Philosophy
Athol Murray College of Notre Dame's official philosophy was established from the 1983 – Athol Murray College of Notre Dame Act, and its key article 4 which states:

“The college, founded by Father Athol Murray and the Sisters of Charity of St. Louis, under the patronage of Notre Dame Our Lady, is a residential and coeducational college dedicated to the primacy of the spiritual in true Christian education , with the aims of:

(a) developing individuals with deeply rooted personal values, ready to take responsibility for their own lives and able to serve the true needs of our society in Canada and the world;

(b) maintaining a program of studies and of religious, cultural and social activities, with a special emphasis on athletics, and facilitating the experience of community life in the college through cooperation and competition in the context of the prairie village of Wilcox; and

(c) recognizing its roots in the traditions of the Roman Catholic Church but maintaining an ecumenical outlook, encouraging all of its faculty and students to seek God, put their faith in Him and live in accordance with their belief.”           
 Our Founders
Founded by Fr. James Athol Murray and the Sisters of Charity of St. Louis, under the patronage of Our Lady, Athol Murray College of Notre Dame is Catholic in character but has always been and continues to be open to those of other faiths.
Identity and Spiritual Roots
Athol Murray College of Notre Dame is a private, independent, co-educational boarding high school rooted in the Catholic tradition open to students of all faith backgrounds. The program of the College is developed according to the teachings, morals and liturgical practice of the Roman Catholic Church. The College maintains an ecumenical outlook and encourages all to seek God, put their faith in Him and live in accordance with their belief. 

Athol Murray College of Notre Dame ·

P.O. Box 100 Wilcox · SK, Canada S0G 5E0
Phone: 306-732-2080 · Fax: 306-732-4409 · Email: info@notredame.ca