Mission Statement History
The year was 1965! Carondelet High School opened its doors for the first time. The mission was living in the hearts of the Sisters of St. Joseph who envisioned our school and in six women of faith and courage who put their vision into practice.
The year was 1991! As part of our school's strategic planning process, a committee was gathered to formulate and proclaim a written Mission Statement. The wisdom of these words have guided and inspired us for the past 24 years. We are grateful.
Carondelet High School, founded and sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, provides quality Catholic education in a caring environment. Carondelet educates, challenges, and enables young women to integrate gospel values, to intelligently apply these values to their lives, and to reflect these values through leadership and service to the greater community. (Mission Statement 1991)
Vision Statement: Carondelet High School, founded and sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, will serve those seeking to become all of which woman is capable through a curriculum that integrates intellectual, moral, physical, psychological, social and spiritual development.
Carondelet High School will model collaboration among students, faculty, parents, alumnae, Board, and the greater community.
Integrating a counter-cultural stance based on gospel values, the School will nurture an environment of risk-taking that enables each person to assume roles of leadership and service to the dear neighbor.
Graduates of Carondelet High School will know their responsibility to reflect the CSJ charism of unity and reconciliation in their personal and professional lives.