News and Announcements

Chapel Decathletes Tie for Fourth in Super Quiz at L.A. Academic Decathlon!

Over one hundred schools from the Los Angeles Archdiocese competed at the Long Beach Pyramid on Sunday, March 11, 2018. Chapel earned three individual awards: Skye Connors (7th) earned 2nd in English, Colin Moore (7th) earned an 8th in Literature, and Joaquin Recinos (6th) took 9th in Social Studies. In the Super Quiz event, Chapel took 4th place by answering 44 of the 50 questions correctly. The team ran the fine arts and literature categories. CCS thanks our 2018 decathletes: Lea Sung (8th), Joon Kim (8th), Skye Connors (7th), Colin Moore (7th), Sophia Bauman (7th), Vincent Park (7th), Eva Coleman (7th), Marco Castro (7th), Jordan del Pozo (6th), and Joaquin Recinos (6th).
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Jeremiah Williams (8th) Named "Runner of the Meet"

Chapel competed in track at Cathedral High School on Sunday, March 4th. At the end of the day, our very own Jeremiah Williams received a trophy for his outstanding performance. He received the special honor of being named "Runner of the Meet." Congratulations, Jeremiah! You make us so very proud.
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Chapel Speech Team Shines at OLP Tournament

On Saturday, February 24th, Chapel's speech team traveled to Granada Hills to compete in the annual Our Lady of Peace Camino Real Speech League Tournament. Every one of our competitors showed amazing growth during practices and rehearsals. At the end of the day, Christina Arguello (8th) earned a 2nd place trophy in storytelling and a certificate of excellence in poetry. Maya Bryant (7th) earned a 2nd place trophy in poetry. Adrianna Brady (7th)earned a certificate of excellence in story-telling. Coach Amber Aguirre said that the competition was very stiff but that Aliyah Hampton was incredibly close to earning an award in her event as well. Congrats to our team and thanks for always making Chapel so very proud to hear you speak.
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One Beautiful Yet Powerful Celebration of Rhythm and Song

I pity anyone who wasn't able to attend the Celebration of Rhythm and Song at CCS on Friday, February 23rd in honor of Black History Month. In a word it was: INCREDIBLE, but to be honest, one word won't do it. From the delicious food to the moving opening prayer, to the powerful presentations by Maya Bryant, Isaiah Richardson, and Patrick Holloway, to the electric violins, to the drums, to the dancing, to the singing, to the keynote speaker, it deserves so many more words: deep, fun, moving, creative, powerful, beautiful, important, relevant, loving, hopeful, memorable, and I could go on. Actually I will...Mrs. Angel Nenninger was a gracious and eloquent hostess for the evening. Ms. Elburg outdid herself with the art that filled the walls. The masks by the 6th graders were brilliant. The whole night was brilliant. Thank you to the committee/benefactors who made it possible: Venessa Baumann, Ina Bryant, Jennifer Cleare, Odekilima Iniya, Rajka Jones, and Angel Nenninger. The night was a reminder of how blessed we are at CCS to have such amazing, invested, generous parents.
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The 19th Annual Geography Challenge and Bees Are in the Books.

On Tuesday, January 23, 2018, the top students in geography participated in grade level bees to determine this year's champions. Congratulations to Grades Two, Five, and Seven for winning both bragging rights for a year as well as classroom trophies. Individual trophies were awarded to the following geography experts:
1st: Emily Sangalang
2nd: Princeton Lee
3rd: Adrienne Martinez

1st: Cliff Connors
2nd: Joshua Bellon
3rd: Aaron Kim

1st: Skye Connors
2nd: Elhanan Anteneh
3rd: Aliyah Hampton
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Speech Team Spends Saturday Sharing Talent and Taking Trophies!

The Chapel Speech Team competed at the St. Bernard's speech competition on Saturday, December 9, 2017. Congratulations to all the participants for progress in their important oral speech skills and a special salute to the following students for placing at the tournament: Christina Arguella (8th) 2nd in Thematic, Maya Bryant (7th) 2nd in Dramatic, Skye Connors (7th) and Adrianna Brady (7th) 3rd in Improv Dual, and Patrick Holloway (6th) 2nd in Humorous. Students will compete next in February.
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Seventh and Eighth Graders Travel to Yorba Linda and Tour the Richard Nixon Library and Museum.

On Thursday, 7th and 8th graders spent the day learning about American and presidential history at the Nixon Library. Subjects included the Civil Rights Era, the Vietnam War, and the Watergate Scandal. Students took docent-led tours of the recently renovated facility, which was beautifully decorated for the holiday season. Afterward students enjoyed pizza and fun at the nearby Hurless Barton Park. Thanks to our parent chaperones, Mrs. Fonseca, Mr. Cofield, Mrs. Nenninger, and Mrs. Moore for making our trip possible.
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