Carondelet Catholic School is a special place. You see it in the faces of our students. You feel it in the enthusiasm of our faculty and staff. You hear it in the voices of our volunteers. And you experience it in the warm and welcoming embrace of our parent community.
We are a school with a rich tradition of academic excellence and community service. As you explore everything Carondelet has to offer, we invite you to visit our two campuses; meet with our faculty; attend our events, games and prayer services; and see firsthand how we are preparing another generation of children for a life of learning and service.
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Wednesday, May 24
'Moms & Sons' Event
Sunday, June 25 at
the St. Paul Saints!
Join Carondelet for a
Special Showing of
Please join us for Carondelet's all-school end-of-year Mass this Wednesday, May 24 at 9:30 am at the Lower Campus/Church of St. Thomas the Apostle. All are welcome to attend this special liturgy led by Fr. Michael Reding. All students will begin the day at the Lower Campus. Students who are parent drop-off, walkers or bikers should report directly to the Lower Campus. Upper Campus students will walk back to the UC following the liturgy.
Carondelet's Spring Band Concert is Friday, May 26 at 7:00 pm in the Southwest High School Auditorium. Click here for more details from Mr. Ruhnke.
Carondelet mothers and sons, get ready for some fun at the St. Paul Saints’ baseball game for our annual Mother & Son Event on Sunday, June 25 from 4-8 pm. We have a private area at the stadium for food and drinks on the Treasure Island Terrace. Other game day fun includes reading a book on the field before the game, running the bases and getting autographs from players after the game! Moms, grandmothers, and/or special friends are welcome to join their favorite Carondelet sons!
Purchase Saints Game event tickets here
Carondelet is hosting a special showing of the powerful documentary: Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age. The award-winning film probes into the vulnerable corners of family life and depicts struggles over social media, video games, academics and internet addiction. We will show the 67 minute film to our 5th through 7th graders on Tuesday, May 30, and we will have another screening at 7:00 pm in the Upper Campus Social Hall for parents. All are welcome to attend!