Students will discover what it it truly means to be a Royal, by preparing not only for college, but also for lifelong learning by empowering themselves. Through collaboration, instilled leadership, dedication to service, and inspired passion for justice and peace in the spirit of Jesus Christ....students will be prepared to succeed in all avenues of their lives.
The aim of NDHS within the context of the total curriculum is to assist each student in becoming an informed Christian who is aware of the gospel’s challenge to accept, develop, and integrate a faith-response into all facets of human life: spiritual, academic, social, cultural, and physical. This faith-response will be achieved upon the acceptance of their social responsibilities and willingness to share their talents.
Incoming freshman need to call or register online for the Placement Test. After testing, registration form must be submitted with registration & instructional fee payment, an official school document showing completion of 8th grade, and shot records.
Transfer students must submit completed application form, a copy of most current report card, and an official transcript from last school attended for review. After an acceptance letter has been received, submit registration form with registration & instructional fee payment, and copy of shot record.
Returning students must submit registration form with registration & instructional fee payment.
"I have never met teachers as passionate as Notre Dame’s and I’m sure my class can agree that these teachers went beyond academics in caring for us. They mentally and spiritually raised us, continuously assuring us that we can depend on them for issues outside of academics at any point of our lives."
"On those days your failures will nearly prevent you from moving along with your dreams, but I challenge you all to have courage every day of your life, to persevere in all you do despite any doubts that may fill your mind, remembering this very quote from our Foundress Blessed Theresa Gerhardinger, “All the works of God proceed slowly and in pain but then, their roots are the sturdier and their flowering the lovelier.”
Notre Dame continues to develop individuals to become the best leaders in our community. Personally, Notre Dame has been instrumental in playing a strong role in both my personal and professional roles. With virtue and knowledge being the foundation of the school, the skills I developed both in the classroom and socially have groomed me to be a respectful and confident individual. The faculty, staff and student body have added a sense of fostering characteristic, which in turn, has molded me to who I am today. Current students and Alumni should maintain a humble heart and a strong sense of Royal pride today and always. Mr. Vince Lombardi said it best when he said, "Leaders are not born, they're made." Those leaders are made at Notre Dame.
I am truly grateful that I have instilled the importance of Family, Love and Humility in the different jobs I have held and continue to hold, because of my upbringing and education. Notre Dame High School is one choice I thank God I made. My daughters Maria Taitano (class of 2009) and Josephine Taitano (class of 2012) also attended Notre Dame. The Class of 86 will always be my Family. While attending Notre Dame, I learned that prayer, being humble, respecting others, and giving of oneself was our mission in life and this was what we were being groomed to be or do.
Notre Dame provided such a nurturing community where I felt comfortable voicing my opinions, sharing new ideas, and really developing my sense of identity. The faculty and students cultivated a spirit of support that I believe I carried with me throughout my post-secondary experiences. There was a true sense of care that I experienced at ND and I strive to transmit this same sense of genuineness to my students. Years after leaving ND, I still feel the same support from the Royal community that I felt as a student-- and I believe that is one of the greatest gifts I've received from ND
Jordan Leon Guerrero (center) wins Department of Youth Affairs Oratorical Contest on March 1, 2018.
Courtney Buendicho (left) volunteered to assist at the event and Ariana Orallo (right) was the alternate participant.
Leon Guerrero presented his speech on the topic
- Rooted: A Culture of Empowerment. This win allows Leon Guerrero to be Governor of Guam for a day in April.
Notre Dame High School, Inc. bases its philosophy on the twofold mission of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, which is to serve the Church in forming a Christian Community and to provide quality education that enables each person to reach the fullness of her/his potential.
The aim of the school within the context of the total curriculum is to assist each student in becoming an informed Christian who is aware of the gospel’s challenge to accept, develop, and integrate a faith-response into all facets of human life: spiritual, academic, social, cultural, and physical. This faith-response will be achieved upon the acceptance of their social responsibilities and willingness to share their talents.
The school offers a curriculum preparatory for college entrance, career choices and family living. Guidance and counseling are basic to the educational program.