Notre Dame High School is a six year Roman Catholic comprehensive school. Our school community seeks to base its words and actions on the gospel values of service to our neighbour and love of God. We recognise the responsibility of parents as the first and foremost educators of their children. Staff at Notre Dame work in partnership with parents to help our young people grow in faith and to develop a mature and personal response to Christ.
Through the work of the head teacher, the staff, the school chaplain and the Julie Billiart group we aim to maintain and develop the Catholic ethos of the school. The carefully designed RE programme is further supported by the wider sacramental and liturgical life of the school through the regular celebration of Holy Mass, special liturgical services, retreats and other such activities.
Although Notre Dame High School is a Catholic school, each year we welcome a number of pupils from different faiths. The developing spirituality of each of our young people is important, as it enhances and contributes to the spiritual life of the whole school community.
As well as being part of Glasgow City Council’s school community, Notre Dame High School is also part of the wider community of Notre Dame schools around the world.
Our updated handbook is available on the right hand sidebar. Please also find a link below.
The Scottish Catholic Education Service (SCES) has a January newsletter that we hope you find interesting and informative.
Please find the link to the newsletter below:
We are excited to share our Winter Newsletter with all!
Please click the link below to view what has been going on in the school this term.
Mrs Martin and Mrs Henderson are participating in this conference with the nine other Notre Dame schools in Britain. This year’s focus is ” The Best is Yet to Come” and we are involved in planning exciting activities to celebrate 2019 – the 50th anniversary of the canonisation of our Foundress, St. Julie Billiart.