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NDJA opens its doors to the future

Toledo: President of Notre Dame Academy, Sister Mary Ann Culpert, SND; Principal of Notre Dame Junior Academy, Nichole Flores; faculty and staff of both NDA and NDJA, NDJA students, their families, Sisters of Notre Dame, and friends of the Notre Dame community were in attendance on August 23, 2007 for the Notre Dame Junior Academy ribbon cutting ceremony at 3535 W. Sylvania Ave. Toledo, Ohio.

The Notre Dame Junior Academy is home to forty-four 7th and 8th grade adolescent women and offers them a unique opportunity to get an early start on their Notre Dame Academy education. Notre Dame Junior Academy is committed to providing an exceptional educational experience to prepare young women for success in Notre Dame Academy’s proven college preparatory program.

“We are blessed to have families who have embraced Catholic education and academic excellence in the tradition of the Sisters of Notre Dame,” said Principal of Notre Dame Junior Academy, Nichole Flores.

The new Junior Academy provides young women with unparallel resources.  The NDJA students have use of Notre Dame Academy facilities, including the Ave Maria Performing Arts Center/Theatre, LaValley gymnasium, state-of-the-art science labs and dining hall. Laptop computer technology is in use with the correlation of Smart Boards creating a highly interactive classroom experience. Students can also choose from a full range of after school clubs and sports.

“The opening of Notre Dame Junior Academy is really the rebirth of the 7th and 8th grade program that Notre Dame Academy hosted back in 1930s. What we are doing today is welcoming back this wonderful 7th and 8th grade age group to be among us and once again provide an exceptional education in an atmosphere dedicated solely to the physical, psychological, intellectual and spiritual needs of young women,” said Sr. Mary Ann Culpert.






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