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Notre Dame School campaign is 90% complete

The Notre Dame School of Dallas has raised 90 percent of its $11 million Hearts & Hammers Campaign to improve its facility and programming, according to campaign chair Mary Terry. She made the announcement Saturday at the school’s 32nd annual fundraiser at the Hilton Anatole. Notre Dame serves North Texas children and young adults of all faiths as Dallas’ only school dedicated to youth
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Notre Dame School has a Fresh, New Look – Dallas Uptown BubbleLife – Dallas Uptown & Arts District, Texas

Notre Dame School of Dallas welcomed the 2015 school year with a newly renovated building.  Students and faculty greeted the school year with bright classrooms, large windows and new furnishings.  Dark classrooms and corridors have been replaced with light and playful paint and lockers.  Large windows bring in natural light and views of the surrounding Uptown neighborhood. The second and final phase of the
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Take a look at our construction photos!

Notre Dame breaks ground (and walls) this summer on an $11 million capital campaign. Interior space has been gutted and the former gymnasium and cafeteria have been torn down to make way for all new construction. The north side of the building has been removed to add additional square footage and a redesigned entry and reception area. Take a look at the progress in
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Notre Dame School Breaks Ground on Campus Renovation

Notre Dame School of Dallas has broken ground on an $11 million Capital Campaign.  The Hearts & Hammers Capital Campaign, chaired by Mary Terry, includes a campus-wide renovation, increase to the endowment, additional faculty and staff, and additional transportation to support vocational programs. The school building was last renovated in 1989, and many upgrades are required to simply meet safety standards. Necessary capital improvements include
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Notre Dame School Entertains with Annual Spring Show

On March 27, Notre Dame School entertained a crowd of more than 900 at Lovers Lane United Methodist Church with its 4th annual Spring Show.  Students delighted the audience with various acts focused around the “Notre Dame Goes Hollywood” theme.  With every class reenacting their favorite Hollywood movie, friends and families laughed and clapped along to favorite songs and skits such as Ghostbusters, Happy,
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