Carondelet High School



Our French 3 Honors class is going back to Carondelet's roots with their latest project. It all began when one of our talented French teachers, Mrs. Jennifer Mammola, was put in contact with her counterpart Ms. Valerie Jamison, an English teacher at Saint Jacques de Compostelle, a CSJ high school in Le Puy, France. The Sisters of St. Joseph started their incredible work in Le Puy in the 17th century, and now, our students have the chance to reconnect with this amazing place through this special project.

The students in Le Puy sent our students an introductory video talking about their school in English. In turn, our students will be sending them a similar video about life at Carondelet in French. The ultimate goal of this project is to pair each French student with a Carondelet student and have them correspond with each other on a regular basis.

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Every year, junior religion classes participate in Urban Plunge, an immersive service experience with the St. Anthony Foundation and other service organizations in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood. Our students were able to serve and prepare food in the dining room, process clothing donations for the Free Clothing Program, interact with the elderly at a senior center, and deliver meals to the homebound. Part of the service day includes eating lunch with the guests at the St. Anthony dining room.

A group of students also visited St. Boniface Catholic Church where the Gubbio Project provides a place for the homeless to sleep and rest during for the day. In addition, students listened to a speaker from the Fr. Alfred Addiction Recovery Program talk about his recovery experience.

This program gives students the opportunity to practice what they learn in class. The St. Anthony Foundation stresses their mission of serving others with dignity and respect. Our students embrace this service with enthusiasm and compassion. The day is a powerful expression of "Serving the dear neighbor without distinction."

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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.

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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.

Girls Leadership
Monday, June 19 - Friday, June 23
(for girls entering 4th and 5th grade)

In partnership with the California-based nonprofit organization Girls Leadership

Register and read more here!

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Last summer, Francesca A. '20 participated in Camp Reel Stories at the Oakland School for the Arts. Her film, titled "A Deeper Meaning: Behind the Stereotype," focuses on the different stereotypes women have encountered throughout their lives and how it has affected them. "My favorite part about this camp was walking around and interviewing people on the street for our film," Francesca said. "The topic we chose is important to me because I think it's very relevant today in our society."

Francesca participated in the summer program because she is interested in film and the camp's goal is to empower more young women to share their stories and create their own films. The camp teaches the basics of filmmaking, from operating a sound boom, to techniques for getting the best shots with a camera. The five-day program also includes daily visits from guest speakers who produce different genres of films, and allows the girls to get more insight into the film making process. They were given three days to collaborate in groups and create their own films.

This poignant short film will now be featured at the Portland Film Festival from March 2 to 5 in the Youth / POWGirls Showcase. Congratulations, Francesca!

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Interested in making a difference in your community? Want to help your dear neighbor? Please come to the Community Service Office to learn more about current service opportunities and how you can get involved!

  • Carondelet Crab Feed on March 4 (servers)
  • Atria Montego Heights (senior assisted living)
  • Pleasant Hill Post Acute (senior assisted living)
  • Sunrise Assisted Living (senior assisted living)
  • The Kensington (senior assisted living)
  • Bus Stop After School Program (tutoring)
  • Concord Library (tutoring)
  • Monument Crisis Center (tutoring and homemade cookies)
  • St. Perpetua (tutoring)
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Tutoring Available

Do you need extra help in a class? Our National Honor Society Students are available for tutoring. Simply send an email to with your name and the subject you need help in.




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