The spiritual development of our students is Chapelle's top priority. The school offers a chaplain, a full-time Campus Minister, five full years of religion classes, grade-level retreats, mission trips, social justice classes, monthly masses open to the community, weekly communion services, and school-wide daily prayer in the morning, before lunch, and at dismissal.
Megan Caire '03 Reverend Christian DeLerno
Campus Minister Chaplain
Lyn Moore Deacon Drea Capaci
Assistant Campus Minister Co-Chaplain
Outstanding Catholic Student
The Outstanding Catholic Student Award is presented annually to a student from each class level who exemplifies her faith and gives witness to her Catholicity on the campus of Archbishop Chapelle High School and in the community.
The criteria used for selecting students for this prestigious award is as follows. She must exhibit: moral and ethical behavior based on the teachings of Christ, a character and attitude reflecting Catholic principles, concern for the Chapelle family, involvement in her church parish life and service within the metropolitan community.
The nominee must recognize the importance of the sacraments, attend Mass regularly and be involved in the spiritual life of her church parish. The nominee should be an example of Christian moral living and be a role model to others in following the Gospel message.
Real Love Week
Living Way of the Cross
Presented by the Campus Ministry Departments of Archbishop Chapelle High School and Archbishop Rummel High School
March for Life in Washington, D.C.
Outstanding Catholic Student for the Class of 2016
2015 - 2016 Outstanding Catholic Student Award Recipients
Erin Nash '20, Allison Southworth '19, Sarah Lastrapes '18, Ashley Livaccari '17
Outstanding Catholic Student for the Class of 2015
2014 - 2015 Outstanding Catholic Student Award Recipients
Brenda Hebert '19, Sydnie Campbell '18, Lynsey Giardina '17, Kelly French '16
Modesty Fashion Show