He underwent perhaps the most difficult struggle of his life before he was even in elementary school. Now, a Chaminade student is giving back to an organization that made one of his early dreams come true.
Bright sunshine and a cool breeze made for a picture-perfect Chaminade Golf and Tennis Open Monday, June 25.
Three young men professed their first vows to the Marianist Province of Meribah Sunday, June 24. Bros. Patrick Cahill, S.M. '11, Andrew Santoriello, S.M. '07, and Peter Sennert, S.M. '11 made vows of chastity, poverty, and obedience at a Mass before family, friends, and Brothers.
The U.S. Department of State has awarded a National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) scholarship to Chaminade junior William Howard. Howard will study Chinese in Taiwan during a six-week program.
“I grew up with two older brothers,” said Chaminade student Aidan Fitzgerald ’18. “But now, I can say I have hundreds more.”
Every day, Chaminade Men work to be well-rounded critical thinkers and compassionate Christians. This is a glimpse in to what a day at Chaminade is like.
Nancy Montelli, whose son is a member of the Class of 2019, says the Chaminade difference is clear through “education and dedication.”
“Chaminade is like a second home to me, a home that has allowed me to grow academically and spiritually over the past few years.”
“In our faith, we are taught that the seed that falls on good ground will yield a fruitful harvest. We are so grateful for the rich soil Chaminade has provided our son to grow and flourish.”Continue Reading
“If you are visiting the area or passing through Mineola, please stop by Chaminade. I guarantee that you will be greeted with a smile and likely offered the opportunity to tour the latest developments.”