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The history of Notre Dame Academy begins with the arrival of six pioneers in Jamalpur, on October 31, 1949. They came from Cleveland, Ohio, USA. The names of the pioneers are: Sisters Mary St.Thomas, Magdela, Maris, Joelle, Lauretta, and Kieran.


Our Legacy

Notre Dame Academy strives to keep alive the legacy of St. Julie Billiart, her Spiritual Mother, filled with faith in God and a burning desire to work for the transformation of society. St. Julie was born on July 12, 1751 into a middle-class family in Cuvilly, France.



The aim of Notre Dame Education is to train young people for unselfish leadership so that the students we educate will be able to change the oppressive structures of society by standing for justice and human rights.They are "to assist their fellow citizens in directing their lives to God.



The school follows the scheme of studies prescribed for the All India Secondary School Examination as well as the All India Senior Secondary School Examination of the Central Board of Secondary Education. Notre Dame Academy has always placed special emphasis on character formation.



Notre Dame Academy is a minority Christian School administered by the Patna Notre Dame Sisters' Society. Nestled in the lap of the beautiful surroundings of the hills of Jamalpur and situated near the oldest railway workshop of India, the school was established in 1950 by six Notre Dame American religious missionaries at the request of the then district administration. It is one of the oldest pioneering English-medium educational institutions in the district of Munger.

This institution opens its doors to students from all castes and creeds, rich and poor alike. From its very inception, the school has made every effort to impart a value-based education that will mould the girls and boys into persons who will make a positive impact on their fellow beings and on society.

An overview of the history of Notre Dame Academy, Jamalpur, shows that during the past decades, the Academy has taken giant strides with the collaborative efforts of devoted Principals, staff, parents, and well -wishers. Starting out on February 2, 1950 with a small number of about sixteen children, the school is now home to around 2,000 students in a little town that is "far from the madding crowd".

As the Academy marches ahead to new heights of excellence, we keep our focus on the motto of the school
"Glory to God and Service to All."