This Sunday, Notre Dame Academy kicks off our first ever Open House Experience week. For the last several months, NDA has been finding creative ways to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic so that we can keep our young women engaged in meaningful learning. Our Open House is no exception and we have innovated and put together a number of ways to share the Notre Dame Academy experience with our prospective students and parents, alumnae, donors and friends of NDA – all week long! Our week features a new interactive virtual tour of NDA, Panda Sneak Peek in person Information Sessions, Virtual Interest Sessions, individual tours and more!
We will kick the events off with our Open House Panda Parking Lot Pep Rally on Sunday, November 8, from 1-2 p.m. Drive through campus where you will be welcomed by the Sisters, faculty, staff and students of Notre Dame Academy and experience the uplifting sounds of our NDA/CCH Band. We will also have some NDA gifts for those prospective Pandas who come by as well.
As Northern Kentucky’s only Catholic college preparatory high school exclusively for young women, we are excited to offer a variety of opportunities to learn about Notre Dame Academy. You can find the link for these events during the week at our website. One of the highlights of this experience is a new interactive virtual tour of NDA. Please take a few minutes to click on the link and learn about the many features of our campus, as well as information about our programs that support the academic, personal, physical and spiritual development of our students.
A century ago the Sisters of Notre Dame came to the greater Cincinnati area and, in 1906, opened the doors of Notre Dame Academy for the very first time. From that campus on 5th street in Covington, Kentucky, to our current location in Park Hills, the NDA tradition has continued to grow and flourish. Our Pandas have been ignited with a passion for learning ever since the days of our founding. We welcome all to our 2020 Open House Experience at NDA and we are excited to share that legacy and all it has meant to our school as we work to educate young women to make a difference in our world.