The Fund for NDA
Notre Dame Academy's 40 clubs, 35 sports teams, 20 Masses and prayer services and 12 leadership series are just a few examples of what happens in a year at NDA. We’re grateful that you—our families, alumnae and friends—help make all of this (and so much more) possible with contributions to The Fund for NDA.
These annual unrestricted gifts provide vital, flexible-use resources that directly support our operating budget. They allow NDA to continue to provide a values-based, Notre Dame education, rich with a variety of programs and opportunities from AP classes to the arts and athletics that allow our students to discover who they are, who they can become and how they can make a difference in the world.
Every gift makes an impact in the lives of our young women, providing them with the confidence, wisdom and will to lead throughout their lives.
Your investment in our educational technology platform ensures our faculty have the most innovative tools, our students can learn anytime, anywhere and we reduce our environmental footprint.
The Fund for NDA makes it possible to provide a transformative education for every girl who wants to experience Notre Dame, regardless of financial circumstances.
Faith & Justice
As a Catholic school sponsored by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, we guide every young woman in her personal faith formation, inspiring her to see the goodness of God and to honor the dignity of the individual and care for all creation. Support our community service work, spiritual retreats and diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.
With 18 interscholastic sports and 35 teams, NDA provides girls with an incredible opportunity to build confidence, character and courage through competition and teamwork. Help ensure our student-athletes have access to state-of-the-art gear, equipment and coaching.
Did you know that 25% of our graduates pursue college majors in science, technology, engineering and math? Help enrich our academic offerings, lab experiences, robotics courses and STEM programming, so we can close the gender gap and elevate more young women in these fields.