Carondelet High School


Please sign our petition! For 50 years, Carondelet's student athletes have had no fields or outdoor facilities to call home. Our young women deserve better. They deserve to have the same opportunities as their male counterparts – to build their talents and skills, to develop leadership and team-building experiences gained through athletics, and to know that they are equal, that they matter, and that they are empowered.

Help us send a strong message to Walnut Creek city leaders. It's time to level the playing field!

Here's how you can help:

  1. Sign our petition today!
  2. Share the petition with your friends by email or through social media, including Facebook.
  3. Attend the Oct. 27 Walnut Creek Planning Commission meeting in your Cougars gear to show your support. Please RSVP here so we know how many people to expect. The first 50 people to RSVP will receive a "This is Our Time" t-shirt.
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By Caitlin Papalia '20

This year, Carondelet had the privilege of purchasing a 3D printerfor our school community. The uPrint SE PLUS® 3D printer, from the brand Stratysys®, allows you to make three-dimensional models of objects that look exactly like the real thing, but are made of plastic.

This technology can help in the process of inventing new ideas and concepts. Models are created initially from a software application such as computer aided drafting, known as CAD. The image is then transferred over to the 3D printer after everything is drawn out so that it can be made into a plastic model.

According to Mr. Randy Grishaber, one of our physics teachers and The Engineering Club @ Carondelet (TECC) moderator, "As a unique application of this type of technology, x-ray images from a patient can be converted into a three-dimensional computer model that the printer can read and then print out so that a physician could see a patient's actual anatomy prior to conducting an operation."
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Concord, Calif. – The Carondelet varsity golf team will be moving on to the North Coast Section playoffs, as announced by the NCS office on Wednesday. The Cougars will be one of 22 teams competing on Monday, Oct. 31 at the Chardonnay Golf Club in Napa, Calif.

After finishing second in the East Bay Athletic League Tournament, the Cougars will be one of eight schools representing the EBAL in the NCS golf championships. Carondelet will take on the 22-team field with the following six-player team: Yealimi Noh, Angela Bagasbas, Courtney Gaoiran, Annika Borrelli, Carissa Wu and Alexis Browne.

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