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|Chaminade High School|
Chaminade High School building facade
340 Jackson Avenue
|Motto||Fortes in Unitate|
(Strength in Unity)
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic Marianist|
|Faculty||92 total; 58 Chaminade Alumni |
|Number of students||1693  (2017-2018)|
|Student to teacher ratio||18:1|
|Hours in school day||8:05 - 2:57|
|Color(s)||Crimson and Gold|
|Athletics||19 varsity sports|
|Rivals||St. Anthony's High School, Kellenberg Memorial High School|
|Publication||Skylight (literary magazine)|
|Yearbook||Crimson and Gold|
|Tuition||$10,960 Total Tuition Paid|
$1,725 Paid for by Torch Fund
$12,685 Total Tuition Without Torch Fund
Chaminade has a large and diverse selection of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, with more than 90% of the students participating in at least one activity.
Chaminade offers the following sports:
- Varsity / JV / freshman cross country
- Varsity / JV / freshman football
- Varsity / JV / JVB soccer
- Freshman swimming
- Indoor Track and field
- Varsity / JV wrestling
- Varsity / JV / freshman basketball
- Varsity bowling
- Varsity / JV hockey
- Varsity riflery
- Varsity swimming
- Outdoor Track and field
- Varsity / JV / JVB baseball
- Varsity golf
- Varsity / JV / JVB lacrosse
- Varsity tennis
- Varsity volleyball
- Chaminade owns a theater pipe organ having 3 manuals and 15 ranks, in the school's 1,200-seat Darby Auditorium. The organ consists of a Robert Morton console with ranks by Wurlitzer, Robert Morton, Austin, and Barton.
- A renovation of Chaminade's athletic facilities was completed in 2014. This included the replacement of artificial turf on Ott Field and the addition of turf on Thomas Field. A new stadium was constructed adjacent to Ott Field. Gold Star Stadium was dedicated on September 6, 2014, in honor of gold star alumni.
- A new day retreat center, Saragossa, has been constructed. Located next to the AAC on Marcellus Road, the retreat center serves as Chaminade's third retreat house.
- The Dolan Family Science, Technology and Research Center opened in 2018, including state of the art science labs and the only Foucault pendulum in a high school in New York.
- Luke Cummo (Class of 1998), competed on The Ultimate Fighter 2, professional mixed martial artist
- Alfonse D'Amato (Class of 1955), United States Senator from New York, from 1981 to 1999
- Brian Dennehy, Emmy and Tony Award-winning stage, film and television actor
- Louis Gerstner (Class of 1959), former chairman and CEO of IBM and The Carlyle Group
- Al Groh (Class of 1962), football player and former coach of NFL's New York Jets
- Kemp Hannon (Class of 1963), former member of the New York State Senate
- Glenn Hughes, singer, The Village People
- Stephen Karopczyc, recipient of Medal of Honor
- George Kennedy (Class of 1943), Academy Award-winning actor
- Jim Kissane, professional basketball player
- John Lannan, former Major League Baseball player for the Washington Nationals, Philadelphia Phillies, and New York Mets
- Gene Larkin, former Major League Baseball player for Minnesota Twins
- Jack Martins, member of the New York Senate from the 7th district from January 1, 2011 until December 31, 2016
- Bob McKillop, head coach of Davidson College basketball team
- Joe Mullaney, basketball player and coach
- Bill O'Reilly (Class of 1967), television host, political commentator, and author
- Kevin Reilly, television network president at Fox, NBC, FX, Turner, and Warner Media
- Ted Robinson, sportscaster
- Christopher Ruddy, CEO of Newsmax Media
- Thomas Spota, former Suffolk County District Attorney
- Richard J. Sullivan (Class of 1982), United States Circuit Court Judge for the Second Circuit
- Thomas Suozzi, U.S. Congressman, member of House of Representatives from New York's 3rd congressional district
- Robert C. Wright, former chairman and CEO of NBC Universal and vice-chairman of General Electric
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