Notre Dame High School (Easton, Pennsylvania)
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|Notre Dame High School|
|3417 Church Road
Bethlehem Township, Pennsylvania, (Northampton County) 18045
|Motto||Ipsam sequens non devias.
(If you follow Her, you will never go astray.)
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic|
|School district||Allentown Diocese Schools|
|Oversight||Notre Dame High School, Inc. Board of Directors|
|Principal||Mario A. Lucrezzi|
|Chaplain||Rev. Bob George|
|Color(s)||Navy blue and old gold|
|Slogan||It's A Great Day To Be A Crusader!|
|Athletics conference||Colonial League|
|Rival||Wilson Area High School|
|Accreditation||Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools|
|Average SAT scores||1607 (2400 system)|
|Advancement Director||Cheryl Fenton|
|Athletic Director||Amy Rogers|
Notre Dame High School, also known as Notre Dame Green Pond, is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Bethlehem Township, near Easton, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Allentown.
The school has students from four surrounding Pennsylvania counties and two counties in New Jersey. It has a broad socioeconomic background and varies in character from urban to suburban. The community is mostly residential with several commercial and light industrial areas. Notre Dame offers the Aquinas Program, which offers education to children with learning disabilities.
The school also has several international students.
Activities and athletics
Notre Dame competes within the Colonial League and District XI. They are noted for their basketball program. They are rivals with neighboring Wilson Area High School. They field the following varsity sports in the boys' category: football, soccer, cross country, golf, basketball, wrestling, tennis, track, baseball, and have an agreement with local Moravian Academy to let Notre Dame students play lacrosse and field hockey for them. Notre Dame also fields girls' volleyball, cross country, tennis basketball, soccer, track and softball.
Notes and references
- MSA-CSS. "MSA-Commission on Secondary Schools". Retrieved 2009-05-26.