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Ecole NDV | Welcome to Notre Dame des Victoires 415.421.0069 [email protected] FACTS Parents Students Shop Donate About Mission & Philosophy History Staff & Administration Principal Office Staff Teachers Admissions TK – Kindergarten Grades 1-7 Tuition & Financial Assistance Pricing FACTS Tuition Management Financial Assistance & Scholarships Academics Transitional Kindergarten Kindergarten Elementary Middle School Faith Development Athletics Physical Education K-2 Sports CCCYO Sports Dragons Calendar Student Life Extra Curricular Activities NDVEP Community Parents Association NDV Cares Bal de Paris Le Club des Femmes Men’s Club Calendar Alumni Select Page About Mission & Philosophy History Staff & Administration Principal Office Staff Teachers Admissions TK – Kindergarten Grades 1-7 Tuition & Financial Assistance Pricing FACTS Tuition Management Financial Assistance & Scholarships Academics Transitional Kindergarten Kindergarten Elementary Middle School Faith Development Athletics Physical Education K-2 Sports CCCYO Sports Dragons Calendar Student Life Extra Curricular Activities NDVEP Community Parents Association NDV Cares Bal de Paris Le Club des Femmes Men’s Club Calendar Alumni FACTS Parents Students Shop Donate Welcome to École Notre Dame Des Victoires A French Catholic Education Today’s Learners – Tomorrow’s Leaders École Notre Dame des Victoires is a Catholic Elementary & Middle School, Transitional Kindergarten (TK) through Eighth Grade. Our co-ed school features strong academics and enrichment classes including art, technology, and music, and daily French instruction as a separate subject. There are after school program (NDVEP) until 6pm and an array of clubs, after school classes and sports. NDV is located in the heart of downtown San Francisco. Inquire Our Mission Grounded in the Marist Charism, French Tradition, and guided by the example of Mary: the mission of Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires Catholic Community is to nurture the whole child spiritually, academically, socially, emotionally, and physically and to support a diverse group of learners who endeavor to develop an inclusive and compassionate world. Learn More Transitional Kindergarten Join our community of little scholars! Inquire >> National Givng Day We thank you for your prayerful consideration. Give a gift >> Meet our Community See the NDV Dragon Community in Action! 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Contact NDV School École Notre Dame des Victoires 659 Pine Street San Francisco, CA 94108 ph 415.421.0069 [email protected] Contact NDV Church Église Notre Dame des Victoires 566 Bush Street San Francisco, CA 94108 ph 415.397.0113 ndvsf.org More Information Parent Resources Privacy Policy Donate NDV is a member of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the Western Catholic Educational Association, the CSJ Educational Network, and the Society of Mary. About Admissions Academics Faith Development Athletics Student Life Community Alumni Instagram Designed by Elegant Themes | Powered by WordPress Access to this page has been denied About: History | Ecole NDV 415.421.0069 [email protected] FACTS Parents Students Shop Donate About Mission & Philosophy History Staff & Administration Principal Office Staff Teachers Admissions TK – Kindergarten Grades 1-7 Tuition & Financial Assistance Pricing FACTS Tuition Management Financial Assistance & Scholarships Academics Transitional Kindergarten Kindergarten Elementary Middle School Faith Development Athletics Physical Education K-2 Sports CCCYO Sports Dragons Calendar Student Life Extra Curricular Activities NDVEP Community Parents Association NDV Cares Bal de Paris Le Club des Femmes Men’s Club Calendar Alumni Select Page About Mission & Philosophy History Staff & Administration Principal Office Staff Teachers Admissions TK – Kindergarten Grades 1-7 Tuition & Financial Assistance Pricing FACTS Tuition Management Financial Assistance & Scholarships Academics Transitional Kindergarten Kindergarten Elementary Middle School Faith Development Athletics Physical Education K-2 Sports CCCYO Sports Dragons Calendar Student Life Extra Curricular Activities NDVEP Community Parents Association NDV Cares Bal de Paris Le Club des Femmes Men’s Club Calendar Alumni FACTS Parents Students Shop Donate Mission & Philosophy History Principal Office Staff Teaching Staff January 1924 In 1924, two Marist fathers, Père Henri Gerard, S.M. and Père Louis LeBihan, S.M., founded École Notre Dame des Victoires. Acting upon the encouragement of Archbishop Edward J. Hanna, they were eager to establish the school as a center of French culture – a Catholic school where students would learn French as well as English. The school, located at the site of the church for which it is named, opened on January 14, 1924 with a small enrollment. August 1924 Although Notre Dame des Victoires began with these fourteen students, the formal opening of the school took place on August 18, 1924 with an enrollment that had grown to 123 students. At this time, Sister Mary Charles Lirette, C.S.J. was appointed principal. She remained in that position until 1946. The school was entirely staffed for many years by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange (CSJ). Today, while sisters are no longer present, the all lay staff continues to embrace the CSJ charism through their participation in the CSJ Educational Network which promotes Catholic identity, fosters personal and professional excellence, reverences the dignity of all persons, and educates for justice. 1949 In 1949, Père LeBihan, S.M. expanded the school to include five additional classrooms, a library, science laboratory, as well as a convent. May 2006 In May 2006, the church of Notre Dame des Victoires celebrated its one hundred fiftieth anniversary. The school now has an enrollment of approximately 300 students, drawn from the greater Bay Area and representing many diverse ethnic backgrounds. Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange The formal opening of École Notre Dame des Victoires took place on August 18, 1924 with an enrollment of 123 students. At this time, Sister Mary Charles Lirette, C.S.J. was appointed principal and remained in that position until 1946. The school was entirely staffed for many years by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange (CSJ). Today, while the sisters are no longer present, NDV continues to embrace the CSJ charism through our membership in the CSJ Educational Network which promotes Catholic identity, fosters personal and professional excellence, reverences the dignity of all persons, and educates for justice. Core Values of the CSJ Educational Network Catholic Identity – We support a curriculum and environment based on Scripture, tradition, the teachings and lived experience of the Catholic Church. Justice – We are called to participate in the mission of Jesus by reaching out to the global community and our earth with compassion and responsibility. Excellence – We foster personal and professional development, accountability, innovation, teamwork, and commitment to quality. Dignity – We live and work in a manner that is deeply respectful of the uniqueness and intrinsic value of each person. Marist Charism Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires (NDV) is a Marist School of the North American Province of the Society of Mary. The Marist Fathers and Brothers at NDV are actively involved in the life of the school. With Mary as their model, Marists live compassionately and mercifully as the mother and first disciple of Jesus. All Marists are engaged in the “Work of Mary” as understood by founder Jean-Claude Colin (1790-1875). In everything they do, they reflect Mary’s spirit. They strive to live the Gospel as Mary lived it; to think, judge, feel and act as Mary in all things. In an effort to strengthen our school’s identity with a more Marist way of being, NDV offers teachers, parents and students opportunities to deepen their understanding of Marist spirituality in a variety of ways: Teachers participate in meetings and workshops with other Marist Schools. Parents and staff are encouraged to attend gatherings on Marist Spirituality offered once a month at the NDV rectory. Students learn about Marist spirit throughout the year. Marist Week, once known as St. Peter Chanel week, is celebrated the last week of April. St. Peter Chanel was the first Marist martyr and an example of an individual who patterned his life after Mary. The school also has a chapel dedicated to St. Peter Chanel which is open to students throughout the school year. The annual Mission Carnival is held on the school playground in May. Proceeds are sent to St. Joseph’s, a Marist School, located in Raratonga, Fiji in the South Pacific. More About NDV Providing a rigorous academic program and nurturing environment, NDV has maintained its status as one of the most desirable elementary schools in the San Francisco Bay Area. Its dedicated faculty and its spirited school community draws students from every San Francisco neighborhood, as well as from nearby counties. NDV cultivates in its students a compassionate world view, a personal sense of purpose, and a joy of learning. It remains true to its mission to support the spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional, and social development of each of its students as preparing them to matriculate to the top local high schools, both Catholic and independent and the most competitive universities throughout the country. Nestled in San Francisco’s French Quarter, near the portals of Chinatown, and minutes from Union Square and Nob Hill, NDV offers its students an ideal location for cultural and historical enrichment. Its proximity and easy access to nearby museums, theaters, and landmark attractions provide a unique educational advantage to all students. Remaining true to its French-Catholic heritage, NDV also recognizes the value of instilling in its students an appreciation of other cultures, as well as the acquisition of a second language. NDV enjoys the singular status of being the only Catholic elementary school in the San Francisco Archdiocese to offer daily instruction in the French language, Kindergarten through eighth grade. It is our belief that few skills will better prepare them to be active contributors to the world that awaits them. In addition to the study of French language and culture, NDV students enjoy ongoing interaction with the local French community. Contact NDV School École Notre Dame des Victoires 659 Pine Street San Francisco, CA 94108 ph 415.421.0069 [email protected] Contact NDV Church Église Notre Dame des Victoires 566 Bush Street San Francisco, CA 94108 ph 415.397.0113 ndvsf.org More Information Parent Resources Privacy Policy Donate NDV is a member of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the Western Catholic Educational Association, the CSJ Educational Network, and the Society of Mary. About Admissions Academics Faith Development Athletics Student Life Community Alumni Instagram Designed by Elegant Themes | Powered by WordPress Student Life | Ecole NDV 415.421.0069 [email protected] FACTS Parents Students Shop Donate About Mission & Philosophy History Staff & Administration Principal Office Staff Teachers Admissions TK – Kindergarten Grades 1-7 Tuition & Financial Assistance Pricing FACTS Tuition Management Financial Assistance & Scholarships Academics Transitional Kindergarten Kindergarten Elementary Middle School Faith Development Athletics Physical Education K-2 Sports CCCYO Sports Dragons Calendar Student Life Extra Curricular Activities NDVEP Community Parents Association NDV Cares Bal de Paris Le Club des Femmes Men’s Club Calendar Alumni Select Page About Mission & Philosophy History Staff & Administration Principal Office Staff Teachers Admissions TK – Kindergarten Grades 1-7 Tuition & Financial Assistance Pricing FACTS Tuition Management Financial Assistance & Scholarships Academics Transitional Kindergarten Kindergarten Elementary Middle School Faith Development Athletics Physical Education K-2 Sports CCCYO Sports Dragons Calendar Student Life Extra Curricular Activities NDVEP Community Parents Association NDV Cares Bal de Paris Le Club des Femmes Men’s Club Calendar Alumni FACTS Parents Students Shop Donate Extra Curricular Activities NDVEP Student life at École Notre Dame des Victoires (NDV) includes a large variety of offerings from the annual Talent Show to French club to Student Council. NDV students participate in student government, they volunteer for beach clean-ups, and they pack lunches for the homeless. At NDV children learn to play chess and what goes in the blue recycle bin and what goes in the green compost bin. They learn to paint, sing, sculpt, and act. NDV students are serious students, and they’re active in their communities. NDV students are involved and engaged and are well regarded by Bay Area high schools for their participation in the world beyond the classroom. NDV students are cello players, altar servers, and soccer stars; lacrosse players, coders, and practitioners of martial arts; they’re acrobats, skiers, ballerinas, and piano prodigies. Learn more about the many branches of student life at École Notre Dame des Victoires. Art WorkshopsCJSFCommunity OutreachClubsMusic LessonsRoboticsSafety PatrolStudent CouncilStudent Competitions Art Workshops Each semester, the art teacher offers a series of after school workshops open to students of every grade for an additional fee. Projects include leather work, pottery, knitting, watercolor, crafts, creating terrariums, fabric painting, making Christmas ornaments, and tie dye. CJSF The CJSF is a service organization with the motto “Scholarship for Service.” It is open to qualified students in the seventh and eighth grades who have achieved a minimum of 3.5 GPA. CJSF sponsors a Canned Food Drive, a Warm Clothing Drive, Petit Dejeuners several mornings throughout the year, a Penny Race, and serve as Peer Tutors. Community Outreach NDV students conduct a variety of community outreach activities throughout the year, including a warm clothing drive, a canned food collection for the SF Food Bank, the Penny Race, the Giving Tree, and the Mission Carnival. Clubs NDV offers a variety of clubs to serve the diverse interests of its student body. Knitting Club (all grades) Chess Club (3rd-6th) French Club (4th-8th) Robotics Club (5th-8th) Ecology Club (6th-8th) Science Club (5th-8th) Coding Club (3th-5th) Clay Club (2th-8th) Drama Club (K-8th) Memory Book (5th-8th) Music Lessons Students are offered onsite private piano, violin, and cello lessons by independent music teachers during the school day or before/after school by special arrangement. Music recitals are scheduled in the spring. NDV is home to the Villa Sinfonia Chamber Orchestra. Villa Sinfonia is made up of musicians of all levels, from well-known local professional musicians to school-aged children, many of whom take violin and cello lessons at NDV. The orchestra has performed at Carnegie Hall, as well as a variety of European countries. Robotics Students in grades five through eight are eligible to participate in the Robotics Club and compete in local tournaments. Robots are programmed to complete various missions. Safety Patrol The Safety Patrol is a service-oriented program for fifth-grade students and is supervised by a faculty member. The members assist students at the curb as they load and unload at morning drop-off and afternoon dismissal time. They also help to keep the parents’ cars moving in the carpool lane. Student Council Students in grade four through eight may run for Class Representative to the NDV Student Council. Qualified students entering the eighth grade are eligible to run for the year-long offices of President, Vice President and Commissioners of Sports, Publicity, Religion, Spirit, and Ecology. Qualified students entering seventh grade may run for Secretary and Treasurer. The Student Council meets two mornings per month and actively leads and participates in morning assembly and various school events. Student Competitions NDV students take part in various academic competitions throughout the year, including the Geography Bee, the Spelling Bee, the Robotics competition, and the Academic Decathlon. Contact NDV School École Notre Dame des Victoires 659 Pine Street San Francisco, CA 94108 ph 415.421.0069 [email protected] Contact NDV Church Église Notre Dame des Victoires 566 Bush Street San Francisco, CA 94108 ph 415.397.0113 ndvsf.org More Information Parent Resources Privacy Policy Donate NDV is a member of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the Western Catholic Educational Association, the CSJ Educational Network, and the Society of Mary. 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Grounded in the Marist Charism, French Tradition, and guided by the example of Mary: the mission of École Notre Dame des Victoires Catholic Community is to nurture the whole child spiritually, academically, socially, emotionally, and physically and to support a diverse group of learners who endeavor to develop an inclusive and compassionate world. Root Beliefs These beliefs are the reasons WHY we have learning expectations, identity statements and actions that form the culture of École Notre Dame des Victoires. 1. We are instruments of God’s love. 2. God calls each of us by name. 3. We are brothers & sisters in Christ. 4. Everyone can grow and thrive. Core values This is HOW we can achieve our learning expectations. All individuals associated with École Notre Dame des Victoires are committed to these values that influence the learning environment, achievement, and behavior of all students and adults. 1. Serve2. Respond3. Love4. Persist We are instruments of God’s love therefore, we are… Responsible Citizens (who serve) Respond with empathy and compassion to all Demonstrate accountability for personal behavior Practice social justice and an awareness of global issues Perform community service God calls each of us by name therefore, we are… Effective Communicators (who respond) Express ideas in a courteous, concise, and coherent way Use different media to convey knowledge Demonstrates active listening skills Advocate for self and others We are brothers & sisters in Christ therefore, we are… Active Christians (who love) Show faith for God by participating in the liturgy Show compassion for others by serving them with a commitment to social justice Show respect for themselves by taking care of the whole self, body and soul Show love for the Earth by being stewards of God’s creation Everyone can grow and thrive therefore, we are… Life-Long Learners (who persist) Demonstrate curiosity and motivation Apply knowledge to new situations Appreciate opportunities for growth Understand that learning is a process Dragons are R.E.A.L. Contact NDV School École Notre Dame des Victoires 659 Pine Street San Francisco, CA 94108 ph 415.421.0069 [email protected] Contact NDV Church Église Notre Dame des Victoires 566 Bush Street San Francisco, CA 94108 ph 415.397.0113 ndvsf.org More Information Parent Resources Privacy Policy Donate NDV is a member of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the Western Catholic Educational Association, the CSJ Educational Network, and the Society of Mary. About Admissions Academics Faith Development Athletics Student Life Community Alumni Instagram Designed by Elegant Themes | Powered by WordPress Ecole Notre Dame Des Victoires School (2023-24 Profile) – San Francisco, CA x LOGINSIGN UP LOGINSIGN UP FIND SCHOOLS TOP LISTS PRIVATE SCHOOL GUIDE Why Private SchoolChoosing a Private SchoolGetting into Private SchoolPaying For It ABOUT US Home > California > San Francisco CountyEcole Notre Dame Des Victoires School Top Rankings Overview Student Body Academics and Faculty Tuition and Acceptance Rate School Notes Frequently Asked Questions Related Schools School Reviews Edit School Profile 659 Pine StSan Francisco, CA 94108 View full size Get directions Tel: (415) 421-0069 www.ndvsf.org REQUEST INFO SAVE SCHOOLWith its commitment to academic excellence, Notre Dame des Victoires School (NDV) has continued to provide its students with a stellar education in a warm, stimulating, and supportive environment for over 80 years.NDV remains dedicated to fostering in its students moral Christian values, a passion for learning, a sense of purpose, and compassion and respect for all.With deep regard for the uniqueness of every child, NDV staff and faculty devote their energies to helping each student develop his/her unique gifts so that all students may be prepared to greet future challenges and opportunities with confidence and enthusiasm.NDV’s academic, cultural, community, and religious programs are oriented toward a series of specific goals.By graduation, NDV students are encouraged to be active Christians, effective communicators, responsible citizens, and lifelong learners. Quick Stats (2023-24)Top Ranked CA SchoolGrades: Kindergarten-8Enrollment: 293 studentsApplication Deadline: None / RollingSource: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)Top RankingsEcole Notre Dame Des Victoires School ranks among the top 20% of private schools in California for:CategoryAttributeStudent BodyLargest student bodySchool OverviewSchool Membership(s)School Assoc.National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA)Other religious school association(s)Religious AffiliationCatholicGrades OfferedGrades Kindergarten-8School CalendarLink to School Calendar Student BodyTotal Students293 studentsStudent Body TypeCo-ed% Students of Color35%State avg.: 51%Students by Grade Academics and FacultyTotal Classroom Teachers20 teachersStudent : Teacher Ratio15:1National avg.: 13:1Tuition and Acceptance RateAdmission DeadlineNone / RollingSchool NotesWith its commitment to academic excellence, Notre Dame des Victoires School (NDV) has continued to provide its students with a stellar education in a warm, stimulating, and supportive environment for over 80 years. NDV remains dedicated to fostering in its students moral Christian values, a passion for learning, a sense of purpose, and compassion and respect for all. With deep regard for the uniqueness of every child, NDV staff and faculty devote their energies to helping each student develop his/her unique gifts so that all students may be prepared to greet future challenges and opportunities with confidence and enthusiasm. NDV’s academic, cultural, community, and religious programs are oriented toward a series of specific goals. By graduation, NDV students are encouraged to be active Christians, effective communicators, responsible citizens, and lifelong learners.Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) REQUEST FREE INFORMATIONFrequently Asked Questions What is Ecole Notre Dame Des Victoires School’s ranking?Ecole Notre Dame Des Victoires School ranks among the top 20% of private schools in California for: Largest student body. 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Terms of Use | Privacy Policy Tuition | Ecole NDV 415.421.0069 [email protected] FACTS Parents Students Shop Donate About Mission & Philosophy History Staff & Administration Principal Office Staff Teachers Admissions TK – Kindergarten Grades 1-7 Tuition & Financial Assistance Pricing FACTS Tuition Management Financial Assistance & Scholarships Academics Transitional Kindergarten Kindergarten Elementary Middle School Faith Development Athletics Physical Education K-2 Sports CCCYO Sports Dragons Calendar Student Life Extra Curricular Activities NDVEP Community Parents Association NDV Cares Bal de Paris Le Club des Femmes Men’s Club Calendar Alumni Select Page About Mission & Philosophy History Staff & Administration Principal Office Staff Teachers Admissions TK – Kindergarten Grades 1-7 Tuition & Financial Assistance Pricing FACTS Tuition Management Financial Assistance & Scholarships Academics Transitional Kindergarten Kindergarten Elementary Middle School Faith Development Athletics Physical Education K-2 Sports CCCYO Sports Dragons Calendar Student Life Extra Curricular Activities NDVEP Community Parents Association NDV Cares Bal de Paris Le Club des Femmes Men’s Club Calendar Alumni FACTS Parents Students Shop Donate Pricing FACTS Tuition Management Financial Assistance & Scholarships Pay My Tuition Desiree Almendares Admissions Director [email protected] All prices listed below reflect tuition for the 2023 – 2024 school year. Tuition Transitional Kindergarten 1 Child Monthly August -May $1,477.50 Annual Total $14,775 Tuition Kindergarten – 8th 1 Child Monthly August -May $1,225 Annual Total $12,250 2 Children Monthly August -May $2,264 Annual Total $22,640 3+ Children Monthly August -May $3,193 Annual Total $31,930 Classroom Aide Fees The aide fees are per child and are in addition to the tuition above. These fees help cover the salary and benefits of the aides in the respective classrooms. The fees below are the annual totals.  Transitional Kindergarten $2,200  Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd Grade $1,275  3rd, 4th, 5th Grade $760  6th, 7th, 8th Grade $390 The tuition and aide fees are paid monthly from August through May, on the 5th or 20th of the month, depending on which payment date you choose, through the FACTS Tuition Managment Program. Annual Giving Pledge (AGP) Each family is asked to commit to a yearly pledge of $600.00 per family to Notre Dame des Victoires Church. The Annual Giving donation allows the parish to subsidize the school with enrichment programs and repairs and maintenance of the school plant as well as other needs. Parent Participation Hours 36 hours for a 2 parent household 18 hours for a single parent household Parent participation in the daily life of the school helps to build the strong sense of community we are so proud to have at École Notre Dame des Victoires. Parents participate in a variety of ways such as, helping in the library or with art projects, sitting on advisory boards (School Board, Parents Association, Finance, Building and Grounds, etc), to chairing the various events, the Bal de Paris, Father-Daughter Dance, Halloween Carnival, Mother-Daughter Tea, and chaperoning field trips and helping with yard supervision. These are just a few examples of parent participation. We are most grateful for their partnership. 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