Notre Dame Regional High School raised a total of $318,397.94 during its 2023 Activity Week, breaking the school record for highest net profit during the event. The school also broke the per capita record, with $749.17 per student.
The annual event, which was held Sept. 22-30, helps raise operating funds for the high school and includes a fundraising competition among the class levels. In addition to class dinners (shown above), each class sold raffle tickets, candy, trash bags, butter braids, Imo’s Pizza and more.
The senior class had the highest overall per capita of $892.81 per student, raising a total of $76,781.55. The junior class came in second place with a per capita of $735.40 per student and a total of $85,305.87 raised. The sophomore class came in third place with a per capita of $729.42 per student and a total of $75,859.63 raised. The freshman class came in fourth place with a per capita of $676.06 per student and a total of $80,450.89 raised.