The New York Center for Flamenco Performing Arts brought flare and fanfare to Chaminade's Foreign Languages Week.
The Chaminade Man does the right thing at the right time because it is the right thing to do, regardless of who is watching.
Chaminade remains committed to your family from the day your son arrives for his first day of school long after graduation. You are a part of the “Chaminade Family” – a unit guiding the development of young men as critical thinkers and compassionate Christians, and a vast network of alumni that supports its members.
The brotherhood to which Chaminade men belong is reinforced with collaborative classwork, daily prayer, and service projects for the school and the broader community.
“There's a line in the Gospel of Luke that tells us, ‘To whom much is given, much is expected,’” said Aidan Fitzgerald ’18. “The same can be said for the Chaminade Man.”
“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.”
“My joy for our school reached a new level this year not only through service, but also in seeing my son, Alex ’20, join the Chaminade Family.”
Pat Long '67 and Joe Roxe '54 will be honored as Distinguished Alumni of Chaminade High School at an annual event Thursday, March 22.