Gen. Peter Pace, the 16th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, spoke to Chaminade students Friday about a fellow serviceman and graduate of our school who made a profound impact on his life.
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Auditions for Into the Woods will take place starting Monday, Dec. 10.
Chaminade's Department of Guidance has expanded its services. New staff members have been hired solely for guidance and college placement, including one position that is the first-of-its-kind for Chaminade and for a school in our region.
Sisters and residents from Queen of Peace visited Chaminade Wednesday to accept donations from an annual drive.
Chaminade's student journalists have just sent the fall issue of Tarmac to print.
The Darby Players performed Shakespeare in Love Friday and Saturday Nov. 16 and 17. With the cooperation of Disney Theatrical Productions, Chaminade was one of a small handful of high schools to have taken on the work.
The magazine for the Diocese of Rockville Centre highlights senior religion teacher and Province of Meribah Vocations Director Bro. Stephen Balletta, S.M. '74 in its October issue.
First-year students learned more about the spiritual character of their school Thursday.
Hundreds of eighth graders and their families visited the Chaminade campus for Open House Saturday.
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.