product that will reduce the SPACE between individuals and the topic of climate change. SPACE can relate to geographic distance, but it can also relate to differences between cultures, livelihoods, or beliefs. Miss Ree states that, “Forming a team with strangers and coming up with a feasible and creative idea for the task was a little bit of a challenge, but by the end of the Hackathon we were all friends! This opportunity allowed me to meet OSU computer science students and other professionals in the field through the various workshops we did!”
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SUNDAY — OCTOBER 18– THE SHOW BEGINS at 5:00 pm. We wish all involved in this outdoor production the best of luck. Students from NDA, Perrysburg High School, Maumee High School, St. Francis de Sales School, E.L. Bowsher High School, and St. John’s Jesuit High School & Academy are involved in this production. 💛💙