• College Bound Seniors - Want $1,000?

    The Carondelet Parent Association Presents
    Essay Scholarship Competition for All College-Bound Seniors

    Five $1,000 scholarships will be awarded

    THE QUESTION: What do you think to be the single most important societal problem in today's world? Why? What do you think are the most effective solutions to this problem? Why? What abilities have you gained at Carondelet to help with these solutions?

    Submit a 500-word essay to:
    Deadline is Sunday, Feb. 28
    Must be in Word or PDF format
    Include full name and student ID# in the subject line of the email
    View the pdf here

    Scholarships will be announced in May

    Best Of Luck To All Participants!

  • Senior Panoramic Photo - Buy it Today!

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    Class of 2016 - follow this link to purchase your very own copy of your senior panoramic photo. This great keepsake is less than $20.

    Order your copy today.

    (the photo picture here is NOT the official panoramic photo)

  • Dress Code Update

    Carondelet High School fosters an atmosphere and upholds an appearance code where there is personal pride, respect for others, and purpose toward our mission. We ask that all uniform and non-uniform clothing be in good repair, and modestly appropriate.

    In an effort to streamline our dress code options, beginning next school year the skort will no longer be available for purchase. This notice gives our community ample time to adjust for future ordering. Thank you in advance for your understanding.

  • Community Service Reminder & Opportunities

    Please come to the Community Service Office to sign-up for the following service opportunities:

    • Volunteers needed for the Carondelet Crab Feed on Saturday, March 5 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Pizza and snacks will be provided. There will be a meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 23 at lunch in the Chapel to go over the details.
    • Woodrose Academy Catholic School needs help decorating tables (set-up only) for their Salute Event on Saturday, March 5 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
    • Help sort food, clothing, and toys for the White Pony Express. They are a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping eliminate hunger and poverty in Contra Costa County by delivering the abundance all around us to those in need. Please note that the Free General Store Clothing and Toy Distribution Facility is located in Pleasant Hill, and the Food Rescue Program Facility is located in Walnut Creek. For more information, please visit their website at and
  • Class of 2016 - End of Year Events


    It's hard to believe, but graduation is only a few months away. In order to help you navigate this special time, we've created a special page for the end of year senior activities. (We suggest you bookmark the page.)

    Grad Night Registration - follow this link. (Last day to purchase a ticket is Sunday, May 1)

    For graduation or grad night questions, contact Kathleen Henggeler at

  • CSF Spring Membership Applications Due Feb. 16

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    Applications for the 2015-2016 Spring Membership in the California Scholarship Federation (CSF) (using Semester 1 grades) are available now in the Registrar's Office, located in the Main Office. Deadline for completion of the process is Tuesday, Feb. 16 by 3:30 p.m.

    All students, including freshmen, may apply during this time frame.

    Please return completed applications, following the application procedure outline on the back of the form, to the Registrar's Office before the above mentioned deadline. No extensions can be given according to the regulations of the CSF organization.

  • Sadie Hawkins Dance

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    The Sadie Hawkins Dance will be held on our campus on Thursday, Feb.11 from 7 to 10 p.m. This is the final all-school dance this school year. Guest passes are available here.

    Buy your tickets here.

  • Free Tutoring Available!

    National Honors Society is available for free tutoring in all subjects for Carondelet and De La Salle Students.

    If interested contact with the times you are available and subject(s) you need tutoring and we will set you up with a tutor.

  • Northeast College Tour

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    We are excited to let you know we will be offering a College Tour through Education First Explore America to Boston & New York City in June 2016! You may begin enrolling on the trip now. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

    This is an excellent opportunity for your daughter to see a wide range of schools and help her explore what kind of schools might be the right fit. She’ll return home more engaged in her college search, and with a better understanding of what types of schools to visit with your family. Schools we will be visiting will include Harvard, Boston University, Boston College, Northeastern, Tufts, Bentley, Babson, Yale, Trinity, Columbia, Barnard and NYU.

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  • 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.

  • 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?!