The Cougars scored a victory in Walnut Creek and we are well on our way to having our very own state-of-the-art athletics complex! The Walnut Creek City Council voted unanimously in favor of our project and we can't wait to share more details about next steps for our anticipated ground breaking. Stay tuned!
Thank you to all of our enthusiastic supporters! We sincerely appreciate how you have rallied around this transformational project for our current and future students. This is our time!
This past week, the College & Career Counselors met with freshmen through their Religious Studies classes. The purpose of the sessions was four-fold: to better acquaint students with their college counselors (assigned by alphabet), to explore the course catalog and 4-year plan, to introduce Naviance, our online college and career platform, and to have freshmen complete an exploratory career inventory. The career exploration and subsequent self-discovery are meant to offer students clues to their innate abilities and to expand possibilities in terms of future careers. The results of each student's Career Interest Profiler and corresponding assignment will provide the counselors with valuable information that will be used during one-on-one Academic Advising in February. Ask your daughter to share her results (and her Holland Code!) with you.
Please note: for those students who were absent, a make-up session has been scheduled this week.
The Athletic Department wants to share some terrific news ... the girls will have a home field to call their own!
On Tuesday, Nov. 29, the Walnut Creek City Council voted unanimously in favor of the Carondelet Athletics Complex, in a 5-0 decision.
Concord, Calif. – Four Carondelet golfers were named to the All-East Bay Athletic League team. Yealimi Noh and Angela Bagasbas were named First Team All-EBAL, while Annika Borrelli and Courtney Gaoiran were Second Team All-EBAL selections.