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Notre Dame Academy (Green Bay, Wisconsin)

Notre Dame de la Baie Academy
Address
610 Maryhill Drive
Green Bay, Wisconsin, (Brown County), 54303-2092
United States
Coordinates
Information
Type Private
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Patron saint(s) Our Lady of the Bay
Established 1990
President Kevin Shaw
Principal John Ravizza
Asst. Principal Greg Masarik
Faculty 51 (2013-2014)
Grades 912
Gender Coeducational
Enrollment 800 (2015/2016)
 • Grade 9 174
 • Grade 10 212
 • Grade 11 212
 • Grade 12 204
Classes offered International Baccalaureate
Hours in school day 7
Color(s) Royal blue, kelly green and white             
Fight song "Notre Dame Victory March"
Athletics conference Fox River Classic
Mascot Triton
Team name Tritons
Rival Green Bay Southwest Trojans
Accreditation North Central Association of Colleges and Schools[1]
Newspaper The Tritonian
Tuition $5,100 for Catholics
$6,100 for non-Catholics
$7,700 for international students
Affiliation Norbertine Order
Athletic Director Jeanne Stangel
Website

Notre Dame de la Baie Academy is a co-educational Roman Catholic high school in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The name is French for "Our Lady of the Bay". Located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Green Bay, and co-sponsored with the Norbertine Order, Notre Dame has an enrollment of approximately 740 students.

Notre Dame Academy is a member of the Fox River Classic Conference for athletics. Jeanne Stangel is the director of athletics. In its area, Notre Dame, a Division 2 school (however, some teams play in Division 1, 2, and 3), plays against mostly Division 1 and 2 schools.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Academics 2
  • Athletics 3
  • Notable Alumni 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

History

The school was created by the consolidation of three former Catholic high schools: St. Joseph Academy, an all-girls school founded in 1896; Abbot Pennings High School, an all-boys school founded in 1898 as St. Norbert High School; and Our Lady of Premontre High School, an all-boys school founded in 1941 as Catholic Central High School. Premontre later became co-ed shortly before the three separate Catholic High Schools merged.

Since its creation in 1990, the school has maintained a focus on an independent college preparatory curriculum. In April 2007, it received authorization from the International Baccalaureate Organization to include the IB Diploma Program in its curriculum.

Academics

  • 2007 Metro Math League second place
  • 2012 Metro Math League second place

Athletics

  • 1990 WISAA girls' cross country state champion
  • 1991 WISAA boys' cross country state champion
  • 1992 WISAA football state champion
  • 2000 FRVC varsity baseball champion
  • 2001 WIAA boys' soccer state champion
  • 2001 WIAA girls' basketball state champion
  • 2002 WIAA girls' tennis state champion
  • 2002 WIAA boys' track state champion
  • 2003 WIAA girls' tennis state champion
  • 2003 WIAA football state champion
  • 2006 FRVC conference varsity football champion
  • 2006 WIAA girls' golf state champion
  • 2007 WIAA boys' tennis singles state champion
  • 2007 WIAA boys' golf state champion
  • 2007 Green Bay Press-Gazette Athletic School of the Year
  • 2007 WIAA girls' golf state champion
  • 2007 WIAA boys' soccer state champion
  • 2008 WIAA girls' state tennis champion
  • 2008 WIAA girls' state golf champion
  • 2008 WIAA boys' state soccer champion
  • 2008 FRCC conference varsity football champion
  • 2011 WIAA boys' golf state champion
  • 2011 WACPC girls dance team state champion
  • 2012 WACPC girls dance team state champion
  • 2012 WIAA boys' ice hockey state champion
  • 2012 WIAA boys' tennis team state champion
  • 2012 WLF boys' lacrosse state champion
  • 2013 WIAA girls' basketball state champion
  • 2013 WLF boys' lacrosse state champion
  • 2014 WIAA girls' basketball state champion
  • 2014 WIAA girls' cross country state champion

Notable Alumni

  • NHL

References

  1. ^ NCA-CASI. "NCA-Council on Accreditation and School Improvement". Retrieved 2009-06-23. 

External links

  • Official website
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