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Quincy Notre Dame High School
1400 South 11th Street
Quincy, Illinois, (Adams County), 62301
 United States
Coordinates 39°54′52″N 91°23′57″W / 39.91444°N 91.39917°W / 39.91444; -91.39917Coordinates: 39°54′52″N 91°23′57″W / 39.91444°N 91.39917°W / 39.91444; -91.39917
Type Private, Coeducational
Religious affiliation Roman Catholic
Established 1859
Principal Ray Heilmann
Asst. Principal Lori Shepard
Grades 912
Enrollment 462 (2008)
Grade 9 109
Grade 10 110
Grade 11 117
Grade 12 126
Color(s) Navy Blue, Vegas Gold and White             
Athletics conference Mid-State Six
Team name Raiders
Accreditation(s) North Central Association of Colleges and Schools[1]
Average ACT scores 22.5 (2006)
Newspaper The Broadcaster
Yearbook The Pride
Tuition $4,395
Dean of Students Scott Douglas
Athletic Director Bill Connell

Quincy Notre Dame High School is a Roman Catholic co-educational high school in Quincy, Illinois in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield in Illinois, serving students in grades 9-12.



The school traces its history back to 1859, when a local bishop invited the School Sisters of Notre Dame to teach in the town. First known as the Convent School of Infant Jesus, it was chartered by the state in 1873 as the Saint Mary Institute.

For most of its history, Notre Dame was a girls' school. From 1940 to 1959 it temporarily accepted male students after the closure of the Quincy College Academy. In 1959, a boys' school was split off into Christian Brothers High School, which changed its name to Catholic Boys High School in 1970. In 1976 the schools re-merged and became the current Notre Dame High School.[2]

Quincy Notre Dame Mission Statement: Founded on Catholic values, Quincy Notre Dame High School educates lifelong learners for lives of service.

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