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For the last 20 years, Beth Foraker (Boyan) ’82 has been an advocate for students with disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, in our Catholic schools. She founded The National Catholic Board on Full Inclusion an recently pioneered a four-year, all-inclusive academic program for students with intellectual disabilities at UC Davis called the Redwood Seeds Program.
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The 2003-04 Carondelet Varsity basketball team who finished the season with an impressive 30-3 record was just the second Carondelet team to win a state championship. In addition to winning the 2004 BVAL title and the NCS Division II championship, they defeated Troy (Fullerton) 48-41 at Arco Arena in Sacramento to clinch the CIF Girls Division II state championship title.
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Natalia Del Bene
Emily St. Jean
Head Coach: Margaret Gartner
Asst Coach: Lexy Tamony
Asst Coach: Elgin Leslie
Adrienne Johnson ’10 reached incredible heights during her track and field career. While competing for the Cougars she was both an NCS and CIF state finals champion in the high jump and many of her records in high jump and long jump still stand today. In and out of the classroom, Adrienne has always been a success. After graduating as the Salutatorian from Carondelet, Adrienne went on to compete at Stanford where she advanced to the NCAA Preliminary Round in the high jump in her first year competing with the Cardinal.