Student Showcase

Let the Field Trips Begin!!!

On Tuesday, September 19th, the 7th and 8th graders will be spending the day at the Ronald Reagan Library. They'll see the Lincoln exhibit, Marine One, Air Force One, and the Oval Office replica. They'll also see a portion of the Berlin Wall. We are looking forward to a great day of learning.
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Chapel Filled with Talent

Spirit week ended with an incredible talent show hosted by the team of Andres (7) and Blake (K), who started things off with an amazing animation by Isaiah Ferguson (8). From singing to dancing to beautiful piano music, the audience enjoyed every minute.
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K-2 Geography Bee Goes 63 Rounds!

The K-2 geography bee went a record number of rounds on Tuesday, March 26. When the dust had settled 2nd grade brothers Luke and Michael had taken 1st and 2nd, respectively. Kinder Beltran came in third. All three have what it takes to become academic decathletes.
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This week it's Lincoln and last week it was LACMA!!

The 7th and 8th graders have been on two educational field trips in a week!! Last week, the junior high students took the "Art of Many Cultures" tour at LACMA. Today, The Grove theater opened early for a private screening of Lincoln. The docents at LACMA voted our students the best group they've hosted. Way to go, Chapel!
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Our Grads Rock!!

Nick Leguizamon, former CCS eighth grade class president and current Cathedral High senior came by to visit and thank the faculty and staff. He credits his academic success with his start at Chapel. He's one of the stars in the spring play and will also be performing in their production of Hamlet. Last year, he represented the school in Spain at the annual Catholic Youth Day where he met the Pope!! He's a straight A student with a wonderful future ahead. Thanks for making us so proud, Nick. You made our day.
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Chapel's Speech Team Does it Again!!!

Congratulations to our award-winning speech team!!! They took top honors in three events and one second on Saturday December 1st. First place trophies were awarded to Kathleen Glynn (8th) for the oratorical event, to Andres Walker (7th) in poetry, and James Bauman (7th) in sight reading. Sam Novicki (8th), our only member to take on two events, won the second place trophy for his powerful rendition of Poe's The Raven. Petrina Gratton gave a fine performance in poetry as did our newest and only 6th grade member Brenda Sanchez.
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