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Notre Dame Preparatory (Pontiac, Michigan)
Notre Dame Preparatory is a private Catholic high school in Pontiac, Michigan in Metro Detroit. Founded by Marist Fathers and Brothers in 1994. It is a coed, college-preparatory school.
Originally the school was the
Pontiac Catholic High School, and it was later known as the Oakland Catholic School. It closed at the end of the 1993-1994 school year and immediately reopened as Notre Dame Prep. The Marists supported Notre Dame after its rebranding.
A 100-acre (40 ha) campus in an outerlying area in Pontiac houses Notre Dame Prep and Marist Academy.
Notre Dame High School
Curtis Hertel Jr. (1996) – State Senator, Democrat – Michigan
Doug Weight (1989) – Olympic silver medalist and former NHL player for the New York Rangers, Edmonton Oilers, Carolina Hurricanes, Anaheim Ducks, St. Louis Blues, and New York Islanders. 
John Blum (1977) – former NHL player for the Edmonton Oilers, Boston Bruins, Washington Capitals, and Detroit Red Wings
Mark Cendrowski(1977) – television director best known for his work on the CBS sitcom . The Big Bang Theory
Dave Coulier (1977) - comedian and entertainer best known for playing Joey Gladstone on the ABC sitcom Full House 
Dave Debol (1974) – former NHL player for the Hartford Whalers  David Bonior (1963) – U.S. Congressman, Democrat – Michigan; House Minority Whip 
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