SJND applicants to the ninth grade are required to take the High School Placement Test (HSPT) administered by the Diocese of Oakland.
This test is for 8th grade students only. All students are required to register for the HSPT. Students only have to take the test once. Registration will close at the end of day on January 12, 2024. Many local high schools do not accept walk-ins on the day of the test.
Parents will receive a copy of their child's results via email on March 15, 2024 after 4:00 p.m. Pacific time.
Sign up for a Tuition Assistance Workshop with a member of our SJND Business Office!
You can learn more about our Tuition Assistance program, find out how to apply, and get your financial questions answered.
For SJND applicants, the deadline to apply for Tuition Assistance is Monday, Feb. 5, 2024.
From the comfort of your own home, you are invited to join current SJND students on Zoom for Pilot Chat: Student Q&A.
Listen as students share their SJND high school experiences, and ask them questions about topics such as school community, athletics, leadership, academic workload, and more. Prospective students and parents are welcome to attend together.
The Practice High School Placement Test (HSPT) is an opportunity for 7th grade students to practice taking the test, familiarizing themselves with the format and focus of the HSPT.
In 8th grade, students take the HSPT, and their scores place them in consideration for high school classes, as well as scholarships. Parents/Guardians are invited to stay for the morning to meet SJND teachers and students. Student-led tours are available for parents interested in seeing the SJND campus. The day concludes with a pizza lunch for students.
Middle school students and parents/guardians have the opportunity to tour our historic Alameda campus, hear from SJND administrators, faculty and parents, meet students and check out our co-curriculars.
Families may attend breakout sessions on tuition assistance, counseling and more, test out our STEAM equipment and learn about our Biomedical Sciences Program and Engineering Pathway. Enjoy student performances and learn more about why SJND may be the right fit for you!
Admission Information Night is a great opportunity for 6th, 7th, and 8th-grade students and parents to learn more about SJND's philosophy, programs, and admission process.
Come connect with our community of students, parents, faculty, administration, and admission team in a series of student panels and program-specific breakout sessions.
Join the Admission Team on campus for a small group, open format Q&A session.
Meet special guests from the administration, faculty, current parents, and students, and dive into some frequently asked question topics. Finish off with a campus tour and see SJND in action!
The best way to get to know the Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School community is to be on our campus.
Our Admission Office invites 8th grade families and students to walk and talk with us as we tour the campus, stop by classrooms and answer your questions along the way.
Cocoa and cookies, musical performances, a tuition assistance workshop, a close encounter with our boys basketball team, and more will be featured during our Pilot Discovery Night.
Join us for a deeper look at our core curriculum, our extensive Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) programming, and our language offerings. Faculty and administrators will be on hand to answer questions. You will also get to meet some of our students who will share their SJND experiences.
Different than our Open House event, our Pilot Discovery Night offers a more in depth vision of what life at SJND is like. Don't miss it!
The best way to get to know the Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School community is to experience it.
8th grade students and their families will spend the morning hearing from our key leaders, attending a sample class taught by one of our faculty, a student-led tour, and a Q&A session with students and the key leaders.