The Academy Family

Alumni class posing in libraryAcademy of Notre Dame Alumnae are more than 4,000 strong, living and working in 40 states and more than 8 foreign countries. As artists and athletes, entrepreneurs and educators, scholars and philanthropists, they're meeting the demands of global citizenship with skills and habits developed in classrooms, studios, and labratories on the Academy of Notre Dame campus.

If you are part of the Academy of Notre Dame family, you enjoy a sense of community and caring that endures long after you leave NDA. You share the remarkable legacy of an Academy of Notre Dame education—and you are NDA’s legacy, too.

These alumnae web pages are here as your resource. Find old friends and make new ones, learn about coming events on the Academy’s campus or in your area, catch up on the latest news about classmates, browse class notes and photo galleries, and find out what's been happening on campus since your last visit.  

Get Connected and Stay Connected with your worldwide alumnae community!

To Alumni from the Class of 2011:

According to State Regulation No. 630M23.06, your temporary record which consists of all information not contained in the official school transcript, shall be destroyed no later than seven (7) years from the date of the student’s withdrawal, transfer, or graduation. The records may include, but are not limited to, standardized test results, extra-curricular activities, and teacher evaluations.

This summer, we will be destroying student records for those who graduated in 2011.  It is your right to obtain these records before they are destroyed.  

If you wish to obtain your records, please contact the Guidance Office at the Academy before July 31st, 2018. The phone number is 978-649-7611, ext. 333 or 334. Your records will then be held for a period of thirty (30) days after you contact the office.  If you will not be picking up the records yourself, you will need to provide your designee with signed permission for us to release your records to the designee.

The permanent record will be kept for sixty (60) years.