With the whole school assembled pep rally style in Mary, Our Lady of Victory Gym, Dan Meixner '84, president, announced the next project to be completed through the effort of LIFT — Leading In Faith Today, the school’s $20 million capital campaign. With an additional $3.1 million raised since the LIFT’s public announcement on January 30, 2014, the school Board of Trustees green-lighted plans to fortify and renovate the oldest building on campus.
Christmas came early for one Chaminade Julienne student.
Madison Grothouse ‘18, a freshman from Huber Heights, was sitting in 5th period biology class Tuesday, Dec. 9 when in walked an unexpected surprise — her brother, Nick Grothouse, a Specialist with the Ohio Army National Guard.
According to the latest Niche Rankings, Chaminade Julienne is among the top 15 Best Private High Schools in Ohio for 2015.
The rating system takes into account three factors: Academics, Student Culture & Diversity, and Parent/Student Surveys on Overall Experience.
"Best Private High Schools ranks 3,880 high schools based on key student statistics and more than 120,000 opinions from 16,000 students and parents," according to k12.niche.com.
During a one-of-a-kind celebration held Thursday evening during Catholic Schools Week, Chaminade Julienne revealed its $20 million comprehensive campaign, LIFT— Leading in Faith Today, and announced that 67 percent of the goal had already been met.
For just two days this summer, the halls of Chaminade Julienne will be transformed into ‘Bombeck High School’ – and no, you didn’t miss news of another merger.
The temporary name change comes at the request of FilmDayton, a non-profit volunteer-based production company located downtown on East Fifth Street, which will be shooting scenes at the school building on the corner of Franklin and Ludlow Streets on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 18-19, for its new web series, Freak Club.