About Our School

Notre Dame is a co-educational Roman Catholic high school within the Diocese of Allentown. The administration, faculty, and staff, in partnership with the parents and community, are committed to enriching the spiritual, academic, cultural, social, and athletic development of each of our students. Through excellence in teaching and behavior that models Christ-centered values, our students will experience personal growth in a caring environment that nurtures brotherhood, compassion for others, respect for life, self-sacrifice, good citizenship, and the power of faith.

  • FAITHFUL. Notre Dame is a Christ-centered school where each student is welcomed into our faith community to make positive contributions to Church and society
  • LOYAL. Notre Dame strives to offer a rigorous academic program and is committed to expanding the opportunities we offer our students.
  • TRUE. Notre Dame encourages creating well-rounded students that are true to themselves in a spiritual, academic, artistic, and athletic capacity.

The Arts

NDTC (Notre Dame Theatre Company):  Our NDTC consistently entertains twice a year with a Christmas play and a spring musical.  Our students are regularly nominated for Freddy awards. In the 2022-2023 school year, NDTC will have its inaugural performances in the newly constructed auditorium.


Notre Dame High School is a proud and competitive member of the Colonial League and the PIAA.

For a list of athletic opportunities, click HERE.

Special Academic Programing

Through excellence in teaching, we provide an academic program that prepares our students for college, the trades, and service to our local community and our country. Our diverse course offerings encourage each student to grow in their strengths and develop new passions. Over 16 Advanced Placement courses provide rigorous coursework with an emphasis on college preparedness. The Aquinas Program allows students the opportunity to work with a mentor teacher for individualized learning support.

Click HERE for course selection book.

How we support students with learning differences

The Aquinas Program is a Christ-centered, quality academic education program within a Catholic school environment for young adults with learning disabilities. Students are encouraged to work to their full potential and to be respectful of others. Emphasis is placed on helping students gain self-confidence and develop a positive attitude toward academic achievement.

How we support students with college and career counseling

Notre Dame has two highly trained guidance counselors that meet with students throughout the year. Each student has a Naviance account which they use to explore their strengths, career interests, and college and/or career training options. Our juniors also have a minor course - College and Career Planning - that guides them in outlining their future plans.


3417 Church Road, Easton, Pennsylvania 18045, United States

Contact Name

Mandy Kopp, Director of Admissions

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