On Wednesday, February 15, 2017, Chaminade College Preparatory will celebrate a Parents Day Mass and Lunch for high school parents. Please RSVP online by February 13.
Memorial services will be held on each of Chaminade College Preparatory’s campuses to commemorate the life of Bro. Skip Matthews, S.M. All students, faculty, staff, alumni, and parents are welcome to attend.
Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Tutor Center (new location), West Hills
Thursday, January 12, 2017
Fr. Allen DeLong Center, Chatsworth
8:00 a.m. (new time)
The Chaminade family continues to pray knowing Bro. Skip’s death is a beautiful entry into beholding the face of God and running (without his cane) to embrace his dear fried, Blessed William Joseph Chaminade.
Each year at this season, the Chaminade Marianist Community is closely joined in interest and concern with all members of the Chaminade College Preparatory family. November is a time to share with one another the memory of relatives, friends, former teachers and students who have been called by God to that eternal life we all hope to share.
All Souls’ Day, November 2, is a way for each one of us to remember our departed loved ones. To make our prayers more specific and significant, we invite you to submit the names of your deceased relatives and friends (including the class year of deceased alumni.) We will place these names on the altar in our Marianist community chapel and remember them as we celebrate the Eucharist throughout the month of November.
Let this be our offering to you. We are grateful for your continuing friendship and are privileged to minister to you through this on-going Chaminade tradition.
Please visit our website to fill out the form with the names of your deceased relatives and friends (including the class year of deceased alumni.)
Yours in Christ,
Fr. Ted Ley, S.M. ’58
Volunteers are Chaminade’s superheroes, and every year, hundreds of parents contribute thousands of hours to the school. There are many opportunities to lend a hand, as well as different levels of time commitment.
Chaminade relies on parents, grandparents, alumni, and friends who work in the library, cook burgers at athletic events, plan the Gala, assist with The Chaminade Fund, serve as House Parents, and much more.
To help parents navigate the activities and events which need help, Chaminade will host two volunteer mixers in August:
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Wine and Cheese Reception
Tutor Center Amphitheater
West Hills Campus
Thursday, August 18, 2016
8:00 to 10:00 a.m.
Coffee and Continental Breakfast
Oak Room, Chaminade Hall
The mixers offer parents the opportunity to meet committee chairs of special events, find out what volunteer opportunities are available, meet other parents, grandparents, and Chaminade’s Advancement team. Both events are open to all parents, and are not campus specific, so whether your child is in middle or high school, you are welcome to attend either event! To help with a head count for food and drinks, please RSVP to one of the mixers by August 12.
If you can’t make it on August 16 or 18, and need more information, please contact the Advancement Office at (818) 360-0615. In addition, please take a moment to fill out the parent volunteer form and return it to the Advancement Office.
For Chaminade students, their high school education is not just about going to college. It is also about exploring career opportunities. To help guide students on this journey, the school hosted its annual Career Night on September 16.
While some students know exactly what they want to do, others like junior Noelle Johnson, are open to possibilities. She reflected, “I came because there are so many different options for students in the world today, so many different jobs that are available, and I felt Career Night would help me to narrow down options and find a job that I’m really interested in and could pursue in college.”
Planned by Bro. Jack Dempsey, Career Night featured something for everyone. From an environmental engineer to a financier to a dentist, students could choose from an array of career representatives. He is grateful to the more than 50 alumni, parents and teachers who volunteered to talk to Chaminade students about their fields.