Quick Facts

For our 2017 School Profile brochure, click here.

Catholic, Marianist, co-ed, high school founded in 1960

AdvancEd (SACS/CASI)

525 students, grades 9-12

54% boys, 46% girls

45% white non-Hispanic, 30% Hispanic, 11% African-American, 6% multi-racial, 5% other

44 members, 64% with Master's Degree or higher

Student/Faculty Ratio

17 Advanced Placement courses and 8 Dual Enrollment courses (offered through St. Thomas University)

Graduation Rate
100% graduation rate, 99% acceptance to college

Financial Assistance
24% of student body

School Colors
Scarlet, Blue and White

  • Scarlet represents the blood of the martyrs and their courage in spreading the word of God throughout the world.
  • Blue is the color of Our Lady.
  • White stands for goodness, the totality of a world at peace that includes all colors, creeds, and races.

The three colors together represent the colors of the former schools.

School Mascot
The Lion
Our teams carry two names, the Lions and the Lady Lions.

School Motto
Ad Mundum Meliorem - Toward a Better World

School Crest

Boundary -
modern French Escutcheon; a tribute to the country of origin of Blessed William Joseph Chaminade, founder of the Society of Mary

Center Cross - taking a central position we are reminded of our Catholic faith

Fleur de Lis - a traditional French symbol of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Patroness of the Society of Mary

Lamp of knowledge - the pursuit of knowledge in all its forms

Ivy - community, family, and friendship

Eagle - strength and loyalty

School Alma Mater

As Lions we roar so proud and strong.
And raise our voices in this our song.
Daughters of Madonna in white and blue,
Sing praise to Mary beautiful, good, and true.
The Sons of Chaminade in scarlet and blue,
Give laud to Your name, so holy are You.
Now scarlet, blue, and white are we,
Chaminade-Madonna we’ll always be.
Toward a Better World will ever be our goal,
In love, in truth, in heart, in soul.
Alma Mater hear our cry: Hail!
Chaminade-Madonna on high!

Under the direction of Ms. Angela Canosa, C-M Art students drew portraits of Syrian refugees. The artwork was delivered to the kids in Syria. Watch the video, to see how the artwork brought to Syria, made a difference in their lives.
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