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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.
Chaminade's student journalists have published the spring edition of Tarmac.
Five Chaminade men have earned awards for their understanding and use of the Spanish language.
The Diocese of Rockville Centre announced Friday that 1982 Chaminade graduate Msgr. Richard Henning has been appointed by Pope Francis as a new auxiliary bishop.
They came from across Long Island and, in at least one case, the other side of the country. Thursday, Chaminade grandparents joined their grandsons for Mass and a concert in the Activity-Athletic Center.
374 members of the Class of 2018 became Chaminade's newest alumni Sunday.
Spring athletes were recognized for their participation and sportsmanship on the Flyers teams Thursday.
After a banner year on the tournament circuit, Chaminade's Robert C. Wright Speech and Debate Team is angling for further success.
The Class of 2018 held one last event together before graduation. Chaminade's annual Senior Celebration cruised around Manhattan Friday.
It is a landmark on the Chaminade campus and in its history. After nearly four years of waiting, Chaminade opened the doors to the Dolan Family Science, Technology, and Research Center Sunday.
It was a nail-biter until the bitter end. But, with three seconds left in the game, the Chaminade Flyers varsity lacrosse team earned the Nassau-Suffolk Catholic High Schools Athletic Association (NSCHSAA) title.
Warm welcomes, fond farewells, and a celebration of Chaminade's mission brought more than 450 guests to the annual Parents Club Past Presidents Luncheon Tuesday.
The Class of 2018 walked out of Chaminade High School for the last time as students Wednesday. Walking down the front steps, our young men were met with the cheers and smiles of family members assembled to meet them.