• Class of 2014 - Red Letter Day - April 30

    Just a reminder that the Wednesday after Easter vacation (April 30) is an Early Start for all students.

    Seniors will report directly to the Garaventa Center at 8:15 a.m. for "Red Letter Day". Seniors are asked to bring all admissions decisions and offers of scholarships and grants that have not already been turned in to the college counselors (we are happy to make copies and return originals). We will honor and celebrate all seniors with stickers and prizes from the treasure chest. The agenda is full including: important graduation information, college housing, ELM & EPT tests for CSUs, UC writing test & wait lists, DVC update, final transcripts, graduation song practice, etc.

    Please note: We are very sensitive to the fact that students are not admitted to all of the schools they apply to. All information that students provide is confidential and not shared with classmates. All admission decisions and financial aid information is used for statistical purposes, scattergrams, in-house reports, and the official school profile. See attached flyer for additional information.

  • Senior Spring Out of Uniform Guidelines

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    Class of 2014!

    Mrs. Libby has announced that you may wear out of uniform - just be sure to follow the guidelines listed here.

  • Class of 2014 - Graduation and End of Year Activities


    Bookmark this page for information relating to graduation and the end of year activities.

    Register for Grad Night HERE. (Last day to purchase a ticket is Friday, May 9)
    (If you have any trouble with registration, please contact Christina Ditzel

  • College Athletic Information

    Students interested in playing a sport after high school can review eligibility requirements with NCAA and NAIA and should notify both their College Counselor and Academic Advisor of their interest.

    General information for NCAA can be found here. Please note the eligibility changes for NCAA eligibility beginning with the fall of 2016. This information can be found here and current eligibility requirements can be found here. NAIA student eligibility can be found here. If you have any questions please see your College Counselor and/or your Academic Advisor for assistance.

  • Service Opportunities

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    • Bake cookies for the Monument Crisis Center’s Senior Moments Program.
    • Tutoring at the Concord Library every Wednesday from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
    • Tutoring foster children at Families First Homework Club every Tuesday and/or Thursday from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.
    • Crafts and tutoring at St. Peter Martyr’s Extended Care Program Monday through Friday from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. (or longer). Pick the day that works best for you.
    • Building Blocks Day Care – Open Monday through Friday until 6:00 p.m. Pick the day and time that fits your schedule.
    • Oak Park Convalescent Hospital – Open every day. Visit with the residents.(Weekend opportunity.)
    • Sunrise Assisted Living – Open every day. Visit with the residents, play games, etc. (Weekend opportunity.)
  • Summer Employment Opportunity for Seniors

    Seniors (who will be over 18 by the end of May):

    • Do you enjoy working with children?
    • Are you interested in earning some money ($11/hr) over the summer?
    • Would you like a job where you always have the weekends and evenings off?

    If you answered "yes" to these questions, you should contact Doris Dannels ( or 925.479.0785) who is the Executive Director of Extended Day Child Care in Dublin. Doris is accepting letters of interest and applications now.

  • Second Semester Book Lists

    Here are the book lists for 2nd semester classes. Carondelet no longer uses, so please use Amazon or other sites to purchase your books.

    Carondelet 2nd Semester Book List

    De La Salle 2nd Semester Book List

  • Backing up your iPad

    Now would be a good time for you to make sure that you are backing up your iPad (or laptop/computer). So, when you get home tonight, follow the instructions/cheat sheet found here on how to back up your iPad. It will not take long, but could save you a LOT of headache IF something were ever to happen to your iPad.

  • Follow CHS Activities on Twitter!


    Stay up-to-date with the latest CHS reminders from Student Activities by following the CHS_Activities Twitter account.

    Don't have a twitter account? NO PROBLEM! All you need is a phone that receives texts.

    To sign up: text "follow @CHS_Activities" to 40404. You will receive a confirmation tweet saying you're now following CHS_Activities. To stop receiving the texts, simply text "stop" to 40404. (Standard text messaging rates do apply.)

  • iCalendar Feed


    Want all the school calendar events on your iPad (or other device)? Simply follow this link and the calendar will be fed to your iPad calendar.

    Now wasn't that easy?!

  • Free Tutoring Available!


    Need help studying for a class? Why not meet with one of our own NHS student tutors to help you understand the material in class? Simply send a request to and you will be connected to an NHS tutor.

    It's FREE! What do you have to lose?