• Want to Join Yearbook? Apply Today!

    Do you like to write? Maybe you like to take photos or want to design a layout? Maybe you want to know what a colophon is?

    If you answered yes to any of the above. Yearbook is for you. Applications are now available for the 2016 Kaleidoscope—our 50th Anniversary edition. Please fill out this application and return to Ms. Koski in the library by Tuesday, March 31. Questions? See Ms. Koski or e-mail her at

  • Sisterhood Week - Out of Uniform (March 16-20)

    • Monday - come in your assigned color with denim or uniform skirts on the bottom. (Friday uniform with your color )
    • Tuesday - Go Green in honor of St. Patrick’s Day - with denim or uniform skirt with green tops, sweatshirts, socks etc. (Friday uniform with green)
    • Wednesday - school uniform or Friday uniform
    • Thursday - dress uniform with tights and sweater in honor of our sisters.
    • Friday - come in your color with denim or uniform skirts. (Friday uniform with your color)

    *jeans/denim may be in any color

  • Junior Prom Ticket are on Sale


    Junior Prom is Saturday, March 28, in the Hofmann Student Center on De La Salle campus. The theme of the 2015 Junior Prom is "Cirque." The dance is from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Hors d'oeuvres and desserts will be served.

    Tickets are $40 each and are on sale now through March 25 on the De La Salle website. Click here for online registration.

    Guest Pass: Download a guest pass here and return it to the deans no later than 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 25.

    Photography: Professional portraits will be shot at the Prom. There is no pre-ordering or online ordering. Orders and payments will be accepted at the Prom. See the flyer on the DLS page (here) for packages and prices.

  • Lenten Project - Days for Girls - Fabric Donations

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    Guidelines for donating fabric:
    Donating Fabric for Days for Girls Liners (this is the bulk of what we are making – so our greatest need):

    • 100% cotton flannel
    • Medium to dark colors are best to disguise stains
    • Pretty, brightly colored prints are best
    • Avoid white and light colors (dye them if donated)
    • Do not use prints with people, animals, snakes, reptiles, dragons, war-theme, camouflage, glam, and other culture-specific topics.
    • The best prints are floral and geometrics/graphics
    • Buy the best quality you can afford; a tightly woven flannel is better than a loose weave.
    • **Remember: medium to dark colors are best.**

    Donating Fabric for Days for Girls Drawstring Bags:

    • Quilter's cotton is good.
    • Fabric may be 100% cotton or poly-cotton blend
    • Pretty, brightly colored prints are best.
    • Do not use prints with people, animals, snakes, reptiles, dragons, war-theme, camouflage, glam, and other culture-specific topics.
    • The best prints are floral and geometrics/graphics.
  • CHS Today February Issue is HERE!

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    Read about Freedom of Speech, a Pieology reivew, One Billion Rising and much more in the February issue of the CHS Today student newspaper. Find your newsprint copy in the Inner Court or follow this link to read it online.

  • NHS Applications


    During the next two weeks, the National Honor Society will invite interested sophomores and juniors who meet the requirements below to attend one of two mandatory orientation meetings. In addition, applicants are required to complete an application form indicating their wish to be considered for membership.

    Membership is an honor and is recognition of outstanding leadership experience, service to others, good character, and academic achievement. A committee consisting of Carondelet faculty will select new members.

    Requirements for membership are:

    1. A cumulative GPA of 3.50 or better, to be confirmed by the Registrar’s Office.
    2. Leadership experience in school and community activities.
    3. Service rendered to the school or community at large.
    4. Good character as judged by others.

    Application forms will only be available at the orientation meetings. All applicants must attend one of the two orientation meetings. Meetings will be held on Monday, March 2, and Thursday, March 5. Both lunchtime meetings will be in room 22.

  • CHS Athletics is now on Twitter!

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    Follow our new CHS Athletics Twitter to recieve the latest Athletics news and scores! @go_carondelet

  • College Bound Seniors: Do You Want $1,000??

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    What to Write About
    Pick one woman in history or fiction with whom you would like to converse. Explain your choice. What would you talk about? What qualities and accomplishments do you most admire in her? How might they inspire you to make your own contributions?

    How to Enter
    ◦ Write a 500-word essay on this topic;
    ◦ Prepare the essay in Word or PDF format;
    ◦ Email it to;
    ◦ Include your full name and student ID# in the email subject line.

    Deadline is Monday, March 23, 2015 (Deadlined extended from March 2)

    Scholarships will be announced in May
    Best of luck to all participants!

  • Sophomores & Juniors: do you want to change the world?

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    The ANNpower Vital Voices Initiative helps train and mentor high school sophomores and juniors who have the power to create positive change in their communities and around the globe.

    How it works: ANNpower will select 50 applicants to become 2015 ANNpower Fellows. These promising young women will attend the annual leadership forum in Washington, D.C., providing them with the skills, mentorship, training and power to change the world.

    Apply NOW through March 8.

    The results are life-changing.

  • Opportunities to Do Good

    Please come to the Community Service Office for more information or to sign-up for the following community service opportunities:


    Special Events:

    Monument Crisis Center Tutoring Spring 2015: Tutors are needed for children in Kindergarten through 8th Grade on Wednesdays and/or Thursdays from 3:15 - 4:15 p.m. Please pick up a Volunteer Application in the Community Service Office.

    CHS Crab Feed: Volunteer at this fun event on Saturday, March 7, from 5:00 - 10:00 p.m. A pasta dinner will be provided, and you will get to keep the tips that you make!

    Continuous Service:

    • St. Agnes Elementary School desperately needs tutors. Please see Mrs. Lawrence in the Community Service Office for more details.
    • Tutors needed for the Academic Excellence Program at the Community Youth Center in Concord Monday through Saturday at various times. Please pick up a Volunteer Application and Flyer.
    • Tutoring children at the Concord Library on Mondays and/or Wednesdays from 4:00-6:00 p.m. Please pick up a Volunteer Application and Flyer.
    • 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.
    • Brushes and Beakers – Help children with art projects and science experiments on Mondays and Tuesdays after school at Bancroft Elementary School.
    • Building Blocks Day Care – Open Monday through Friday until 6:00 p.m. Pick the day and time that fits your schedule.
    • Monument Crisis Center – Bake cookies for their Senior Moments Program.
    • Atria Montego Heights – Open every day. Visit with the residents, play games, etc. (Weekend opportunity.)
    • Chateau on Broadway – Help residents with social media (e.g., Email and Facebook). Open every day. 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.)
  • Senior Athletes!


    Do you plan to sign a letter of intent to play a college sport next year? If so, we would love to host your signing party here at Carondelet to celebrate your achievement! Bring your family and your best pen as we capture this special day on camera.

    Please come see Mrs. Seto in the Main Office for details.

    Go Cougars!

  • 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?

    NHS tutors will be available until May 1. After this date, those needing assistance will need to make other arrangements.

  • Class of 2015 - 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 15, by 3:00 p.m.)
    (If you have any trouble with registration, please contact Christina Ditzel

    For graduation or grad night questions, contact Kathleen Henggeler at

  • 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.)