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Last year, 20% of our senior athletes signed NCAA letters of intent. We have more Olympic medals among our graduates than any other Bay Area school of our size. And our new Carondelet Athletics Complex is a world-class athletics facility that provides a playing field for our students to explore their full potential.

Sport Start Dates

The CIF and NCS has postponed 2020-21 athletics events until December 2020. Once team schedules are set and finalized, they will appear on this page.

Read full NCS statement on start dates for fall and spring sports.


2020-21 Athletics Updates

October 19: Locker Usage

In order to follow COVID safety protocols, all athletic gear/equipment must be placed in the locker room prior to the start of the school day. If gear/equipment is left in school hallways it will be removed. 

Repeat offenders will temporarily lose access to their gear and could be suspended from team activities for a week or longer.

View full instructions

September 6: Athletics Town Hall
Thursday, September 10, 6:30 PM

Hear from Carondelet Athletics staff about ongoing camps and cohorts, anticipated tryout dates, and sport-specific information based on schedules from NCS. 

Video recording of Town Hall 

August 16, 11 AM: Sport-Specific and Strength & Conditioning Cohorts

We are diligently working on plans to bring our student-athletes on campus to train at the Carondelet Athletics Complex (CAC) starting on August 24. We will hold sport-specific training and strength and conditioning sessions with stable cohorts of student-athletes.

With over 500 student-athletes at Carondelet, we have to limit each athlete to one sports cohort to stay within the stable cohorts guidelines. We will keep each student-athlete cohort together for their strength and conditioning training sessions. Currently not all sports have camps. We will focus and concentrate on all fall sports first and foremost. If you do not see your sport you are encouraged to sign up for Strength & Conditioning until your camp opens up. Each cohort will meet in three-week sessions from August through December 2020.

We want to make sure that your daughter receives specific information for the sports camps she wishes to participate in this fall. We will strive to accommodate all requests. However, based on cohort availability, athletes may be limited to only one cohort in order to provide equitable opportunity for as many athletes as possible. Those requesting multiple cohorts may be restricted.

Student-athletes should fill out the questionnaire by Wednesday, August 19.

The first Strength & Conditioning cohorts will start on August 24. We will be starting with two different cohorts for the first few weeks. Before your athlete can partake, they must be registered for athletics and have a current physical uploaded.

When we reach maximum capacity for both S&C cohorts, athletes will be put on a waiting list. After the first three weeks, athletes who have inconsistent attendance will be removed from the cohort and an athlete from the waitlist will be added following a one week “safe period.”

Freshman can register for S&C Cohort 1 (Monday and Wednesday from 5:30-7:00 PM). All other athletes will need to register for S&C Cohort 2 (Tuesday and Thursday from 3:45-5:15 PM).

Strength & Conditioning Cohort Sign-Up

There are several actions that families need to complete in order to volunteer or for their student-athlete to participate in Athletics. Please review the Athletics Family Checklist to start the process.

If you have questions about:
Strength and Conditioning - Coach Dani Bernat
Athletic clearance or physicals - Athletic Trainer Jessica Rollins
General questions - Assistant Athletics Director Cat Arroyo


July 20, 11 AM:

This morning we received announcements from the CIF and North Coast Section in regards to the upcoming school year. In addition, the North Coast Section and the East Bay Athletic League will have multiple meetings in the near future to discuss how the announcement will affect local activities, including Carondelet athletics.

School leadership has discussed a variety of scenarios over the course of the summer and we will continue to plan in light of this new information from the CIF while working in conjunction with Contra Costa Health Services.

The safety and well-being of our students is our first priority. We also want to do everything in our power to bring our students, and student-athletes, back to our facilities as soon as we can. We will continue to provide more information as we are able to announce it.


Family Info and Checklist

Families, there’s a new page specifically for you and all your to do’s, including Registration, Parent Driver Clearance, Payments, and Team Apparel stores. Visit Athletics Family Checklist page.


Carondelet High School is proud of its comprehensive athletics program and heritage and as such, we value all teams, sports, and student athletes equally at all levels of play. We consider athletics to be an integral part of the school community and, therefore, the Carondelet mission to live with heart, faith, and courage remains at the core of our athletic ideals. Carondelet is a place where young women enjoy the opportunity to develop athletic abilities consistent with the highest standards of academic scholarship, leadership, sportsmanship and school tradition.


A Carondelet student athlete is a confident and accomplished young woman who pursues the highest levels of intellectual, personal and athletic achievements.


Six sign NLIs

More student-athletes are committing to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level, signing their National Letters of Intent on November 11, 2020.

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