Throughout his life, Conor Lynch ’17 has viewed community service as one of the most compelling opportunities to answer the call to assist. Conor has demonstrated his dedication to service by becoming a Boy Scout, an organization through which he has found an opportunity not only to grow as an individual, but also give back to the broader community. Advancing as a Boy Scout and doing good for his town, Conor volunteered at the Glen Cove Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Center. Today, Conor has made impressive strides on a monument he will build to honor the Glen Cove EMS and fulfill his dream of becoming an Eagle Scout.
Forty-five Chaminade student-athletes have signed collegiate athletic commitments to play a sport at 36 different colleges and universities. Twenty-five of these young men have signed a letter of intent for lacrosse, eight for baseball, six for soccer, four for crew, one for wrestling, and one for cross country and track.
Now in its 82nd year of operation, this publication has seen numerous talented, hard-working students contribute to its success. After gaining experience as student reporters, some former writers even decided to take their journalistic careers one or two steps further.
This past Tuesday, January 24, was the feast day of St. Francis de Sales. Known as the patron saint of Catholic writers, the Catholic press, and journalists, St. Francis serves an important role to all of the writers and editors of Tarmac.
The start of the 2016-17 academic school year saw Chaminade students trade in pencils and notebooks for styli and iPads as they took the leap into a new, digital chapter of their high school careers. This transition kept with Chaminade High School’s tradition of advancing its mission of educating young, Catholic men by providing a new and unique way of teaching classroom concepts in an increasingly digital world.
Chaminade’s Advancing the Mission movement has swept the school with change over the last several years, revolutionizing many areas of the Chaminade experience. Upon the S.T.E.M. building’s opening, scheduled for late November, 2017, students will be exposed to the state-of-the-art technology and outstanding learning opportunities.
As Ryan Moran, class of 1999, begins his next chapter on the lacrosse field, he remembers dearly the impact of his days at Chaminade, where a journey started now continues with his becoming the head coach of the Division I program at University of Maryland – Baltimore County.
One year ago, Thomas Matthew Miloscia, a member of the class of 2015, entered into eternal life after a long, hard-fought battle with cancer. The countless acts of kindness performed by Tom throughout his life paved the way for a foundation named after him, one which will ensure that his legacy is carried on for years to come.