Nestled in the heart of the Beach community, Notre Dame was founded in 1941 by the Congregation of Notre Dame.
Built on a vision of academic excellence and spiritual values, we aim to educate young women to assume leadership roles in their families, the church and the global village.
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Notre Dame campus has three sites:
Main Building: In the main building, you can find the Main Office, Guidance Office, the Gymnasium, Special Education Resource Room, Library, Cafeteria, Chaplain's Office. You will also find Extended French, Health and Physical Education, Technological Education, as well as Math and Science rooms.
O'Connor Building: In the O'Connor building, you can find Canadian and World Studies, English, Social Sciences, Business, and Religious Education classrooms.
Third floor of St. John Elementary School: this is where you will find Visual Arts, Dramatic Arts, and Co-operative Education.
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Notre Dame High School is an inclusive faith-based community that is part of the Toronto Catholic District School Board. It provides students a nurturing, single-gender learning environment that focuses on service, excellence and leadership.
Notre Dame High School strives to achieve excellence in education, innovation in thinking practices, and an understanding of global perspectives.