Campus Life

Leadership Opportunities

For both boarding and day students, Notre Dame offers numerous opportunities for students to enhance and apply their leadership skills. Beyond the classroom, the sports fields, and the ice rink, the College offers opportunities for students to learn and practice the fundamental Christian values of respect, tolerance, guidance, responsibility, selflessness, giving, and honesty.

Leadership Opportunities

List of 5 items.

  • House Leaders (Boarding)

    Grade 12 students are selected to assist House Parents in the daily operation of managing a boarding school.
  • Works of Mercy

    Students at Notre Dame are required to perform a minimum of 10 hours of community service per year. 
  • Hounds for Humanity

    Students organize events in conjunction with local community groups. Examples include blood donation clinics, fundraising events, etc.
  • Student Representative Council (SRC)

    The SRC is a group of students who perform numerous functions at the college:
    • A recognized channel of communication between the College and the students.
    • Plan and promote various social functions.
    • Guide and support the College in the promotions of school spirit.
    • Promote an understanding of the rights and privileges, responsibilities and duties of the students.
  • Duke of Edinburgh Award Program

    The Duke of Edinburgh Award Program is an exciting self-development program available to all young people. This program equips young people with the necessary life skills to make a difference to themselves, to their communities, and to the world. Now reaching over 100 countries, the program motivates young people to undertake a variety of voluntary and challenging activities.

    The program asks students to commit to excellence in areas of service, expeditions, skills, and physical recreation. It is about making a lasting impact on both the participant and their communities. This Award has three levels (Bronze, Silver and Gold) which reflect age, achievement, and development.

    Participation in this challenging, yet rewarding leadership program is open to students in Grade 10,11and 12.

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