Notre Dame Preparatory School

Notre Dame Preparatory School is one of Baltimore's oldest Catholic, college preparatory school for young women. The school was founded by the School Sisters of Notre Dame in 1873.

15 Notre Dame Prep Students Receive 23 Regional Art, Writing Awards

Sister Patricia McCarron, SSND, Ph.D., headmistress of Notre Dame Preparatory School, announced on February 2 that 15 NDP students have earned regional recognition for this year’s Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, some taking home multiple honors. All told, NDP students earned a total of 23 awards in creative writing and fine arts categories.

Beginning the SSND Journey Together

Seventeen leaders from seven sponsored ministries and province departments gathered virtually from all parts of the Atlantic-Midwest Province for the New Employee Orientation (NEO), offered on Tuesday morning, November 9th and Wednesday afternoon, November 10th.

Girls develop skills and strength in NDP tech program

“We’ve been kind of bootstrapping this program for a number of years,” said Neil Hrdlick, NDP’s computer science instructor and general technology champion. “We’ve been turning up the energy every year, and we’re getting the groundswell.”

Coach of the Decade - Terry Byrd

After Notre Dame Preparatory School earned the first three Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference swimming titles in its formative years, McDonogh School won the next eight championships. Terri Byrd, NDP’s coach since 2006, then found a way to stop the Eagles’ juggernaut by using the Blazers’ depth to take four out of the next five banners during the past decade.