Deacon Frank Kurre '81 and U.S. Circuit Court Judge Richard Sullivan '82 will be honored as Distinguished Alumni at an event Thursday, April 11.
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A member of the Chaminade Family since 1981, Mr. Thomas Giovannetti was announced as the recipient of this year's Crimson and Gold yearbook dedication at a school-wide Mass Thursday, March 20.
Tickets are available now for the Darby Players spring musical Into the Woods.
A 48-year veteran of the FBI, former Supervisory Special Agent Neil Moran shared his experience with Chaminade's Social Studies Club Thursday, March 7.
During an assembly in school and a special dinner last night, winter athletes were recognized for their participation and teamwork.
Three Chaminade graduates were profiled in the February issue of the Long Island Catholic, the magazine of the Diocese of Rockville Centre.
A trade publication for steel design, fabrication, and construction details the Foucault Pendulum and floating staircase in the Dolan Family Science, Technology, and Research Center.
For the 14th year, Chaminade students traded free time for community service during winter break.
Please pray for the repose of the soul of Mr. Thomas DeLuca, father of Thomas '22, who passed away Sunday after a battle with cancer.
The Chaminade Flyers bowling team achieved its eighth consecutive Catholic League title Thursday, Feb. 7 at Wantagh Lanes.
The College Placement Office held a live online program for junior parents Tuesday, Feb. 5 at 7 p.m.
Robert Casella, Bro. Richard Hartz, S.M. '59, and Lurdes (Maria) Mendes were honored as Founders of Chaminade High School at the annual Founders Dinner Thursday, Jan. 31.
The global Church convened in Panama City in January to celebrate World Youth Day. More than 40 Chaminade students joined classmates from Kellenberg Memorial High School on a pilgrimage to pray with young Catholics from many different countries.
Chaminade's Parish Religious Education Program has brought students to Long Island parishes as teachers for decades.
More than 20 members of the Chaminade High School Class of 2019 have signed commitments to play college-level sports schools across the U.S.