Ms. Cutright's Honors English 1 class is making Shakespeare come alive. The students were tasked with performing their own creative versions of the prologue from Romeo and Juliet. This is Rachel G. playing her ukulele and singing the piece to an original melody.
It's hard to believe, but graduation is only a few months away. In order to help you navigate this special time, we've created a special page for the end of year senior activities. (We suggest you bookmark the page.)
Grad Night Registration - follow this link. (Last day to purchase a ticket is Sunday, April 30)
For graduation or grad night questions, contact Jessica Mix at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pictured in the front row, from left: Jamie M. '18, Allie Keisha L. '18, Santana M. '18, and Jewelle S. '19; back row from left: Ronnie L. Shareen M. '18, and Mrs. Cindy Lawrence. Not pictured: Jayla F. '18.
On Feb. 11, six Carondelet students joined participants from 25 Bay Area high schools to attend the Jefferson Awards-Students in Action Spring Training at El Camino High School in South San Francisco. The training is meant to teach these young leaders valuable skills they can use as they venture out to serve the greater community. Our students were also lucky enough to meet Ronnie Lott, former NFL player, who offered inspiring words encouraging youth to stay involved and always give back.
March Madness will be here before you know it, and tickets for Carondelet's newest event are on sale now! All of the proceeds from the event will benefit our championship athletic program.
For questions or interest in taco truck and bar sponsorship opportunities please contact Kathleen Henggeler 925.686.5353 x152 or email@example.com.
What happens if you host a party for your teen? What happens if your teen hosts a party while you're away? We invite all parents to join us for an important evening about the ABCs of underage partying. This event will give you the opportunity to watch the "Every 15 Minutes" video and hear about what the students learned during the program the week before.
Our panel of experts include a police officer, deputy district attorney and insurance agent who will talk to parents about the criminal and civil liabilities you could face if you host a party for teens. Following the presentation, our experts will hold a question and answer session aimed at teaching parents how to keep their teens safe regarding drugs and alcohol.
Monday, March 13
6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
Tickets to Carondelet's annual Crab Feed, on Saturday, March 4 are on sale now! Enjoy delicious fresh crab and tri-tip; test your luck on the 50/50 game; bid on one of the delectable desserts offered during our auction; anticipate winning a coveted raffle prize; and dance the night away.
Parents, sign up today to earn PIP hours. We need volunteers to tend bar, supervise tables with student servers, serve as sous chefs to Chef Jerry, and help with clean up at the end of the event. This is a fun-filled volunteer opportunity organized by the Parent Association with all proceeds going to benefit our girls. This is also one of your last opportunities to fulfill your PIP hour requirement for the 2016-2017 school year. Thank you in advance!
Doors open at 5:30 p.m --- Dinner begins at 6:45 p.m.
Whether you are looking for educational, enrichment or sports programs this summer, Carondelet High School has it all! Our co-ed programs leverage the same foundation of academic and co-curricular excellence as our highly respected, college-preparatory high school program.
Co-Ed High School:
Monday, June 12 - Friday, July 21 (or through the 28th for psych realism and civics)
- Advancement Courses: Civics Blended, Geometry, Lifetime Activities/Physical Fitness, Psych Realism, World Art, and Biology
- Remediation Courses: Algebra 1, Geometry, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics 9
Co-Ed Middle School:
Monday, June 26 - Friday, July 14
- Academic Courses: math and language arts
- Enrichment Programs: outdoor adventure, cooking, movie days, games, arts and crafts, activities and athletics, leadership and more!
Middle School Girls Sports Clinics
Advanced sports clinics are offered to experienced middle school girls looking to improve their skills and prepare themselves to compete at a high level in their sport of interest. Carondelet coaches and athletes will work with athletes on sports specific fundamentals and skills.
Monday, June 19 - Friday, June 23
(for girls entering 4th and 5th grade)
In partnership with the California-based nonprofit organization Girls Leadership
This year, AP Exam Registration is online January 17 through February 28. If you are taking an AP course it is expected that you will take the AP Exam for that course. Each exam is $93. All Carondelet students will test on Carondelet's campus.
If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Valdez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this issue: Our annual Sr. Clare Dunn Forum focuses on Women in Politics; Ven a Ver takes Washington, D.C. to advocate for social justice, the Carondelet Athletics Complex gains city approval to move forward, and much more!We are excited to share the Winter 2017 issue with you. The magazine can easily be viewed online on your computer, tablet or phone. If you prefer to download a copy, follow this link
1. Have you completed a livescan (fingerprinting) test for Carondelet?
2. Do you have a current copy of a TB Assessment Questionnaire or TB test results on file?
3. Have you completed the child abuse awareness training on-line course and provided Carondelet with the certificate? (https://www.virtusonline.org/)