Notre Dame Catholic College is a Catholic secondary school and sixth form located near Stanley Park in Liverpool, Merseyside, England. Founded by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, it was a girls' school for most of its history and became coeducational from September 2012.
It was founded in February 1869. The Notre Dame Catholic College was originally the residence of the Sisters of Notre Dame in Liverpool, and began as a pupil-teacher centre with links to local primary schools. The collegiate school did not actually come into existence until 1902, with this merging with the pupil teacher centre in 1908.
The sisters did not move out of the building until 1978 due to the expansion and the intake of the school building, and the school building also followed this expansion to pave the way for the institution to become an all-girls comprehensive school in 1983, which also tallied with the amalgamation of both St John’s Secondary Modern School and St Catherine’s Secondary Modern School to form Notre Dame High School in the same year.