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In addition to digital publications, Carondelet prints stories of our community’s successes and triumphs in our magazine. 


Fall 2020

In this issue of Carondeletter:

  • We return to Hybrid learning on October 26, just weeks before this issue is published.
  • Annette Richardson Eros ’85 returns to Carondelet as President
  • Sr. Ann Bernard O’Shea, CSJ is called to a new location and leaves Carondelet, the first time in school history that no Sisters work at the school in a full-time capacity
  • Celebrating the class of 2020 with pandemic-safe Parade and Drive-Thru Graduation
  • Math class teaches real-world financial literacy skills some adults would love to have
  • Taking a stand and making on-campus changes related to issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Annual financial report, including yearly revenue and expenditures
  • Remembering Barbara Piepho, Trustee and proud mother and grandmother of alumnae.

→ Read this issue of Carondeletter


Carondeletter magazine is published for the alumnae, families, and friends of Carondelet High School.

If you have a submission for a future issue or did not receive a copy of this issue, please contact us.

Communications and Marketing Staff

Jill Okimoto
Jill Okimoto

Director of Strategic Marketing and Communications

Valiant Women book

Carondelet High SchoolThe First Fifty Years

Written by the late Sister Eleanor Eagan, CSJ, and featuring nearly 300 photos, Valiant Women tells the history of Carondelet’s founding and captures stories of sisterhood, faith and community.

Books can be ordered online for $15.
$5 from every purchase will go toward the newly-created Sr. Eleanor Scholarship Fund.

Please email to order your copy.

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