Moreau Catholic is proud to announce Karthik H. Kalyanaraman as the winner of the 2017 National Merit Scholarship award
Karthik was chosen from a talent pool of more than 15,000 outstanding Finalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program. National Merit Scholarship winners are the Finalists in each state judged to have the strongest combination of accomplishments, skills, and potential for success in rigorous college studies.
This is a very special and exciting time for the Class of 2017 and their families. In an effort to help keep you on track during this busy time, we have created a timeline with all the activities and deadlines for the weeks ahead, including details about the upcoming events.
Moreau Catholic's Campus Ministry Team and members of Music Ministry gathered on February 27th with 40,000 other Catholic high school students and educators from around the world at this year's annual Religious Education Conference, also known as LA Youth Day. The theme for this year's event was 'What are you waiting for?' focusing on a wake-up call for a change of heart.
Immerse yourself in a four-day, hands-on Design Thinking workshop where members of the Moreau faculty and staff will teach you and a team of 3-12 people how to bring student-centered change to your school.
In an exciting overtime game, the Boys basketball team won the battle of Holy Cross over St Francis and punched their ticket to the State championship game. Damari Milstead '17 and Jullen (Booda) Ison '17 are the only two players who played in the first trip to state 4 years ago. The team is excited for the chance to add a state title to their already impressive season. They will put their 21 game win streak on the line against Esperanza from Anaheim at 4:00 pm on Saturday, March 25th in Sacramento. Congratulations to the team and coaches and all who traveled to St. Francis to witness the win. Go mariners!!
The Jazz Ensemble received a Command Performance rating at the Santa Cruz Jazz Festival on Saturday, March 18th for their 8:30 morning performance. They were invited to perform an encore in a sold out evening concert. Freshman Justin Firmeza received an outstanding soloist award.
Sixty-one of our fabulous performing arts students competed against over 800 students from 37 California high schools at the Ohlone College Theatre Festival March 17-18th. All Moreau Catholic entries were selected for finals. A few of the pieces included were monologues from MacBeth, an excerpt from the upcoming Oklahoma!, as well as 8 student choreographed dance pieces. Moreau Catholic won the Judges' Sweepstakes Award, given to the one school with the highest number of points per student entered.