Chaminade will welcome the Class of 2022 to school for iPad distribution and 3-C orientation the last week of August. There are a few things for first-year parents and students to remember.
A life-changing and life-saving experience has brought two Chaminade graduates, both siblings, closer together than they ever imagined. This fall, they will lead 7,000 people across the Brooklyn Bridge to raise awareness for the disease they fought as a team.
Chaminade students began inflating nearly 15,000 basketballs Monday for the New York City Police Department to distribute to young people. A privately-funded donation, it honors late NYPD Detective Steven McDonald, a Chaminade parent.
No Internet, no television, no waking up late – it sounds like a sacrifice few 17-year-olds on summer break would make freely. For six Chaminade High School students, however, a week of service in rural West Virginia returned a reward they will hold close for years to come.
“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.”
“Looking back on my years as a Chaminade student, I often wonder where I would be without everything the school has given me.”Continue Reading
“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.”