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Faith in Education

At NDP, we believe the greatest service we can provide our students is to instill in them a love of learning and to provide them with the necessary skills to pursue God's plan for their lives.

NDP offers a comprehensive college preparatory curriculum designed to prepare young men and women for the rigors of the collegiate world while recognizing that Christ is the common thread woven throughout our curriculum. Our students receive personalized education with our 17:1 student to faculty ratio. Our student to counselor ratio is 115:1, versus local public schools where it is as high as 900:1. 

We offer learning programs that span the spectrum of learners from students who need extra time to master a skill to those who learn quickly and need to be challenged. We incorporate faith and reason in all of our classes. Using an eight-period block schedule, students graduate with 28.5 credits and 120 hours of Christian service to the community. 

By the Numbers


The class of 2023 had a 100% graduation rate!


The majority of our graduates enroll immediately into four-year colleges or universities. 


Our student-teacher ratio ensures that students get the support they need for better learning. 


We offer a wide range of AP and Honors courses to challege students to take on higher learning.

The required course of study includes:

Courses Of Study
Theology 4 credits
English 4 credits
Mathematics 4 credits
Science 4 credits
Social Studies 4 credits
World Language (must be sequential & in same language) 3 credits
Fine Arts and Electives 1.5 credits
Elective Courses 1.5 credits
Personal Fitness 1 credits
Life Management Skills-Health .5 credits
Christian Service
.5 credits
1 credit

A student who transfers to Notre Dame Preparatory from another school must take Theology every semester in attendance at Notre Dame Prep and still must earn 28.5 total credits. Only courses taken at NDP will be averaged into the GPA of each student.

Course Offerings by Department

Additional Courses of Study

  • Advanced Placement is a course of study designed to prepare high school students for college. Colleges and universities may grant placement and course credit to students who obtain high school on the AP examinations.
  • Dual Enrollment offers students the opportunity to take college courses while in high school. Courses are taught by college-approved high school teachers,  and students save time and money by earning both high school and college credits simultaneously at an affordable rate.