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Announcing our new President, Annette Eros

We welcome Annette Richardson Eros, a member of the class of 1985, back to the Carondelet community as our fourth President. She will begin her role as President on July 1, 2020.

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Jean Hofmann Center for Innovation - Breaking the Glass Ceiling

The Jean Hofmann Center for Innovation represents a new era of secondary education for young women—one shaped by breakthrough integration and global capabilities.

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Activist shares emotional story

She was the first person to speak openly about being a victim of sexual assault on a college campus. Now, Katie Koestner has become an advocate for confidence and consent.

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Carondelet Ventures Launches 1st School Hackathon

On February 7 Carondelet Ventures is holding our first ever “Hackathon” in the Jean Hofmann Center for Innovation. It’s like the TV show Shark Tank!

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Positively Impacting the Homeless Community

Shelby Bates ’20 models what it means to be a woman of heart. Since elementary school she has been involved with C.H.A.A.M. Ministries Helping the Homeless in San Jose.

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A Glimpse into Our Future

Students recorded and edited this podcast asking “What are you most looking forward to at Carondelet?”

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Students in Action

The Jefferson Awards Students in Action Program empowers students to think big, choose their own public service passion, engage their entire school and broader communities, and create maximum impact.

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Playing at a Higher Level

Congratulations to each of these 10 student-athletes who committed to playing sports at the collegiate level!

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Hands-on in Health Care

In November 2019, 33 students donned hospital scrubs and learned about surgical nursing and the thousands of instruments used during operations.

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A Valuable Learning Ground for Accomplished Women

Natalie Ionescue ’20 has been selected as the Carondelet High School Delegate for the 76th Annual American Legion Auxiliary’s California Girls State.

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Making a Difference in Our Community

“Ms. Alpert made a difference in the lives of these students, and she has made a huge impact in the community. ~ District Attorney’s Office, Contra Costa, CA

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Castles, Museums, and More in Northern France

During Easter Break, 11 students embarked on an exhilarating journey of culture, language, and history through Northern France.

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Save a Turtle

Some of my earliest memories are walking along the beach and going on hikes with my family. From a young age I have loved being surrounded by nature and I felt a responsibility to protect it, which is why I was extremely sad to learn how plastics are negatively impacting our marine life.

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