Notre Dame College is a Catholic co-educational Years 7-12 College located at Shepparton, with an enrolment of approximately 1700 students. The College offers three programmes and is currently located on two campuses.
These programmes include;
- Knight St Campus – Years 7 to 8 and Years 10 to 12
- Emmaus Campus – Year 9 Programme
- Emmaus Campus – McAuley Champagnat Programme
The Knight St Campus is located in the centre of Shepparton and caters for students in Years 7 and 8 and 10 to 12. We provide a broadly based and innovative curriculum which aims to develop the intellectual, physical, aesthetic, spiritual and social aspects of every student. While engendering a love of learning, we also encourage each student to strive to reach their full potential.
Notre Dame College has extensive facilities on their nine acre site on Knight St including,
The Library - a welcoming, modern and spacious facility which promotes and provides wide ranging curriculum support for the college community.
The Marist Technology Centre - is used for metal, plastics and wood fabrication.
The Brother Ray Martin Centre for Excellence in Hospitality and Food Technology - consists of two kitchens (one which is of an industrial standard), a restaurant dining room and lecture theatre.
The Mercy Centennial Stadium - provides first class facilities for the College’s extensive physical education, outdoor education, and sport and recreation programmes as well as full school events such as the College Mass and College Assemblies.
House based Learning Communities including kitchen and common room facilities for year 10 to 12 students.
The Monsignor Anthony Bones Hall and Starkie Hall - provide excellent facilities for various performing arts programmes, assemblies and social events.
The Mother Augustine Mungovan Chapel - which we use for class Masses and individual prayer.
The College Uniform Shop - all items of the College uniform are available for purchase from our Uniform Shop.
The Learning Diversity Centre - which provides assistance to students who experience difficulty with literacy and numeracy and students for whom English is an additional language.
The Careers Centre - providing assistance to students about matters relating to subject planning, employment opportunities, tertiary education and work experience.
St Brendan's Church - located next to the College; all students attend Mass on a fortnightly basis.