NDU-Junior High School’s 1st batch of Grade 7 students now 146
The NDU-Junior High School Perspective
For School Year 2012-2013, Notre Dame University-Junior High School has 146 Grade 7 students. This first batch of Grade 7 students are graduates of both private and public elementary schools; and some of them are the valedictorians and salutatorians of different elementary schools.
The NDU Junior High School has been established to form students to be persons of values and character, train students to be competent in academics, sports, socio-cultural dimension, arts and provide students with opportunities to have FUN while LEARNING.
With the Junior High School now and Senior High School from 2016, NDU will be able to see the formation of its students’ (academic, sports, socio-cultural) thread from pre-school to elementary and high school to tertiary education. And, embedded in the formation that Notre Dame University provides are the core values of faith, integrity, respect, excellence and service.
NDU has been granted authority to operate First to Second Year of Secondary Education, SY 2012-2013, pursuant to the Provisions of Act No. 2706, as amended and Batas Pambansa Blg. 232 (Education Act of 1982). This Temporary Permit(R-XII) No. 050 s. 2012, was issued March 26, 2012.
From School Year 2012-2013, NDU is implementing the curricula for Grade 1 and Grade 7 (first year high school) of the K to 12 program, and continues to pursue tertiary and graduate programs pursuant to the rearticulated University Directions, namely: Direction 1: To intensify Excellence in Education and Formation; Direction 2: To build a culture driven by NDU’s Core Values of Faith, Integrity, Respect, Excellence and Service; Direction 3: To develop Human Resource through programs appropriate to directions 1 and 2; and Direction 4: To ensure institutional growth.
Dr. Danilo Caburnay has been appointed Principal and he will be assisted by Prof. Anabelle Sta. Ana.
The offices of the Principal, Campus Ministry, Guidance Counselor, Faculty Room, Clinic and Audio-Visual Room are found on the first floor of the Sullivan Building while, the classrooms are on the second floor. The Computer / Internet Laboratory, Science Laboratory and Music and Arts Room are at the Boyd Building.