On Sunday, November 19, Chaminade College Preparatory welcomes families to Open House. This is the perfect opportunity to learn about our high school program, which combines a rigorous academic curriculum with robust course offerings and extra-curricular activities. Open House will be held at our West Hills campus from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
During Open House you can:
Take a campus tour and see our facilities
Talk to faculty, students, and current parents
Learn about our one-to-one tablet technology
Visit academic departments and learn more about our innovative learning program
Explore our arts and athletics programs
Talk to our admissions team and administration
Don’t miss a special performance of Macbeth by William Shakespeare in the Tutor Family Center for the Performing Arts. Families are invited to drop in anytime during Open house and stay for a Q& A after the performance.
If you can’t make it to Open House, please call 818-347-8300 to schedule a tour or visit our website.
Photo by Andy Holzman/SCNG | Los Angeles Daily News
Chaminade Football finished the 2017 season, 6-0 in Mission League play are league champions after their 57-33 win over Bishop Amat on Friday, November 3. The Eagles will play in the first round of the Division 1 CIF-SS playoffs on November 10, and have secured a opening round home game against Orange Lutheran.
The game on Friday kicks off at 7:00 p.m. at Booster Stadium (West Hills). Tickets are $10 per adult and $5 per student.
From October 10 to October 20 Chaminade joined Catholic schools around the Los Angeles Archdiocese in celebrating Respect Life Week. Each October we try to set aside some time to focus on the very precious gift of human life and the ways that we can contribute to treating that gift with reverence and dignity. This year we focused on the seven Catholic Social Teaching Principles:
The Dignity of Human Life
Call to Family, Community, and Participation
Rights and Responsibilities
Options for the Poor and Vulnerable
The Dignity of Work and Rights of Workers
Solidarity, and Stewardship
Care of God’s Creation
We celebrated a beautiful Mass on each of our campuses highlighted by a candlelight procession symbolizing how we can be light to the world and stand up for human dignity. Gia Frank ’24, pledged to take care of God’s creation and challenges all of us to do the same saying “each of us has a calling to make the world a better place.” Alec Simoni ’18, says that respect life is about “valuing dignity in one another regardless of who or where you are in life.” He promotes the dignity of human life through the club that he founded, Caring Hearts, whose mission is to help sick and impoverished youth in our community and around the world.