Welcome New Students!

Congratulations on your acceptance to Notre Dame Academy!


Welcome to the New Student webpage. This page was designed to guide you through the coming months as we officially welcome you to our community and make sure that you are completely prepared for the fall.

As always, please contact the Admissions Office at any time with questions that you may have. Patricia Spatola P'02 '09, Director of Admissions, can be reached at 781.749.5930 ext.2234 or at pspatola@ndahingham.com.

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International Baccalaureate Programme

We are excited to announce that NDA is now an International Baccalaureate World School! We are the only all-girls school in eastern Massachusetts and the first private school on the South Shore to offer the IB Diploma Programme.

To learn more about this amazing educational opportunity for NDA's next generation of students, click here!

Course Selection 2018-2019

As we move forward with course selection for the 2018-2019 school year, families are encouraged to visit our "Departments and Courses" web page.

View our course selection book and learn more about the academic departments by clicking here!

Accepted Students Night

On March 1, members of the Class of 2022 and the Class of 2024 gathered with their families at NDA's annual Accepted Student Night event. The evening showcased the NDA community and everything it has to offer.

Thank you to all of the families that attended our Accepted Student Night!

For a video recap of the evening, click here!

Important Dates

Uniform and Technology Day
May 1 from 3:00-6:00 p.m.

New Student Orientation
May 22 from 5:00-7:00 p.m.

Carpool Information

Explore your New Community

Departments & Courses

A wide variety of classes

The Girls School Advantage

Why all-girls is best!

Guidance & College Counseling

Discover the Right College

Technology

Bring Your Own Device

Global Education

Travel the World with NDA

Meet Our Students

Students come from more than 30 different towns.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does a typical school day look like?

Students begin their day with homeroom at 7:45 a.m. Notre Dame Academy utilizes a modified block schedule with an eight-day rotating cycle. Within each cycle, there are six days composed of eight 40-minute periods and two days made up of four 85-minute periods. The daily lunch period is 32 minutes long. Students are dismissed at 2:20 p.m.

How Do I Register My Daughter for Fall 2018?

You should have received an enrollment card in your acceptance packet. Simply complete the enrollment card and mail it to NDA along with a check for the registration fee and tuition deposit. Contact Mrs. Patricia Spatola P'02 '09 at 781.749.5930 ext. 2234 or pspatola@ndahingham.com if you have any questions! The deadline to register your daughter is March 15 for the Class of 2022 or 2024.

How Do I Schedule A Tour?

The Admissions Office offers tours on select Tuesday afternoons at 3:00 p.m. Hosted by a member of our Key Club, Tuesday Tours provide a chance for prospective families to explore our classrooms, facilities, library, chapel, and more after school hours. Log into your Ravenna account to check available dates!

What Are the Uniform Requirements?

Notre Dame students wear uniforms. The uniform includes a plaid skirt, a white or navy monogrammed polo shirt, and a navy monogrammed sweatshirt or fleece sweater. Navy Blue pants are an optional item. Seniors may wear a red sweater or polo, in addition to the white and navy options.

What activities are available after school?

We often say that campus is livelier after the last bell. NDA students take part in a wide variety of activities, including more than 30 co-curricular clubs and programs, 42 athletic teams, and a variety of offerings in drama, music, and art. You can find a full list of activities on our website under “Student Life.”

Does the school provide any transportation options?

Most families choose to carpool to NDA, as they find it is the most flexible and economical means of transportation. Each spring, the Admissions Office works with incoming and current families to coordinate carpools for the following school year. A private bus is available, for a fee, for students from the Milton/Quincy area. Hingham residents are able to take advantage of Hingham Public Schools buses. Learn more here!