Carondelet High School

Athletics

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Concord, Calif. – Carondelet High School is proud to announce that three student-athletes have signed commitment letters, to play collegiately beginning with the 2017-18 academic school year. Cross country and track and field runner Emma McCarthy signed with Saint Mary's College, volleyball player Shannon Stoller signed with Linfield College and Sarah Takahashi signed with Wesleyan University to play ice hockey.


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The Carondelet basketball open gym schedule will begin on Thursday, May 4, from 4:30-7:30 pm at the Carondelet Gym. Ninth and 10th graders are welcome from 4:30-6 pm, and 11th and 12th grade players will have the court from 6-7:30 pm.

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Concord, Calif. – On Thursday, April 6, three members of the Carondelet varsity basketball team were named to the All-Bay Area News Group High School Girls Basketball Team. Senior forward Brianna Simonich was named to the first team and junior guard Maaeva Dwiggins was an honorable mention selection. Carondelet head coach Elgin Leslie was named the Bay Area News Group's East Bay Coach of the Year.

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Tryouts for the Carondelet High School dance and cheer teams will be here very soon. To help students prepare for the Carondelet dance team tryouts, the coaches will host three days of clinics on April 10, April 11 and April 24, and dance team tryouts will take place May 1-3.

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Carondelet Athletic Program

Carondelet’s Athletics program offers a tradition of excellence unmatched by our competitors. We sponsor 27 teams, 13 California Interscholastic Federation sports, and engage approximately 500 female student-athletes each year. With the support of 57 coaches, our programs continue to reach new heights.

Carondelet delivers a unique high school athletics experience because we encourage students to develop athletic abilities consistent with the highest standards of scholarship, leadership, sportsmanship, and Catholic values. In our 50-plus years, we have competed for more than 40 league championships, 22 North Coast Section championships, and three state titles. In addition, all of our recognized North Coast Section programs have earned Distinguished Scholastic honors by earning a combined 3.0 GPA or above during their season of sport, proving that our Cougar athletes are as confident in the classroom as they are on the playing field.

Mission

Carondelet High School is proud of its comprehensive athletics program and heritage and as such, we value all teams, sports, and student athletes equally at all levels of play. We consider athletics to be an integral part of the school community and, therefore, the Carondelet mission to live with heart, faith, and courage remains at the core of our athletic ideals. Carondelet is a place where young women enjoy the opportunity to develop athletic abilities consistent with the highest standards of academic scholarship, leadership, sportsmanship and school tradition.

Vision
A Carondelet student athlete is a confident and accomplished young woman who pursues the highest levels of intellectual, personal and athletic achievements.

Core Values
  • Character: We have heart, faith, and courage in all that we do. We conduct ourselves with grace under pressure and in the face of adversity.
  • Excellence: We dedicate ourselves to reaching our full potential, individually and as a team.
  • Citizenship: We are responsible, caring and active citizens within and beyond the Carondelet community.
  • Pride: We honor our rich and living tradition, and we know that our personal and team efforts and sense of purpose add to the pride we share as a community.
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