About Quincy Notre Dame High School
Quincy, Illinois Catholic Co-Educational High School
Quincy is located on the banks of the Mississippi River 100 miles West of Springfield, Illinois and 120 miles Northwest of St. Louis. It is considered a retail and service industry hub for residents within a 100-mile radius. The city is populated with over 42,000 people and is known for its thriving business sector, including a number of high-tech manufacturers with worldwide reputations. The secondary educational community is served by a public high school of 1800 and Quincy Notre Dame High School of 400 students. There are four parochial elementary schools (Pre-K through 8th) with approximately 1,000 students enrolled.
Quincy Notre Dame, as a Catholic co-educational school, seeks to build a community of learners among its faculty, staff, students, and parents. Founded on faith in God and trust among its members, this community strives to make Catholic values an integral part of its existence. Quincy Notre Dame fosters an environment of consideration and acceptance, while challenging its members to develop their potential through strong educational and extracurricular programs. Quincy Notre Dame strives to prepare its students to assume vital Christian roles in a constantly changing world.
We Are A QND Family
QND has Open Enrollment and accepts students throughout the year.
Our Admissions Office is open and available to help guide you through your high school decision. Contact Mary Pat Vahlkamp at email@example.com or call 217-223-2479 ext. 326 for enrollment information.
Quincy Notre Dame High School admits students of any race, color, sex or national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate based on race, color, sex, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarships and loan programs, and athletic and school administered programs. Our schools do reserve all their rights as religious entities in accord with the teachings of the Catholic Church, the protections of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, and the Illinois Religious Freedom Restoration Act 775 ILCS 35/.