Notre Dame de Sion
Notre Dame de Sion School welcomes boys and girls from age 2 through the 8th grade. Beginning with Early Childhood and moving all the way through to the Middle School, each division meets the needs of the whole child (academic, spiritual, social, emotional, and physical) in a safe and nurturing environment, which embraces the unique gifts, interests, and background of each individual student.
What is the Sion difference?
A lifelong commitment to academic excellence and valuing cultural and religious diversity, while honoring our Catholic identity is at the forefront of our Mission.
Sion students are knowledge seekers.
Our students are intrinsically motivated and independent, lifelong scholars. Sion's 21st century learning curriculum and personalized instruction approach focus on knowledge and future-ready skills like creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, and communication, thus ensuring that students acquire the habits of mind and skill sets necessary for the college-preparatory curriculum of high school and beyond.
Sion students are their brother's keepers.
The Sion community, comprised of faculty, students, and parents, has a deep commitment to justice and service. We value empathy, compassion, and respect, which arise from an innate sense of caring for the world and a sense of responsibility to mankind. The Catholic social teachings provide the foundation through which Sion students are instinctively guided to act with integrity and honesty, serve others, as well as take responsibility for their actions and consequences.
Sion students are difference makers.
Our students are agents of change who strive to be their best selves and use their unique gifts and talents to serve others and make a positive difference in their lives and the lives of those around them. Sion students are successful 21st century global leaders and conscientious citizens, committed to the mission of Sion and to each other, as they seek to create a world filled with justice, peace and love.
In essence, Sion's learning experience provides both academic excellence and a profound sense of pride among all members of our school community, which lives in the heart and soul of generations of Sion alumni for a lifetime.
I would like to extend a personal invitation to visit our stunning Grade School campus and experience first hand the Sion difference. To schedule a visit, please contact Mary Kenney, Assistant Director of Grade School Admissions.
Dr. Paola V. Clark
Grade School Principal