St. Paul Church "Pays It Forward" to CJ & Others

A church that closed its doors is now helping countless others in a significant way. A special “pay it forward” presentation was held by the pastor and members of St. Paul Lutheran Evangelical Lutheran Church on Wednesday, October 31 at Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School.

St. Paul held its last service at the end of 2017. The sale of the church’s assets totaled more than $1 million. A church advisory committee chose to contribute the funds to several area organizations.

The presentation of funds coincided with the Protestant celebration of Reformation.

CJ Receives an "A " Grade from

The Chaminade Julienne community continues to show their support of CJ by giving the school high marks, which resulted in an “A” grade from ranking website

65% of Niche’s private high school ranking sources are based upon self reports by Niche users, which is something Principal John Marshall ‘86 says is very humbling.

“These numbers are affirming, as we look at the overall success of our students during their time at CJ and beyond,” Marshall noted.

Building 3 Renovations Complete and Lift Off for "What’s Next?"

Renovations to CJ’s Building 3 — the three-floor area connected to Marianist Hall along Franklin Street — will be complete by Monday, December 4. Renovations to the 18 classroom building were announced at the end of the 2016-2017 school year. Improvements including new heating and cooling systems, new electrical and plumbing systems, ceilings and flooring were part of this project.

While the third floor of Building 3 was opened at the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year, the nine total classrooms on the first and second floors will now be available for use.

CJ Continues Renovations With 18 Classroom Improvements

While summer time may mean flip flops and sunglasses for students, hard hats have become a “must have” accessory for those working at CJ during the summer. Construction dust and noise - and a “safety first” attitude - are all part of the summer experience of witnessing improvements to the school’s academic building in 2013 and 2015, renovations of the auditorium in 2016, and completing the construction of Roger Glass Stadium - Home of the CJ Eagles in 2016.

CJ Implements Drug Awareness and Testing Program

Drug use in the nation and in the Dayton region is at unprecedented levels, with Montgomery County reaching a record number of heroin overdose deaths in 2016.  In response, administrators at Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School convened an exploratory committee of counselors, faculty, staff and administrators at the beginning of the school year to take a closer look at the issue and to better understand the impact it had on the school community.

Announcement of John Q. Sherman Field at Roger Glass Stadium

Roger Glass '60 never anticipated the rolling effect his namesake stadium would have.

“All I knew is the kids needed a stadium and that was my focus,” Glass said. “I never had any idea it would have this effect on the community or that it would start snowballing the way it has.”

The stadium was just the beginning as Chaminade Julienne dedicated the John Q. Sherman Field at Roger Glass Stadium - Home of the Chaminade Julienne Eagles on Saturday, May 6.

Opening Festivities Announced for Roger Glass Stadium - Home of the Chaminade Julienne Eagles

A week-long of festivities will be held to celebrate the opening of Roger Glass Stadium - Home of the Chaminade Julienne Eagles.

Festivities will begin on the night of the school’s traditional “Meet the Eagles” held Thursday, August 18 beginning at 7 p.m. This is the same event where just last year, news of the stadium was first announced. In addition to the pep rally-style introduction of participants in fall sports and performing arts activities, the new complex will be dedicated and blessed in the company of students, parents, teachers, coaches and staff.

Dayton Dynamo Committed To Play at Roger Glass Stadium

A professional soccer team, that is calling Dayton home once again, has committed to playing at Roger Glass Stadium beginning in 2017.

The Cincinnati Saints announced they would be relocating to Dayton earlier this fall. On December 3, in the CJ Library, the owner of the soccer team, David Satterwhite, announced the new name for the organization, the Dayton Dynamo. The name is a homage to the Dayton Dynamo indoor professional soccer team that played in Dayton from 1988 to 1995 before moving to Cincinnati and becoming the Cincinnati Silverbacks.


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