Student Projects

Carondelet students have a variety of interests. Their web pages run the gamut from fabulous to frivolous, from serious to silly – whatever the content, these pages were created with the love and passion of individuals who have something to say to the world.

Examples of student created web pages:

The Carondelet Cafeteria
We have a wonderful cafeteria. Here are just a few of the things that make it wonderful.

A High Fashion Dream
Being a fashion designer is not easy. One student reveals her desire to enter this challenging career.

Great Class
What is the most important attribute of a great class? It appears to be the teacher!

It's A Girl Thing
Gender equality has come a long way, but there is still much room for improvement. These ten stories depict women who have faced and have challenged the inequalities between men and women.

French at CHS
Learn about the one of the most widely taught languages in the world. Second only to English, French is truly an international language, and a wonderful language to learn.

Dance
There is more to dance than dancing. The Carondelet Web Design class students explore dance in this, their first project.

People Helping People
Carondelet High School students and teachers help others in many and varied ways.

Lend A Hand
Are you passionate about helping others?

Fontbonne Forum 2008
Stress was the topic, relieving stress was the goal!

One Small Step for Women...
I am strong, I am invincible, I am woman.

Types of Cancer
Learn about twenty types of cancer and why it is important to eat vegetables!

Making Movies: Poetry Shorts
Dr. Murphy's AP English class has created some wonderful movies about poets and poetry.

Gossip
Can gossip be good or is it always bad?

Capitalism and the Poor
Capitalism, good or bad for the poor?

O'Chemistry
Ms. O'Sullivan's chemistry is fun!!!

Eva Luna
About It! A Guide to References and Allustions

Food Waste Awareness
How much food do Carondelet students waste?

Drugs-What Do You Really Know?
As reported by Ms. McKinney's Health class students.

Women in America
How do we view women in America?