Notre Dame de la Baie Academy is the only Catholic high school in the Green Bay area.  Nearly 200 graduates each year join the ranks of proud alumni who continue their education and development as contributing members to their local churches and communities all across the world.  Notre Dame continues the over 100-year tradition of Catholic secondary education begun in 1896 and 1898 by the Sisters of Carondelet of St. Louis and the Norbertines of St. Norbert Abbey. 

The predecessor schools to Notre Dame Academy include St. Joseph Academy (Founded in 1896), St. Norbert High School (Founded in 1898), Central Catholic High School (Founded in 1941), Our Lady of Premontre High School (Established in 1955) and Abbot Pennings High School (Established in 1959).  Notre Dame de la Baie Academy was founded in 1990 and holds the academic and other records from its predecessor schools.

The Development Office at Notre Dame continues to serve all alumni from Notre Dame Academy and its predecessor schools.  The AlumNews communicates information on class reunions, news notes from alumni as well as alumni stories and events at Notre Dame. Alumni are invited to donate items of interest from all of the Catholic high schools associated with Notre Dame.  Alumni are welcome to hold class Masses and gatherings at Notre Dame.

The family of Catholic high school alumni is large but the tradition of faith-learning-service continues to serve all alumni.  

As part of Notre Dame Academy's accreditation process, the school is seeking input from alumni of NDA and its predecessor schools. Please click the following link and you will be directed to the online alumni survey.