Education at NDA is designed to meet the needs of each individual student, but ultimately each individual will gain from school according to the effort applied. To increase the degree of education success it is imperative that teachers, parents, and administrators communicate openly and frequently concerning the progress of students.
As a Catholic School, Notre Dame Academy is part of the Church's ministry of spreading and teaching Christ's Gospel message. We strive to enable our students to view human existence in terms of divinely appointed goals, to follow moral standards of conduct, and to achieve integrity of character. We strive to help our students become conscious of their worth, values, duties and goals as individual members of Christ's community. through these efforts, we also strive to have each student become aware of the value and respect of every person.
Teachers are certified and are called to be loving, caring, and gently persons who enthusiastically motivate our students. In the spirt of the gospel, we try to foster peace, love, patience, honesty, and respect for others as e accept all in our school.
Notre Dame Academy makes special efforts to create and promote a good relationship between the home and the school. Newsletters, regular conferences, progress reports, memos, and direct contact with parents are part of these efforts. Parents are encouraged to initiate their own contacts whenever necessary.
Teachers and administrators share with you the responsibility to develop proper attitudes and skills necessary for your children to become self-disciplined in today's world. Freedom, with responsibility, is respecting the rights of others and doing what you know is right. We expect our students to be responsible for their actions.
Let us work together to provide academic excellence, family values, and Christian example.
The mission of South Buffalo Catholic School is to provide a comprehensive Catholic education dedicated to inspiring students to
achieve the highest academic, moral and Christian values.