Hundreds of eighth graders and their families visited the Chaminade campus for Open House Saturday.
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Members of the junior class may soon order their high-school rings.
Fifty-six Chaminade alumni who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our nation were honored at the annual Gold Star Mass Thursday.
Ten Chaminade students have been selected as participants and alternates for the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) All-State Music Conference in Rochester.
Students were recognized for their achievements in the classroom during the 2017-2018 school year Thursday.
Chaminade's Dolan Family Science, Technology, and Research Center opened to students this month – a long-awaited moment for upperclassmen who watched it rise from the campus.
After a multi-million-dollar campaign combining fundraising efforts for the annual Torch Fund and the new Dolan Family Science, Technology, and Research Center, the Office of Development and Alumni Relations will now be known as the Office of Advancement.
Five Chaminade High School seniors have been named semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program.
Auditions for the Darby Players fall musical, "Shakespeare in Love," will take place Monday, Sept. 10.
Families of the Class of 2022 came to Chaminade for the first day of the 3-C Program Monday. 3-C, standing for Community, Confidence, and Commitment, is a week of orientation for first-year students.
Two Chaminade students spent their summer vacations with an up-close view of, and a tangible role in, cutting-edge diabetes research at NYU Winthrop.
The Marianist Province of Meribah celebrated two milestones in August. Bro. Thomas Michael Terrill, n.S.M. '10 made Promises of the Novitiate, taking both the habit and the title of "brother." Rev. Daniel Griffin, S.M. was ordained to the priesthood.
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.