Clubs & Organizations
- Ambassadors & Premier Ambassadors
- Art Club
- Big Sis Little Sis
- Book Club
- Class Activities
- Class Officer Positions
- Community Service Program
- Drug Free Clubs of America
- French Club
- Freshman Council
- Fun In Fitness
- Girls' Athletic Association (GAA)
- Girls Who Code
- Grace Group
- Latin Club
- MND Academic Team (Greater Cincinnati Academic League)
- MND Cougar Dance Team
- MND Theatre (MNDT)
- Model United Nations (MNDMUN)
- Moeller Cheerleading
- Mu Alpha Theta (Mathematics Honor Society)
- Multicultural Student Union
- National French Honor Society
- National Honor Society (NHS)
- Parish Partners
- Respect For Life Club
- Rho Kappa (Social Studies Honor Society)
- Science Club
- Spanish Club and Spanish Honor Society
- Student Government
- St. Vincent de Paul Conference
- Theatre Club
- TSA Teams Competition
- Worship Commission
- Writers' Cafe
Mount Notre Dame Ambassadors represent our school at functions, both in-school and out-of-school. The Ambassadors also serve as companions for students interested in transferring to MND. Membership is by application for sophomores, juniors and seniors or appointment by the school administration.
Premier Ambassadors are students who are specially trained by the Guidance Department. They help assist transfer students and international students during their transition to MND.
Membership in Premier Ambassadors: by application in the Spring. Must be a current Ambassador.
The Art Club is a place for students to hone in on their skills, develop their techniques and portfolios, collaborate with other artists like themselves, create bonds with the community through the arts, and learn how to work together through group projects that will beautify the school and community.
The Big Sis Little Sis Program is designed to provide girls ages 6 to 10 with strong female role models. It fosters the development of a relationship between the “big sis ” and “li’l sis” that is instrumental in shaping strong, positive values for both girls and helps all students involved to grow.
Mount Notre Dame partners with Winton Hills Academy, Reading Hilltop and Reading Central. Juniors and seniors chosen to participate in the program are paired with a 1st, 2nd or 3rd grade girl from one of our partner schools to participate in monthly activities that foster a great bond between both the child and the Mount Notre Dame student mentor.
The MND students (or “big sisters”) are responsible for picking up their “little sisters” and bringing them to the group activity. Activities may include parties at MND, bowling, skating, visits to Sports Plus, the zoo and an end-of-the-year picnic!
Activities normally take place on Saturdays.
Contact Melanie Brinkmann (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.
Seniors: Commitment to the MND community through bonding events scheduled with each of the other classes and the faculty, leadership in connecting the rest of the school to the SNDdeN mission in Peru, Senior Picnic, Senior of the Month, Blood Drive, Dance Marathon for Legacy Scholarships, End-of-Year Senior Celebration event, Baccalaureate Mass, participation in school's Annual Fund Drive, and Graduation.
Juniors: Prom, time capsules, selection of SND mission focus for senior year, class T-shirt, and Junior/Senior Bridging Ceremony.
Sophomores: Class rings, time capsules, Sophomore class bonding experience, and Sophomore retreat days/service projects.
Community Service is integrated into the Mount Notre Dame experience in such a way that every student participates in service during her four years at the school. Hours are not officially tracked and submitted as a separate graduation requirement. Service experiences are connected to and processed through various classes, clubs and programs.
“Making the right choice EASY!” – DFCA
DFCA is a club designed to reward students who are making drug-free choices and ensuring that these students have a solid plan to stand up to peer pressure when they may need it. It is designed to make the “right choice easy” and to reward students for choosing to live drug free. The leadership and members of the club will help plan educational opportunities for students and suggest incentives to motivate students to continue to make healthy, drug-free choices.
Membership: Open to all interested students. Membership is contingent of the results of an initial drug test.
Students are given the opportunity to explore the French culture and cuisine through games, crafts, holiday celebrations and more. French Club is a great way to practice French conversation. MND periodically sponsors trips to France over the summer or during spring break for students wishing to have a French immersion experience. Membership is open to students currently enrolled in French classes and those who have taken French in the past.
Members of the Girls Who Code Club will “learn to see themselves as computer scientists.” Members will “learn the concepts of loops, variable, conditionals and functions that form the basis for all programming languages.” Members will “work in teams to design a computer science impact project that solves real world problems that girls care about.” Source: www.girlswhocode.com/club
GCAL is comprised of teams from area Catholic high schools that compete with each other in answering questions involving all academic subject areas as well as general knowledge and trivia; team wins and losses are recorded, and weekly standings are posted; the top two teams in the league qualify for regional and/or state competitions.
This group of young women provide the cheerleading support for Moeller's Varsity football and basketball teams. Mount Notre Dame students have always provided a great representation on the squad! The program is a ten-month commitment.
Contact Debi Cass (email@example.com) for more information.
Multicultural Student Union
Learn a little. Change a lot. Grow together.
The Multicultural Student Union (MSU) advocates for the multiculturalism of the Mount Notre Dame Community. Established upon the Hallmarks of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, members of the MSU strive to spread knowledge, understanding, and acceptance of all cultures and ethnicities throughout the MND community, and provide a safe place for all people to come together in peace. MSU focuses on educating members on the differences within our own communities, build community among its members and provide activities and fun facts for the entire MND community. Membership is open to all students.
Please contact Mrs. Diana Vera (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mr. Nicholas Hosmer (email@example.com) for more information.
Members of this select group practice French conversation, host culture discussions, organize and run events for Francophone week, organize and run the induction ceremony and other activities that promote French language and culture.
Membership: open to students who meet the National and MND requirements, and who maintain academic, behavioral, and service requirements.
Mount Notre Dame works closely with St. Vincent de Paul through our own, school-based Conference. Activities include monthly meetings, assisting with emergency financial assistance through selecting recipients, participating in Urban Plunges with SVDP (January and July), work with SVDP for our Canned Food Drive, and help serve on Saturday mornings one day each month.
Contact Todd Forman (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Matt Fletcher (email@example.com) for more information.
Do you enjoy watching live theater? Do you enjoy discussing different works of theatrical art? If so, Theatre Club is the place for you!! This group will provide the opportunity for students to see a theatrical production several times throughout the year at various community theaters, high schools, and regional show venues. At our meetings we will discuss various aspects of the show.