Class of 2025
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Applications and Admissions Events for the Class of 2026 will open on Wednesday, September 1, 2021. Please fill out an Inquiry Form to register for events, join our mailing list, and get early bird reminders.
Thank you for your interest in becoming a member of our unique Carondelet community! Carondelet is more than a high school—it’s a place where every student is cared for and sought out so they can find the power and potential they already have inside them.
This application season for the class of 2025 will look different than we’re all used to. And we’re creating more ways to learn more about our school, teachers, students, and community given our circumstances. We’ll host many online events and, when we can, some small-group tours on our campus.
In the meantime, explore our website to see how Carondelet provides the finest college preparatory education in an inclusive Catholic environment and strives to educate the whole person by fostering academic, spiritual, and social growth.
Our philosophy and approach empowers each girl to find her voice and to speak out and advocate for herself and others. At the heart of our sisterhood is our Catholic tradition, rooted in the mission of our founders, the Sisters of St. Joseph: to create an inclusive environment that embraces all students, welcomes diversity, and values social justice, empathy, service, and gratitude. See the school stats that make up Carondelet today.
Our innovative approach to curriculum means that our students graduate with practical and analytical skills to get the most out of their education. At Carondelet, your daughter will get the support she needs to choose the college that’s the best fit for her skills and interests. Our teachers are committed to helping all of our students do their best work every day. No girl is just a number here.
From athletics and clubs to immersion trips and spiritual retreats, Carondelet’s inclusive community provides opportunities for all students to pursue their passions. Students are prepared not just for success in college and beyond, but for a lifelong journey of personal growth and altruism.