Following the continued guidance and order by Ohio Governor Michael DeWine, Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin School, its campus and all facilities are closed to students, faculty, staff, and visitors for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.
In accord with Governor Michael DeWine's directive regarding Ohio's efforts to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus, Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin School will suspend all on-campus instruction and all school-sponsored activities for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.
Thanks to NDCL’s adoption of the Blackboard learning management system five years ago and our regular practice of blending learning days, NDCL's students and teachers have the tools and skills to continue meaningful online teaching and learning during this unanticipated and unprecedented disruption of the academic year.
Although no one could have anticipated a school closure of this duration, together we will do our part to serve the common good by limiting opportunities for the Coronavirus to spread. As a school that seeks to form leaders to transform the world, we will serve our nation, our community, and our students well.
Campus and Athletic Facilities
- All NDCL campus buildings, grounds, and facilities are closed to students, faculty, staff, and visitors for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.
- All school-sponsored activities, athletic and extracurricular, are suspended for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.
- Message from the Director of Athletics - updated April 21, 2020
- OHSAA update - March 31st