Study Like a Tiger.
“A Notre Dame education is, at its core, rigorous academics — but what differentiates Notre Dame is that it's about the holistic person — developing compassion and empathy and having a vision for how you want to go out and impact the world.”
- Meredith Essalat ‘98, Head of School
St. Julie Scholar
Students who demonstrate outstanding achievements in academics are indoctrinated into the National Honors Society and California Scholarship Federation each year.
NDB offers competitive academic teams including Math Team, TigerBots and Mock Trial to apply skills learned in the classroom.
Academic and College Counseling
NDB gets students ahead of the curve by beginning a rigorous college preparation process their freshman year and sustaining growth throughout their four year career at NDB. Over four years, students grow equipped with skills to apply for and gain entrance to competitive colleges across the country.
NDB provides comprehensive support to students throughout their time at NDB.
Summer at NDB
Spend your summer at NDB! NDB provides summer programming and camps for girls in Grade 6 and up.
Notre Dame Belmont graduation requirements provide students with the necessary credits and variety of courses needed for admission to the University of California campuses, California State Universities, and private and out-of-state colleges and universities. NDB requires that students must take a minimum of 60 credits per year for graduation.
240 credits are required for graduation. All courses required for graduation must be taken at Notre Dame Belmont. 80 hours of service must be fulfilled in order to receive a diploma. NDB requires that students must take a minimum of 60 credits per year for graduation (the equivalent of six classes/30 credits per semester).