Notre Dame of Kalamansig is the only private and catholic school and was founded in 1948 by Father Aloysius Cartier, OMI who was then the parish priest of San Isidro Labrador Parish. At present Rev. Father Jessie P. Pasquin, DCC heads the school as the School Director and Ms. Alice C. Alo as the Principal.
NDK envisions for the holistic development of the youth guided by the Holy Spirit cope with the demands of developing society and show readiness for the service.
The faculty, staff and administrator commit themselves as agents of transformation of the youth with love, peace, unity and justice that they will actively participate in the community and witness the Gospel Values for the service of God’s Kingdom.
The Notre Dameans should keep in mind the ideals of Notre Dame of Kalamansig namely: thirst for knowledge and love for the country with the inspiration of the Divine guidance and protection of our beloved mother Virgin Mary.
The seal’s background and bold MN signify Mary Immaculate Mother. At the left hand corner is the maple leaf, the flag of Canada, representing the founder Bishop Gerard Mongeau, OMI, DD of the Cotabato Province, Sulu and Manila. Above the leaf is the book suggesting that knowledge is open for those who have been seeking. The students are nourished by the fishes of the seas, the coconuts of the land, and the products of the mountains and they also enjoy the white sand beaches. The red color represents the Holy Spirit showering graces over Notre Dame of Kalamansig that inspire students to acquire quality education, to develop their talents, and to serve their fellowmen, country and God.
NDK CORE VALUES
B – BENEVOLENCE IN HEART
E – EXCELLENCE IN ACTION
S – SCIENTIC IN MIND
T – TRANSCENDENCE IN SPIRIT