Academic Highlights

Notre Dame strives to promote the Academic and Spiritual well-being of every student. Challenging courses in academics are teamed with a strong foundation of Theology instruction to prepare students for active participation in the workplaces and communities of the future. Emphasis is placed on a four year program in Theology, Math, Science, English, Social Studies and at least two years of a Foreign Language. Additional courses are available in practical arts (Business, Family and Consumer Science), fine arts (Choirs, Band, Drama, Visual Arts), and physical education.

Curriculum Guide

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A+ Scholarship Program

Notre Dame Regional High School voluntarily participates in the A+ Scholarship Program, administered by the Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development (MDHEWD). Funding is available for students who complete the program and attend one of the participating Missouri community colleges or vocational/technical schools. Also, some four-year Missouri colleges internally provide funds to those who complete the program. This opportunity is available to Notre Dame students as long as 1) Notre Dame Regional High School maintains the designation of an A+ School, and 2) funding is appropriated to the program by the state. A full listing of the requirements is available online at the link below.  See the A+ Coordinator for more information.

Academic News

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Graduation 2020
Summer 2020 at NDHS
Notre Dame Regional High School’s FBLA Makes Appearance at Nationals
Congratulations Class of 2020
Tim Garner Named Principal of Notre Dame Regional High School
2020 Virtual Band Concert