Missed our live open house? 
Watch our Open House video below!

Admissions

Information for students thinking of applying to Notre Dame as well as information for newly registered students

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LIVE @ DAME'S HOUSE

On September 29th 2021, we hosted a live (virtual) open house, where parents and potential students could get a taste of what Notre Dame has to offer. 

Watch the video to see for yourself!

Four reasons to choose
Notre Dame

Academic Excellence

We have a reputation for excellence in education.

 

Our graduates are well prepared for University and College.

Single Gender School

Studies have shown* girls can benefit the most in the area of participation when boys are not in the class.

Diverse Student Population

There is a rich and vibrant community, coming from different cultural and contextual backgrounds.

Focus on the Whole Student

We are a  small community nurturing spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional, and personal well-being.

 

Notre Dame is steeped with tradition, but even more powerful is the Notre Dame community that continues to grow and evolve.

Answers to some of the most asked questions

School registration deadline for the 2022-23 Academic year is

November 1, 2021.

 

All applications will be directed to the waitlist after January 13.

(Confirmation or Redirection on January 13)

There are three ways to shop for your school uniform:


1. Your School E-Store

Shop online by ‘searching for our school’ at:

 www.mccarthyuniforms.ca

2. Private Appointments

Are available after June 14th.  Book a personalized fitting by choosing ‘book an appointment’ on your home store site accessible on:

https://www.mccarthyuniforms.ca/ 

3. Your School Call Centre
Your call-centre is open for shopping!

Call 416-593-6900 or toll-free at 1-800-668-8261

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*According to Streitmatter (1998) in the singles sex physics class 87.5% of the girls made an ‘A’ and 12.5% of the girls made a ‘B’; whereas in the coeducational class only 14.3% of the girls made an ‘A’, 14.3% made a ‘B’, and 71.4% made a ‘C’.