Chaminade College Preparatory offers summer school courses for students entering grades 6 to 8 at its Chatsworth campus, as well as for students entering grades 9 to 12 at its West Hills campus.
Registration for Session II is open until Thursday, June 22. The deadline ensures capacity to place students in the Blackboard Shell and Netclassroom system in time for classes to begin on Monday, June 26. Session II begins on June 26 and goes until July 14 for all grades except 9th. Some summer school classes for entering freshman end on July 7. For more information on summer school, please visit the website.
In addition, Chaminade offers a comprehensive summer enrichment program, known as Center for Excellence (CFE), for students in grades 1 to 12. Three weeks of CFE remain this summer:
- Week 3: June 26 to 30
- Week 4: July 3 to 7 (no classes July 4)
- Week 5: July 10 to 14
Bus registration for the 2017-2018 school year is open, and early bird registration prices end at 11:59 p.m. on Friday, June 16.
There is an inter-campus bus between the West Hills and Chatsworth campuses, as well as bus routes for the Conejo Valley, East Valley, and Santa Clarita Valley. For more information or to register, please click here.
Final exams for Chaminade students ended on Wednesday, May 26, and four days later, 12 juniors and seniors, along with their chaperones, boarded a plane for Maui. The group left Southern California and began their summer vacation with an ecology trip through Chaminade College Preparatory’s Center for Excellence (CFE).
The nine-day trip gave students the opportunity to contribute directly to current research projects on Maui, as well as learn about conservation and restoration issues and efforts. While coursework involved snorkeling, collecting fish species data, surveying sea turtles, and more, students also had the opportunity to study the biodiversity of the taro plant at the Waihe’e Ranch. Their day began at 7:00 a.m. and they worked until 12:00 p.m. Students studied various taro plants, cleaned taro patches, and prepared new roots of taro for future planting. They then used their knowledge of science to make meaningful decisions on how to better live a sustainable and resourceful life.
The Ecology Project International kicks off the summer portion of CFE. Summer Session I officially begins with on-campus activities on June 12. Two more sessions run through July 14. For more information, please visit www.chaminade.org/centerforexcellence or contact the CFE at (818) 347-8300.
Chaminade College Preparatory held commencement exercises at both its campuses last week. Baccalaureate Mass was held for the Class of 2017 on Friday, May 26 at the West Hills campus; and the commencement ceremony was on Saturday, May 27. Tassels were turned, and Eagle alumni welcomed 318 new members. Photos may be viewed on Facebook.
On Thursday, May 25, 8th grade graduation was held on the Chatsworth campus for Chaminade’s Class of 2021, which numbered 244 students. Please visit the school’s Facebook page for photos.
Congratulations to Chaminade’s graduates and their families!
photo by: Chaminade Golf
School’s out for the summer at Chaminade College Preparatory, unless you’re Will Draper ’18.
Finals and studying are over, but Draper spent the first day of summer break representing Eagle golf at the CIF/SCGA So Cal Regional Boys Golf Championship. He finished two-under and earned himself a third place finish at Brookside Golf Course. Draper moves on to the May 31 State Championship at Poppy Hills Golf Course.