Before he served as the featured speaker at the 2013 Dayton Council on World Affiars (DCOWA) Annual Meeting and Program, national security expert and author William Hartung stopped by CJ to discuss current world affairs with freshman social studies students.
Before the cold winter weather arrived, Culinary Arts students gathered around the grill for a tasty lesson.
Family and Consumer Sciences instructor Judy Costa and CJ parent Jason Sattler teamed up during the first week in November to show Culinary Arts I classes all there is to know about grilling. Students started by testing their knife skills while learning how to slice wholesale cuts of meat for retail. Once proportioned, the pork ribs and beef steaks were trimmed, marinated and seasoned before hitting the grill and smoker temporarily stationed on the lawn in front of school.
Members of Chaminade Julienne’s National Honor Society inducted six new members into its chapter during a morning Mass ceremony in the CJ chapel Thursday, Oct. 11.
Those newly inducted this fall for the 2012-13 school year include seniors Brian Anderson, Amanda Burneka, Thomas Cox, Kiera Fletcher, Cin’Quan Haney and Patrick Steffan. Students applied for admission in September, and join 39 fellow members.
Dayton’s teenaged up-and-comers hope to school the city’s current generation of young professionals over lunch this Friday at Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School, located at 505 S. Ludlow St.
On September 28, members and guests of Generation Dayton (GenD) will be reminded why it is important to ‘Act Like a Teenager,’ as CJ seniors share about their experiences with community involvement, service, faith and diversity on and around the school’s downtown campus. The partnership is a result of GenD’s monthly Fourth Friday Lunch Speaker Series.
Take a photo tour around the tables and displays at CJ's Junior Service Fair, held in the gym Friday, Sept. 21, during homeroom. The fair is organized each year by the office of ministry and service to help students find local agencies where they can complete the 25 hours of community service required by all junior religion classes.
Thanks to representatives from 19 different Dayton-area service agencies who gave up part of their day to talk and meet with CJ students.
Los Angeles writer and director Nichol Simmons, a 1987 CJ graduate, shared a unique lesson with students at her alma mater during the first few weeks of school this September.
On a short return trip to the Dayton area, the filmmaker volunteered to offer screenwriting workshops to sophomore English and senior creative writing students over two school days. Student-participants were introduced to the nuances of screenwriting and reminded of the importance of “showing vs. telling,” while learning about the emphasis placed on plot and character development in the movie business.
So just how does Chaminade Julienne, a Catholic high school located in downtown Dayton, Ohio, stack up against other schools across the country?
According to Jay Mathews – Washington Post columnist, New York Times best-selling author, and creator of the High School Challenge Index – the numbers dictate CJ ranks among the most challenging educational institutions in America in terms of preparing students, across all levels, for the academic rigors of college.
Less than a week after welcoming students to campus for the start of the 2012-13 school year, CJ formally opened its doors for parents to follow their child’s schedule at Meet the Teacher night August 28.
Thanks to everyone who made time to stop by and meet members of the faculty and staff. If you were unable to attend, or would like to discuss your child’s individual progress, please contact his or her teacher directly to schedule a time to meet.
INTRODUCING NEW FACULTY & STAFF
Social studies teacher Tony Ricciuto spent two weeks studying and sight-seeing in Turkey this summer as part of an exclusive, all-expenses paid international tour of the country.
As one of three area educators selected by the Dayton Council on World Affairs to take part in the two-week cultural study, Ricciuto joined about 30 other teachers from across the United States who spent June 29 through July 12 immersed in Turkish architecture, history, art, education and faith life.
Just days after penciling in final exam answers this past June, a group of CJ students were off collecting passport stamps in the countries comprising the British Isles. Their time spent in Eastern Europe June 11-21 was equal parts leisure and learning.
Traveler Courteney Muhl, ‘13, detailed the group’s daily experiences – and the lessons each presented – during the Eagles’ 10-day stay on the other side of the Atlantic.