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340 Jackson Ave
Mineola, NY 11501

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January 28, 2015
Chaminade only takes the cream of the crop. It's not for slackers, very competitive!!! It's like Ivy League for High School, teaching strong mural character. The mom that bashed it either was not well educated about the school or her child could not make it in and she was bitter. My son got scholarships to two other Catholic H. S. and we still chose CHS.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2014
I am a graduate of CHS and in my humble, yet very accurate opinion, CHS is the best of the best! Admittedly, it is not for everyone. If you are opposed to a strict Catholic education, then this place is not for you. But I caution all of the readers to consider the following. The proof is in the pudding. While not every CHS graduate goes on to be wealthy or influential, the alumni is undeniably super impressive. CHS boasts graduates at every level of government, military, business, etc... The amount of graduates that become lawyers, doctors and businessmen is staggering. So for all you naysayers, here's the challenge: show me any other school, Catholic or public, (aside from Sacred Heart and Our Lady of Mercy, both CHS sister schools), that has the impressive credentials of CHS grads. Show me one. St. Anthony's may come somewhat close but CHS still has a more impressive faculty and alumni. So in closing, you may not like CHS. You may find it overly strict and "close minded." I suspect that those that find it "close minded" probably feel that way about the RCC anyway so not a big shocker there. But don't call it substandard just b/c your kid couldn't make it. Period!

- submitted by a community member
September 26, 2014
BEWARE! If you are looking for a substandard catholic education based loosely on morals Chaminade may be the school for you and your child. As a parent, I found this school to be inferior to catholic schools my older children attended outside NY. They were not only chauvinistic, but also narrow-minded at Chaminade. I was very disappointed since his junior high said it had such a great reputation. Keep looking, there are better educational avenues than dealing with the insecure bullies you will find here.

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2014
I would like to respond to a comment made on July 29th about Chaminade and Kellenberg. You have to look at the facts. Both schools ARE exempt from taking the NYS regents. The Trimesters and Comprehensive examinations are definitely more advanced then regents. Take a comp or trimester from KMHS or CHS and compare it to the regents and you will see that CHS and KMHS test demand more. The person also failed to research that Chaminade and Kellenberg's SAT averages are well above public school SAT averages. Also it is a fact that KMHS and CHS are much stricter that public schools. This results in a disciplined student which leads to long term success. Chaminade churns out many great alumni every year which is why they have such an elite alumni association which provides to the school. Now in Kellenberg's defense, there "lower" or A2 program is for the students who aren't as advanced on a Kellenberg standard. Plus it is a fact that there isnt even 100 students in the program and each grade contains 500+ students. Many students in the program even move up in the ranking system.. KMHS also has a growing alumni network and it is very successful in helping students find jobs after college.

- submitted by a teacher
July 29, 2014
The statement made by a former student that "Chaminade is too good for regents exams" must be corrected. Forget about the fact that the statement has a tint of snobbishness, it is totally false. All private schools in NYS have the choice to give Regents exams or not. Most schools still give them because if they do not, the school forfeits a great deal of Regents funds from NYS. As an example, Kellenberg, a sister school of Chaminade, also does not give Regents. Kellenberg clearly is not in the same academic "Ballpark" as Chaminade, nor is it a tougher curriculum, or higher standard of acceptance than most other high schools on L.I. or NYC. There is even a Lower "Tract" at Kellenberg, which is meant for struggling students. Myths, all too often, are spread.

- submitted by a teacher
May 06, 2014
My son is a sophomore at Chaminade. After his Freshman year I felt it wasn't all it was cracked up to be. Now that we are nearing the end of his Sophomore year I find a well spoken gentleman who is responsible for his own actions and work. I now see why people have said over and over again, they go in as boys and come out men. I also believe how when they graduate Chaminade they are ready for college. I see how my son has become more responsible for knowing his own deadlines, etc. As a lacrosse and football mom, the sports are top notch at Chaminade. We are very proud to wear their name!

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2014
Chaminade takes the cream of the crop and guides them through 4 years of rigorous education. The end result speaks for itself.

- submitted by a parent
July 14, 2013
Chaminade (Mineola). I graduated from Chaminade many years ago. It is a place for the narrow-minded. The Chaminade Man philosophy tries to put it's students in a very restrictive mold. While many Hispanics are Catholic, they are underrepresented there. They don't fit the CHS mold. Their PR is very good but their scope and curriculum is narrow. At CHS, they don't teach you how to think ; they teach you what they want you to think. Alumni strengths are in Business/Law types of careers. Don't send your son there if he is of a creative bent. Chaminade does not suffer those who think outside the box. In my long business career, I seldom met any other Flyers who did not regret going there. The brothers would tell us that "you probably won't enjoy going here but you can " brag" that you went here when you get to college. Imagine going to a place that doesn't expect that you will enjoy the experience. They don't accept transfer (unless you are a good athlete) since they feel that their program is so special that you have to be there for 4 hrs to get the full benefit. They do not make it easy for you if you want to go to non-Catholic colleges. Great PR but not worth the $ or the BS.

- submitted by a community member
June 18, 2013
1279 average SAT score. Find me public schools with that. Take a look at what colleges graduating seniors continue on to. The school is one of the cheapest private institutions in the Tri-State area.

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2013
Strange, weird "brothers" run this place. They have zero social skills and purport to know about the real world. They don't. The school is for the cr me de la cr me of students on Long Island. Think about it, though. Why be a little fish in a big pond when you can be a big fish in a little pond.? Here, you won't stand out and you'll never get in to Harvard or Yale. But if you go to public school, you'll be at the top of the class.

- submitted by a community member
June 01, 2013
One of the top academic high schools in the nation. A large endowment also makes it the most affordable private parochial high school in the New York area.

- submitted by a community member
May 25, 2013
I am currently a student at Fordham University and at my high school I was considered very smart (Top 5% at North Shore High School). I have a couple of friends who graduated from Chaminade, all of them who say they were either average or under-average students, and I must admit that all of them are incredible students and have little to no struggle with the loads of work given in class. This shows how tough Chaminade most likely is, and I just cannot imagine how itelligent the "Top 5%" at Chaminade must be. I will definitely consider Chaminade as a highschool for my future son if I remain living on long island.

- submitted by a community member
March 05, 2013
Chaminade is a first rate college prepatory high school. Its students are very well prepared to meet the challenges that college present to students.

- submitted by a community member
December 28, 2012
Chaminade I am sure is very good to some students, but those that fall outside of the "Chaminade" type do not fair as well. My son traveled for two years on a bus where he was continuously beat up every day by the wrestling team. In addition, he was forced to fight other kids by the same bullies. I spoke to those in charge many times: parents, bus drivers, and school officials. Nothing was done. I felt as helpless as my son to fight against a system that turns its face away from these uncomfortable social problems. My son takes it in stride and looks upon it as a closed chapter in his life. But as his mom, the witness to it all, I can only hope that some parent will read this and reach out to others whose sons are in similar situations and do something.

- submitted by a parent
December 19, 2012
Stop for a moment and consider the bitterness underlying some of the adjacent reviews of Chaminade High School. Now consider this: Why do some people insist on posting comments that reveal more about them and their own current life prospects than they reveal about Chaminade?

- submitted by a community member
December 10, 2012
Bleak and conformist, with routinized note taking and exam cramming that passes for education. If you want to prepare your son to think creatively and independently stay away from this place. After four years here I was completely unprepared to think and write at the college level--(though I was well prepared for taking multiple choice tests, and other such meaningless tasks). As a parent now, and a college professor, (and a Catholic), I would not send my sons here if I was paid to do so.

- submitted by a student
June 28, 2011
As a graduate of Chaminade High School I can attest to the high quality education, but additionally Chaminade creates great men. They instill a sense of pride in one's work and caring for our community at large. When I look at the successes I've had I see Chaminades influence in all of them.

- submitted by a community member
May 07, 2011
I'm a graduate of the Class of 2010, and I personally believed that in certain aspects, the education was lacking. That being said, there are some great teachers here, but they are constricted in the boundaries of the schools antiquated curriculum. This is particularly true in the English and Foreign Language departments. The Spanish program seeks to focus on basic grammar, especially in Senior year, whereas I there was no serious focus on Spanish literature, where the grammar can be applied and reinforced. This is the true sin of the school, especially as bilingualism is becoming more and more necessary for job applicants. The English department also lacks in literature. To Kill a Mockingbird is middle-school level, yet is a freshman year book. Additionally, various works of Shakespeare are assigned, but I feel as though I didn't actually get a strong interpretation of it unless it was explained by the instructor. Lectures were cursory and left no room for discussion. Socially, I will say that while there is a certain slant associated with the school, there is a basic level of respect that people have for one another. Though thats partly because of the Draconian discipline.

- submitted by a student
March 09, 2011
Did not prepare me in the slightest for what I intend to study in college, mainly because of their overly-strict, structured curriculum. Their philosophy of having no APs really creates a horror once you go off to college...but not to worry...if you follow the college placement office's advice, a Chaminade graduate will do fine at a religious school like Villanova, or perhaps a state school. Had I listened to their advice, I would not be at an ivy-league university now. This is all part of their plan...everyone must think the same way and act the same, and naturally the "challenging academic programs" will provide adequate preparation for college. Think again. Their science program is anything but challenging. In my introductory science college course, we covered everything I learned at chaminade in about 3 weeks, while students who took the AP class at their public schools used the same textbook. Chaminade DID help me mature and develop a close relationship with teachers, although the solely republican atmosphere is NOT what college is like. Summary: A Chaminade diploma looks great. Employers LOVE Chaminade, but intend to work a lot harder in college than your peers at college.

- submitted by a student
March 06, 2011
I graduated from Chaminade in the 1970's. The school was very rigorous academically and at first I did not like all the hard work I had to do to get good grades.I learned to like the hard work. I became fond of the place because the teachers were very supportive and I turned into a top student. I got into several IVY League colleges and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Yale. From there I graduated near the top of my medical school class. Chaminade taught me how to study and it paid off.

- submitted by a community member
November 14, 2010
I am a graduate of Chaminade High School and, in retrospect, I believe that I received an unparalleled education. The school is strict and it will sure teach you time management skills, but the workload and very helpful faculty will push you to become a well rounded man and an exceptional student. I believe that my success beyond high school can be largely attributed to the education I received at Chaminade.

- submitted by a student
October 09, 2010
Best boys college prep high school on Long Island

- submitted by a community member
July 14, 2010
i have to agree with that comment claiming that the Chaminade community doesn't let you be "yourself." The school is certainly academically challenging, but has a stiflingly conservative political leaning. Because of this, the administration is extremely hypocritical in that it will preach Christian values (against war and violence etc.) and then pay lip service to the seemingly endless stream of military alumni who visit. As a former student, i found this deeply disturbing. In regards to the student body, be warned: any type of liberal or even center-left opinions will be met with enormous hostility. I have never, since my years at Chaminade, encountered such blatant bigotry, homophobia, and sexism from my peers. Nevertheless, it is still probably the best school on Long Island academically.

- submitted by a student
July 05, 2010
I was a 1966 grad. After Chaminade I went to Manhattan on an ROTC scholarship for Chem Engineering where I graduated with honors. Then 4 yrs in the Air Force and dental school at Tufts and then orthodontics at Tufts. I've been in the private practice of orthodontics ever since. I also teach part time at Tufts in the orthodontic department. Chaminade was the best part of my educational experience. It prepared me academically and psychologically to excel.

- submitted by a community member
February 12, 2010
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- submitted by a student
January 26, 2010
I am a graduate and I made the right choice by picking Chaminade. Somebody else wrote that there is no way to compare Chaminade because we don't take Regents. Allow me to explain. The NYS Board of Regents has exempted Chaminade from the Regents exams because Chaminade is too good for the exams and thus is allowed to give Comps and Trimesters which are harder and more inclusive. People who do not like Chaminade tend to think they know how Chaminade is run but they're almost always wrong. I'm not saying that Chaminade isn't strict, but I am saying that the strictness builds a better man. It is basically the last school on LI that offers a true Catholic education, as the student body is literally 100% baptized Catholic. Great choice for your child unless you are the type of parent who cannot trust that anybody else can handle your son.

- submitted by a community member
December 30, 2009
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- submitted by a community member
November 13, 2009
I just wish it had more variety in classes, like honors in certain subjects. But I do like it.

- submitted by a student
October 31, 2009
i love chaminade high school because it really challenges you

- submitted by a student
no rating October 05, 2009
A great place to learn, lots of support for the students, and very supportive alumni.

- submitted by a community member
no rating October 02, 2009
Its not that strict and its a real good school.

- submitted by a student
September 24, 2009
I just started at Chaminade and already love it, The faculty is great and the students are friendly, although it is fairly large 1700 students all the teachers remember every student they ever taught. The food is good and it doesn't take long to become part of this tight- knit community.

- submitted by a student
September 20, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2009
I am a recent graduate of Chaminade and I only have good things to say. The all-boys thing is sometimes a pain but it is so much easier to learn that way. I noticed that a parent wrote 'should be co-ed.' I'm sorry but did you not see that in the literature you get with the acceptance letter? As a current college student I feel that I am the best prepared to handle the college work load because of Chaminade. The rules are tough but that can be a good thing. There is little tolerance for things like drugs and alcohol. You know that this school creates a strong family when, on the day before Thanksgiving tons of college-age alumni come back. You'll get to know all of the Brothers and teachers really well if you're involved. Fortes in Unitate!

- submitted by a student
September 08, 2009
I am a graduate as well as a parent of a graduate. I have read through all the comments and reviews. These comments serve to fortify my opinion. Chaminade is a great school. It is not for everyone. If you do not embrace the school, if you to not participate in any activity the school offers then you will have a negative opinion. If you get involved in some of the activities, whether sports or after school clubs you will enjoy it. There are some great public schools, no doubt. However, the appeal of chaminade is that it has something to offer to everyone. And yes, some of the brothers are snobs.

- submitted by a parent
July 17, 2009
This is an amazing school. It offers a great education, and changes a boy to a man.

- submitted by a student
June 25, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating June 03, 2009
Great school; it's rigorous enough, but everyone from 75% and up have same work. It would have been more challenging if they had honors courses for those who qualify, and a few AP courses would have been a great opportunity too. But it's still a great school.

- submitted by a community member
June 03, 2009
My son is a Chaminade grad, class of 2003. I can only say positive things about the school. Yes, there is a certain rigidity to the program. The school is not for everyone. However, those boys who complete the four years are prepared for college and life with an an outstanding education as well as an outlook that many other schools do not provide. The extracurriculars and sports are incredible, and the friendships are lasting. The academic program is rigorous; all the classes are honors level, and more demanding than honors programs in other schools. If your child can succeed here, however, he will benefit.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 21, 2009
Its a great school; just look at the great reputation it has for so many years and the great boys that graduated from the school.

- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2009
I was expecting more, but maybe its my son's fault. Some boys do very good and others do just good/average, but that is true in every school. A public school can bring out the most in a kid for a subject that he excells in, instead of everyone following the same courses.But he'll stay at Chaminade. The brothers are very nice. And the religioous education is great.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 22, 2009
Chaminade offers the subjects necessary for success - not routine ones like Trinity or even St. Anthony's. It offers student more opportunities to broaden their individual strenghts than any other school by its activities and clubs, more than any othe school offers. The activities are all nationally ranked. All the classes are an honors program that even horor roll students from other schools cannot even succeed. Chaminade can claim fortune 500 leaders, media leaders, political leaders, financial leaders, sprots leaders and religious leaders.

- submitted by a parent
April 07, 2009
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- submitted by a student
April 06, 2009
Chaminade offers the routine subjects; there is no room for a student to broaden himself based on his individual strengths. Chaminade does offer a good religious education, but it doesn't provide boys with opportunities that some of the other Catholic High Schools offer (such as, St. Anthony's HS and Holy Trinity HS). Why doesn't Chaminade challenge the boys to be in an Honors Program, and why doesn't Chaminade offer AP courses?

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2009
I went to Chaminade, for one year. My mother sent me there for the snob appeal. If you were one of them, you'd do fine. Students are less than friendly, to say the least. I transferred to St Francis Prep, a much more well rounded education, great students, and faculty, and LOVED IT!

- submitted by a student
March 04, 2009
I was a student who graduated from the class of 2006. To sum it up, Chaminade gives students a great education and challenges them. Students that do well at Chaminade could also do very well at public schools, and the students that wouldn't do well would probably be better off in public schools. However, what made me and my mother fall in love with the school is on the orientation day when Fr. James stood up in front of the auditorium and congradulated all the parents on having very bright sons. And that he would make sure they left as great husbands and fathers. I am neither one yet (probably a good thing), but I look forward to the day when I can raise my son and send him to Chaminade. It's a different type of boy that goes to Chaminade and together they leave as men.

- submitted by a student
no rating January 23, 2009
This is a new time with new global challenges for educators and students. Ethics, integrity and Christian compassion along with a strong education suited for the challenges, is what is needed for success. Chaminade has great marketing, however their approach to education is dated and many students graduate unprepared to think on 'their feet' because they have been so 'controlled' for four years. Chaminade is similiar in discipline to a military academy, so if your child has discipline issues this may be a good choice for you, however if you have a well adjusted bright child you may consider and environment that supports growth rather than a rigid environment. Also, this Catholic school does not accept any child with 'accomadations' that would require any special help. This statement is found in the CHSEE entrace examine booklet.

- submitted by a community member
January 15, 2009
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- submitted by a community member
December 28, 2008
Doesnt prepare for outside world and it shouldn't rank the boys. What does that teach? just to compete against other boys?

- submitted by a parent
December 08, 2008
I must admit that I was a bit skeptical about sending my son here because I had believed that there was no difference academically between Chaminade and the other public schools where I lived. However, after 4 wonderful years and an acceptance letter to Columbia University, I am convinced there is one.

- submitted by a parent
September 28, 2008
My son graduated from Chaminade HS June 2004. He received a top rate education and training in character building. He worked hard for his grades and was encouraged every step of the way. He was challenged to become a man of integrity. He was accepted into six outstanding pub. and private colleges earning a full academic scholarship to one and partial scholarships to others. he cidn't miss having the 'girls' in his H.S. classes so much as he learned to respect the 'woman' he dates in college. He will graduate from the U. of Notre dame with degrees in both Mechanical Engineering and Product Design. He has worked part time for the past year while carying the academic load plus won awards for his designs through venture capital competitions. The diligence and maturity he shows he learned at Chaminade. If you want your kid to grow up/fly right send him here.

- submitted by a parent
September 09, 2008
As a Chaminade alum (whose father was a CHSAA student athlete at St. Francis and whose son is now one at Arch. Stepinac), I feel that my years in Mineola prepared me both academically and athletically to compete at a top notch NESCAC (co-ed) institution, receive a top 10 school MBA and achieve a modicum of success (thru failure sometime!) in a Renaissance man career. The school prepares you for life by focussing on the four 'F''s - faith, family, friends and a foundation - both academic and athletic in my case - for Christian living...it is not a perfect institution, but it is top quality nonetheless.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2008
As a Chaminade alumni I feel the greatest accomplishment the staff made over the years was instilling the young men there with qualities no longer taught in our society. Honor, Integrity, Determination, Faith, and Charity....these have all become words save for the lucky 4-500 men who graduate from this school every year.

- submitted by a student
no rating April 23, 2008
I love Chaminade High School. My son goes there and it has been the best 3 years of his life so far! Chaminade is a hard school, but it hepls you very much. If you decide to go here you wont regret it.My son takes the late bus home almost everyday, because of clubs,sports,working out,practices,extra help,and much more.I love to see him involved,and doing good in his studies!Chaminade has definatly helped him with both,and the studie and knowing of our religon.This school has done so much!

- submitted by a community member
April 23, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
no rating April 07, 2008
I am an alumni of Chaminade and have made education my livelihood. Here is what I learned at Chaminade: 1) No excuses, find a path to success; 2) Ask for help if you need it. Offer it to others if they need it. 3) Think of the well being of others before you consider your own well being; 4) Be a renaissance man, and 5) To be or not to be, that it the question. Whether it is nobler in the mind to suffer The all boys environment only helped me. My parents, family, summer jobs, etc. taught me how to behave around girls. One gripe; I wish they offered Italian.

- submitted by a community member
January 23, 2008
Bad learning environment, teachers don't push children well enough, should be co-ed.

- submitted by a parent
January 14, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
December 17, 2007
I am a graduate of Chaminade. The objections made about 'only send you child here if he can handle the workload', 'Chaminade doesn't prepare your son for a coed college experience' are STRENGTHS of the school. Chaminade is about preparing tomorrow's Christian leaders not shuffling along marginal students. The all boys enrollment allows for an education unparalleled in a coed setting. Having the ability to strictly focus on academic development during your formative years is a keen advantage. All high school students will have to make some adjustments to college life and a Chaminade graduate will have to adjust to women in the college classroom. This is a very minor issue. The comment about 'not being able to be yourself' is also overblown. Chaminade does have an ideal of high character but you can follow that ideal without compromising 'yourself'.

- submitted by a community member
December 13, 2007
At first it is a hard transition from a public school to private but overall it is a great school.There is social events such a co-ed dances, famous varisity basketball games at the house of noise.

- submitted by a student
November 26, 2007
Parents are led to believe this is an 'elite' school but rather the school lives under its own standards which can not be compared to other Catholic schools on Long Island since the students do not take NY State Regents or AP select courses to put us on an even playing field. Courses are limitted as is socialization! I have seen graduates change colleges after first year because Chaminade does not prepare students for a co-ed, non Catholic world. Too many egos here. They offer a great education by books but no real life skills!

- submitted by a parent
June 08, 2007
I'm not actually a parent, but a student who just recently graduated from Chaminade. If it means anything to the authenticity of this review I plan on sending my son, If and when I have one, to this school. To try to sum it up, Chaminade tries to emulate a military school, but replaces the military aspect with a Christian view. Its strict, but its nothing too much to fuss over about if you just do the right thing. As for coursework, yes sometimes you are left in the dark, but most of the teachers and brothers at the school are a highly motivated and helpful lot. As for the school not letting you express yourself, that is a lie. For my senior art project I did a self portrait of me as V.I. Lenin on the Communist Parade Day. Thats expression.

- submitted by a former student
April 21, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
April 06, 2007
Excellent all round development for young men: spiritual, moral, academic, athletic. The Marianist community is amazingly dedicated to their calling to building young men with good character.

- submitted by a former student
April 02, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2007
This school is great, academically, granted, but it does not do much for the development of our children. Let me start on the positive side, this school has a strenous course load and you need to truly develop study habits in order to do well, which helps our children in later education. However, this school is black or white. Either they love you or they hate you. You cannot step out of line at all, or you cannot 'be yourself' because they try to compare everyone to the Christian ideal that they have set.

- submitted by a parent
February 25, 2007
Beware....Send your child here only if you are sure he can do the work...If he is not hardworking, think twice about sending him here. I know many examples of kids dropping out and kids becoming depressed in their junior and senior years....Very intimidating with all of the smart kids around, and it might make your kid jealous

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2006
Chaminade is great for many boys.My son in particular loves it it is one of the best catholic schools he has been to. It is also very active in sports my son plays lacrosse on varsity and the teachers and coaches are great. Thjis school is great for every young man.

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Chaminade High School
340 Jackson Ave, Mineola, NY  11501
(516) 742-5555
Last modified Chaminade High School is a Private school that serves grades 9-12
Chaminade High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 68 reviews. Top