Notre Dame High School (Burlington, Iowa)

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Notre Dame High School
702 South Roosevelt

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United States
Coordinates40°48′9″N 91°8′30″W / 40.80250°N 91.14167°W / 40.80250; -91.14167Coordinates: 40°48′9″N 91°8′30″W / 40.80250°N 91.14167°W / 40.80250; -91.14167
TypePrivate, Coeducational
Religious affiliation(s)Roman Catholic
SuperintendentMichael Brueck
PrincipalBill Maupin
Age range14-18 high school
LanguageEnglish, Spanish
Hours in school day6.58 instructional hours
Campus sizeSmall
Color(s)Navy Blue and Gold         
SloganEngage the heart Inspire the mind.
AthleticsBasketball, Football, Soccer, Baseball, Tennis, Track
Athletics conferenceSEI Superconference - South
SportsBasketball, Baseball, Soccer, Golf, Football, Tennis, Volleyball, and Trap Shooting.
MascotNike Angel
Team nameNikes
RivalDanville, Holy Trinity, or West Burlington
NewspaperNoDa Scope is discontinued

Notre Dame High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Burlington, Iowa. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Davenport.


Notre Dame opened in 1957. Current High School Principal is Mr. Bill Maupin. Past two principals were Dave Edwards and Ron Glasgow It is located at 702 S. Roosevelt Burlington, IA.


Notre Dame is a member of the Iowa High School Athletic Association. They have won the following IHSAA State Championships:[1]

  • Boys Basketball - none (Runner-Up - 1981)
  • Boys Baseball - 1982 (Runner-Up - 1997)
  • Boys Golf - 1983 (Runner-Up - 1988)
  • Boys Basketball - 2008 (State Qualifiers)
  • Girls Basketball - 2014 (IGHSAU 1A State Champion) - (Semi-Finalist - 2013, 2015, 2016)( Quarter-Finalist - 2017)

The school has a sharing agreement for sports with the Independent School District of West Burlington. Notre Dame also shares soccer with both the Independent School District of West Burlington and Danville High School. Burlington Community School District hosts swimming.

Sports hosted by Burlington Notre Dame

Sports hosted by the Independent School District of West Burlington

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Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ IHSAA. "Iowa High School Athletic Association Web site". Retrieved 2007-05-10.