CEEB School Code: 361:795
As a Catholic institution, Chaminade Julienne adheres to the Christian concept that employment opportunities are based on individual abilities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender, military status, age, ancestry, disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law and to the extent applicable to religious institutions. This policy applies to all aspects of employment including hiring, promotion, demotion, recruitment, training, compensation, benefits, and termination.
Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School is a Catholic secondary school owned and operated by two religious orders, Society of Mary and the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, in conjunction with lay persons. The downtown school has existed for 130 years at its location on Franklin and Ludlow Streets in Dayton, Ohio.
The school is proud of its cosmopolitan composition. Students enrolled in grades 9–12 are 69% Catholic, 58.9% Caucasian,
25% African American, 7.2% Biracial, 4.1% Hispanic,1.9% Asian, .6% African, 2.3% other.
Of this population, 81% receives some form of financial assistance and/or scholarships. In keeping with our founders’ charisms and CJ’s mission statement, last year students contributed over 11,557 volunteer hours to the community. Over 26,915 men and women are graduates of the school.
- Enrollment: 681
- Student to teacher ratio: 16.5:1
- Of certified employees: 76% have a Master’s Degree or beyond
- Accreditation: State of Ohio, North Central Association (1938), NASSP, and the Ohio Catholic School Accrediting Assoc.
- National dual certification in Project Lead the Way pre-engineering and biomedical sciences (CJ STEMM)
Last year, 97% of our graduates continued formal education, including 81% to four-year colleges and universities and 13% to two-year colleges; 3% entered the military/workforce.
CJ Mean: CR 596
State Mean: CR 578
Students Tested: 37% of the senior class
CJ Mean: Eng 24.2 M 23.6 Comp 24.1
State Mean: Eng 21.2 M 21.6 Comp 22.0
Students Tested: 91% of the senior class
National Merit Program
2013-17: 14 National Merit Scholars
Last spring, 164 students took 248 exams in 13 areas; 48% of the scores were equal to or higher than 3.
All students are required to:
Credit Hour Requirement
CJ does not assign class rank. Two GPAs are reflected on the transcript. Honors and AP are calculated on a weighted scale. All other courses are on a 4.0 scale, except PE, which is not calculated in the GPA. The overall GPA range for the Class of 2017 is 4.69–1.94.
The quantitative numerical grades used at CJ have the following qualitative meanings:
College recommending mark is C.
Steve Fuchs .......... Assistant Principal for Academics
Emily Saunders .......... Administrative Assistant to Academics
Jama Badinghaus .......... Counselor
Susan Eichenauer .......... Counselor
A.J. Grimm ...................... Counselor
Kate Elder ......................... Administrative Assistant to Guidance