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Activities

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ACTIVITIES

There is more to being a Titan

Becoming a student at Notre Dame means getting involved. An extensive variety of organizations, services, and programs have been established to enhance the academic life and total education of each Notre Dame student. Activities include the athletic programs, theater and musical productions, academic competitions such as Mock Trial, academic honor societies, and clubs chartered by the Associated Student Body.

Associated Student Body (ASB)

Through Leadership, Ownership, and Accountability, the Associated Student Body (ASB) program strives to create a memorable experience for all students on campus, promote school unity and spirit, and to grow student leaders. ASB actively works to ensure that student activities and campus life are alive and well. ASB officers are elected into office by class elections. Functions sponsored by the ASB include dances, assemblies, pep rallies, Prom, and Homecoming.

Mentor Program

Each student at Notre Dame High School is assigned to a Mentor Group lead by a Faculty Mentor. Faculty Mentors will act as a personal resource to students as they navigate their high school career. The mentor program serves multiple purposes with an emphasis on enhancing the student’s experience of the Notre Dame Cor Unum et Anima Una culture.

A significant role of the mentor program is to enhance the caring Catholic school environment by modeling for our students a Catholic Christian Spirituality and faith life. Additionally the mentor program intends to provide support to each student academically in various capacities, such as helping a struggling student regain focus, or directing students toward resources to help them be successful. The Faculty Mentor relationships may include non-academic activities such as sharing a meal with the mentor group or off campus learning opportunities and field trips. Faculty Mentors may also encourage students to serve others through shared community service projects, by organizing drives, by joining students on a walk for a cause, or by encouraging them to reach out to their classmates in kind and generous ways.

Off Campus Learning Opportunities

In recognition of the value of learning experiences that occur beyond the classroom, school leadership encourages off-campus field trips and activities that reinforce course content.