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LIFT and the Impact on Enrollment

As first seen in the Fall 2016 edition of Vision.

“What impact has LIFT had on enrollment?” It is a question that Director of Admissions Brett Chmiel ‘02

says continues to humble him.

“While we can’t measure the direct impact now, there is a correlation between good enrollment momentum and our community’s excitement for the outcomes of LIFT.

Discovery Days

400 local eighth grade students get to experience high school , for part of a day, during CJ's Discovery Days on Thursday, October 8 and Thursday, October 15.

"They have a lot of fun, they learn something new, meet a new friend, and get a good perspective of what high school will be like in the aspect of Catholic education," explained director of admissions, Brett Chmiel '02.

International Student Program Embarks Initial Year

Seven current CJ students and two CJ alumni acted as true ambassadors as they spent their last Friday of their summer break back at CJ welcoming new international students to school.

“The orientation was to give the new international students an initial overview of the building and of our community,” shared Brett Chmiel ’02, Director of Admissions. “It allowed them to meet some of the other students in a more intimate setting without experiencing too much culture shock.”

CJ Parent Receptions Open to Families

Chaminade Julienne is conducting off-campus information sessions for prospective parents this fall. These welcoming get-togethers take place in public venues and are open and accessible to anyone who'd like to learn more about us.

Your family is invited to come meet host families and school leadership members including Dan Meixner, CJ president, in the comfort of your own neighborhood, where you can:

Ask questions regarding your child's options at CJ,

Learn about the admissions process, and

Talk with host families about why they are choosing CJ today.

Contest Recognizes Area's Young Writers

Local 7th and 8th grade students were recognized for their award-winning submissions in Chaminade Julienne’s area-wide Catholic Schools Writing Contest during an after-school ceremony on Thursday, March 1.

More than 250 entrants submitted pieces across four categories: fictional short story, fictional short-short story, non-fiction essay and poetry. From that initial pool of students, 47 received awards in each category (1st - 3rd place, plus Honorable Mention recognition).

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