Four Notre Dame students and three faculty members flew out to St. Louis in late November, to gather with thousands of students and teachers from various Independent Schools around the globe as part of the annual NAIS Student Diversity Leadership Conference and the People of Color Conference.
Percentage of the Class of 2023 pursuing STEM majors in college
Student to Teacher Ratio
Class of 2023 graduates competing in collegiate athletics
Hold Advanced Degrees
Report being very happy or happy with their college choice
"There's no choice but to be a leader here. And students thrive with it - they take it and run. Nobody is going to tell a Notre Dame girl not to speak up for what she believes in, and I think we give them that strength. No one can take that away from us ... all of our experiences from being a student here will always be with us, and I think it lasts forever."
"Some things that have been really special for me at Notre Dame, especially as a transfer, are the school spirit and traditions. Being on Student Council has allowed me to be a part of cultivating that environment and has made Notre Dame feel like more of a home to me. I think our proudest accomplishment is raising more than $3,600 for breastcancer.org during our annual Denim Day fundraiser. The amount of participation and enthusiasm that surround that fundraiser are amazing to be a part of."
Middle School is an essential time for the development of studentship skills and personal development. In order to provide the highest quality of care, Notre Dame has a dedicated Middle School Counselor that supports students during these three years - grades 6, 7, and 8. The Middle School Counselor builds relationships through one-on-one sessions, counseling seminar class, and group interventions.
Eleinna founded the Latin Student Union at ND
"Being in a community with other Latin students gave me the opportunity to learn about different cultures within the Latin community. I wanted to have a platform where we could all meet, share experiences and also open the Latin culture to the Notre Dame community."