Chaminade’s campus continues to expand, as a new building is set to rise along Jericho Turnpike. This new facility will provide exciting new opportunities to countless generations of future Flyers.
Every two seconds, someone in the United States has an urgent need for blood. To meet the demands of emergency blood transfusions, institutions across the country host blood drives. In line with Chaminade’s philosophy of helping those in need, the senior class willingly gave the gift of blood at the Annual Senior Blood Drive on Friday, November 6.
Times of triumph are easy, but our true colors show when we resolve a difficult decision or overcome a challenging time in our lives. The Junior Evening of Recollection, “Get Colorized,” focused on this idea.
Chaminade Varsity Soccer ended its incredible season with a dominant victory in the CHSAA state championship game on Sunday, November 15. Hoping to watch Chaminade win its first state championship in half a decade, fans packed into the bleachers at Belson Stadium on the campus of St. John’s University. The fans got what they wished and witnessed one of the most memorable matches in the history of the Chaminade soccer program.
Chaminade’s varsity soccer team faced Archbishop Molloy on Friday, November 13 for a spot in the CHSAA title game against Canisius High School. The Flyers entered the postseason with the intent of playing in the state championship game for the first time in five years; however, in order to do so, they had to defeat a formidable Molloy squad that amassed a record of 12-1-5 over the course of the 2015 season.
Varsity soccer Flyers fought their way to a NSCHSAA title in a grueling match against St. Anthony’s. The Flyers came out on top in a 1-0 game.