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Great Day at the California Science Center Studying about King Tut!

Fifth and sixth graders deepened their understanding of Ancient Egypt on Monday, May 21st. They explored the King Tut exhibit and saw the IMAX movie about the antiquities of Egypt. Thank you Mrs. Aguirre and Mr. Pham for planning a day at the California Science Center. None of this would be possible without our parent chaperones, so thank you Parents.
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Chapel Speech Team Breaks School Records for Awards in Season's Final Competition!

Chapel made history at the Las Colinas Speech Competition on May 19, 2016. For the first time ever, a 5th grader took first place in a major event: Congratulations Elizabeth Lo; she earned a 1st place in Theme. Our only 8th grade member this year, Christina Arguello, took home more awards from one event than any student in the history of our team. She earned a 1st in Dramatic, 2nd in Humorous, a Gold in Versatility, and a Perseverance Award for competing in over six different categories at events over the year. Maya Bryant (7th) earned a Bronze Versatility Award and also earned a Perseverance Award; she competed in five different categories over the course of this year's speech season. Adrianna Brady also earned a Perseverance Award. Patrick Holloway (6th) was awarded a certificate for his performance in Humorous. Congratulations to our incredible team and one great, big "THANK YOU!" you to our amazing speech coach, Mrs. Amber Aguirre.
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2014 Chapel Grad off to MIT after Giving NDHS Graduation Speech!

Chapel is a family, and although our students graduate and leave our halls, they do not leave our thoughts or hearts. Hearing of the success of our former students is extremely rewarding. The news from Alice Cotti of Notre Dame High School this week was particularly exciting. Ally will be giving the speech at her high school graduation; she's also been accepted to MIT. In addition to the great news about Ally, the letter said, "Thank you for the incredible job you do of educating young people who join our community and grow in heart and mind. We love our Cathedral Chapel students and would love to have more of them! Please keep sending them our way. With much love and appreciation for all you do, Alice Cotti, Notre Dame HS (Sherman Oaks)." Thank you, Ms. Cotti; God bless NDHS, and God bless Ally Hong and her family.
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Theme Day at Chapel Brings Out School Spirit!

The classes outdid themselves on Wednesday for our annual Theme Day. We had superheroes, firefighters, high school colors, Hawaiian dancers, tourists, picture postcards, sports teams, cowgirls and cowboys and so much more. Everyone is looking forward to Spirit Day next week. Thanks to student council, parents, teachers and students for making the day such a success.
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Parents Absolutely Astound Faculty and Staff for Teacher Appreciation!

The parents definitely outdid themselves this year in showing their appreciation to Chapel teachers and staff. Every day the faculty room was filled with delicious treats and coffees and juices. In addition to crescents, donuts, cookies, muffins, bagels, cake, fresh fruits, and sandwiches, the parents regaled teachers with a luncheon buffet on Wednesday that could rival any Hilton or Marriott. If that wasn't enough, we received beautiful, generous thank you cards and notes. We were treated like kings and queens each day. Thank you parents. It is our honor to partner with you in educating your children.
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Class of 2018 and Chapel Decathletes Visit Getty Villa in Malibu

On Wednesday, the 8th graders and academic decathletes spent the day appreciating art of the antiquities and learning first-hand what it was like to live in an actual Roman villa during the time of Julius Caesar. It was a wonderful way to close a year of incredible field trips: Reagan Library, Nixon Library, Medieval Times, Museum of Tolerance. and Pali Institute.
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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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