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Mount Notre Dame High School Address 711 East Columbia Avenue Reading, Ohio, (Hamilton County), 45215-3927  United States Coordinates 39°13′15″N 84°25′47″W / 39.22083°N 84.42972°W / 39.22083; -84.42972Coordinates: 39°13′15″N 84°25′47″W / 39.22083°N 84.42972°W / 39.22083; -84.42972 Information Type Parochial, all-female, college preparatory Motto Empowering and Challenging Young Women Since 1860 Religious affiliation Roman Catholic Established September 17, 1860 President Sr. Rita M. Sturwold Principal Maureen Baldock Grades 9–12 Gender All Female School Enrollment 750 (2008) Campus Suburban Color(s) Columbia blue and Navy blue          Athletics conference Girls Greater Cincinnati League Team name Cougars Accreditation(s) North Central Association of Colleges and Schools [1] Publication MNData Newspaper Paw Prints Yearbook Mountain Lore Affiliation Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur Website http://www.mndhs.org/ Mount Notre Dame High School (often abbreviated MND or Mt. Notre Dame) is a private, all-female, college-preparatory high school in Reading, a city in Hamilton County, Ohio north of Cincinnati, Ohio. Founded in 1860, Mt. Notre Dame originally was a boarding school known for its excellence in education. The school is one of six all-female Catholic high schools in the Cincinnati area and the only that is run by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur as a part of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Contents 1 History 2 Extracurricular activities 2.1 Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships 2.2 Theatre, Latin Club and Dance 3 Notable alumnae 4 References 5 External links History Mount Notre Dame opened its doors to 30 boarders on September 17, 1860. These young scholars were the nucleus of a boarding school which soon became well-known for its excellence in education[citation needed], attracting pupils from many states. Included among these early students were Minnie and Rachel Sherman, daughters of General William T. Sherman of Civil War fame. In 1897, the first day-scholars were accepted, and in 1929, boys were admitted into the primary grades. After the boarding school closed in 1935, Mount Notre Dame flourished and expanded as an academy to include all grades from kindergarten through high school. In September 1956, upon the request of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, Mount Notre Dame became a diocesan high school. At that time, its name was changed from Mount Notre Dame Academy to Mount Notre Dame High School.The school quickly experienced rapid growth. In 1965, this expansion necessitated the move to a larger building, the site of the current school. In 1990 Mount Notre Dame High School was placed under the direction of its first lay principal. In 2000 major improvements were made: construction of a new athletic activities center and of a new chemistry lab and the renovation of the chapel and of the family and consumer sciences lab. The existing gym was converted into a library/media center and computer technology center in addition to a theater. Office areas were expanded, and additional classrooms and computer labs were added. In the spring of 2003, the Board of Trustees of Mount Notre Dame High School adopted a President/Principal model of administration for the school, and Sister Rita Sturwold, SNDdeN was named the first President. Mount Notre Dame offers its young women a college-preparatory academic program, but it also prides itself on its commitment to the education of the whole person, rooted in Catholic values, and the family-like atmosphere enjoyed by its community. With 17 Advanced Placement and 19 Honors courses, MND’s Honors /AP track is among the best in the region.[citation needed] This fall[when?], MND will offer first-year students an AP opportunity with AP Human Geography[clarification needed]. Mount Notre Dame’s Engineering Program is preparing young women for a career in this male-dominated field. MND has programs in the Humanities. Mount Notre Dame is deeply committed to the role of women in philanthropy.[citation needed] Its student-run Youth Philanthropy Council is a mini-foundation that has made a difference regionally, nationally and internationally. Mount Notre Dame’s athletic program not only brings home state championships, but also consistently produces players sought after by the most competitive colleges. Georgetown, University of Southern California and Vanderbilt are just a few of the schools that have MND Cougars wearing their colors.[citation needed] In addition, MND meets various student interests through nearly 50 clubs. Extracurricular activities Mount Notre Dame has developed a program of athletic excellence as well as academic. Teams representing Mt. Notre Dame are nicknamed the "Cougars" and are part of the GGCL. The school is one of eleven institutions that participates in the GGCL, competing with nearby Ursuline Academy, Purcell Marian, and St. Ursula Academy as well as others. Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships Girls Volleyball – 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2006 Girls Golf – 2002, 2003 Girls Basketball – 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 [2] Further information: Ohio High School Athletic Association Theatre, Latin Club and Dance Mount Notre Dame is known for its strong theatre program (known as MNDT). Every year a Halloween show, a Fall musical, a Winter play, a Spring musical for upperclassmen, and a Summer show are produced. Under the direction of Mr. Joe Beiting, Mr. Nathan Pucke and Mr. Bob Knollman, MNDT has been a strong member of the Cappies of Greater Cincinnati. The Latin Club functions as a local chapter of both the Ohio Junior Classical League (OJCL)[3] and National Junior Classical League (NJCL).[4] Mount Notre Dame is also known for its dance team. The Mount Notre Dame Varsity Dance Team have placed in the top ten at the National Dance Team Competition in Orlando, Florida, for the past 6 years. They have also received many awards at local competitions and have been featured on ESPN. Notable alumnae Rachel Sherman, daughter of American Civil War General William Tecumseh Sherman. Mel Thomas, varsity basketball player, University of Connecticut References ^ NCA-CASI. "NCA-Council on Accreditation and School Improvement". http://www.advanc-ed.org/schools_districts/school_district_listings/?. Retrieved 2009-06-23. [dead link] ^ OHSAA. "Ohio High School Athletic Association Web site". http://www.ohsaa.org/. Retrieved 2006-12-31.  ^ "2009 Convention – Club Point Summary" (PDF). Ohio Junior Classical League. 2009. http://www.ohiojcl.org/conv/09/results/09_club_point_summary.pdf. Retrieved 10 August 2009.  "2010 State Convention – Club Point Summary" (PDF). OJCL.org. Ohio Junior Classical League. 2010. http://www.ojcl.org/conv/2010/2010_Points_Summary.pdf. Retrieved 7 March 2010.  ^ "Constitution of the Ohio Junior Classical League" (PDF). Ohio Junior Classical League. March 2008. http://ohiojcl.org/resources/080309_OJCL_Constitution.pdf. Retrieved 18 September 2009. "...by paying both OJCL annual chapter dues and any annual chapter membership dues required by NJCL."  External links Mt. Notre Dame High School Homepage v · d · eGirls Greater Cincinnati League Grey North Kettering Alter Knights • Dayton Carroll Patriots • Dayton Chaminade-Julienne Eagles • Middletown Fenwick Falcons Grey Central Hamilton Badin Rams • Cincinnati McNicholas Rockets • Cincinnati Purcell Marian Cavaliers • St. Bernard Roger Bacon Spartans Scarlet Cincinnati McAuley Mohawks • Cincinnati Mercy Bobcats • Cincinnati Mt. Notre Dame Cougars • Cincinnati Seton Saints • Cincinnati St. Ursula Bulldogs • Cincinnati Ursuline Lions Former Cincinnati Regina • Cincinnati Marian Roadrunners • St. Bernard Our Lady of Angels Angels • Cincinnati Sacred Heart • Evendale St. Rita Lions • Cincinnati Summit Country Day Silver Knights