Chaminade High School is a Catholic school for young men in grades 9-12. The school is named in honor of Blessed William Joseph Chaminade (1761 - 1850), Founder of the Society of Mary, Marianists.
All Chaminade students follow a rigorous academic program requiring students to take four years of Religion, English, Social Studies, Foreign Language (French, German, Latin, Spanish, or Mandarin Chinese), Mathematics, Science, and Physical Education, as well as three years of Fine Arts and one year of Health. Chaminade graduates are fully prepared for the most demanding of college curricula and each year over 99% of the graduates go on to colleges and universities.
Chaminade's academic program is supplemented by an extensive program of apostolic, co-curricular, and extracurricular activities, as well as intramural and interscholastic sports. Over 90% of the students are engaged in one or more school activities and over 50% participate on interscholastic athletic teams.