Catholic Schools Week: Badin High School Re-establishes Affiliation with SNDdeN

Catholic Schools Week: Badin High School Re-establishes Affiliation with SNDdeN

Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur and Badin students sing during the high school’s annual Heritage Mass Oct. 18, 2017, when Badin re-established ties with the sisters. Catholic Telegraph photo/E.L. Hubbard

Badin High School’s (BHS) annual Heritage Mass is a joyful opportunity for both current students and alumni to celebrate their school and share memories.

The 2017 liturgy, held Oct. 18, was accompanied by another significant event when the only Catholic high school in Butler County officially announced its re-affiliation with the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, which ran Notre Dame High School in Hamilton from 1886-1966.

“We are thrilled to reestablish our relationship with the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur,” said Kim Graham,  director of alumni relations at Badin. “The Sisters of Notre Dame have a rich history of education in Hamilton. Even though Notre Dame High closed in 1966, the sisters continued their ministry of teaching at Badin High School through the 1990s.” Read the full article from the Catholic Telegraph.