Annual Granby Street-Roxbury Luncheon
The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur brought the teachings of Saint Julie Billiart to Boston in 1853, opening the first Boston Academy of Notre Dame on Lancaster Street in the North End. A second Notre Dame Academy quickly followed in 1854 in Roxbury.
As Boston Academy outgrew the Lancaster Street location, it moved to Berkeley Street, then 400 The Fenway, where Emmanuel College was established in 1919. As the college grew, the school moved once more to Granby Street, where it remained until 1954 and combined with the Roxbury campus until 1965.
The 68-acre Hingham campus was developed in 1965 and has remained NDA's home for nearly 60 years.
A Great Opportunity
Each year, we invite Notre Dame Academy alumnae from the Granby/Roxbury campuses to Hingham for an annual luncheon in celebration of the school's heritage. It is an opportunity for alumnae to share memories, connect with fellow alumnae, and explore our 68-acre campus.
Class of 1964
60th Reunion Luncheon
- Date | Thursday, June 15, 2024
- Location | NDA
1073 Main St. Hingham, MA