Registration for Returning Students
Wednesday, 14 January 2015 17:01

Registration for returning students is due by 2/6/15

Registration - $450.00

If you financed your 2015-16 registration with your 2014-15 tuition loan, your registration has been paid. If you’re not sure if it was financed with your loan please contact Gulf Coast Bank & Trust at the number below.

Late registration is $550.00 after 2/6/15
Beginning this year, all payments must be made through the payment portal at
www.tuition.gulfbank.com

If you have a current tuition loan use your email and password for the website to login and proceed to the tab for 2015-16 registration.
If you do not have a current tuition loan please Signup and follow the process.

Registration for 2015-16 cannot be financed.  It must be paid directly to the school.

If you need assistance with the website please call Gulf Coast Bank & Trust at their help line 504-544-6370 OR 855-335-2068 (TOLL FREE).

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Prayer Service for Peace
Thursday, 29 January 2015 16:10

Cabrini Prayer Service for PeaceClick the photo to view a slideshow of the event!

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Community Mass
Wednesday, 28 January 2015 15:57

Cabrini Community MassFather Anthony McGinn, SJ celebrated a community Mass at Our Lady of the Rosary Church. Click the photo to see a slideshow from Mass.

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Fall Athletic Awards Slideshow
Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:51

Cabrini Fall AthleticsA slideshow was put together for the Fall Athletic Awards Ceremony, but due to technical difficulties, it was never displayed. Here's your chance to see the photos! Click the image to the left to view the slideshow.

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Sr. Renee Kittelson, MSC visits Cabrini
Tuesday, 27 January 2015 19:21

Sr. Renee Kittelson, MSC visits Cabrini High School New OrleansSr. Renee spoke to Cabrini High School Theology classes on her life as a Missionary Sister of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Originally from Seattle, Washington, Sr. Renee has served with the Missionary Sisters for over 45 years and spoke about her extensive mission work across the world from New York, Chicago, Australia, and now Colorado. She shared stories about her call to the life of vocation as a missionary sister to her time as Director of Nursing at Cabrini Hospital in Melbourne, Australia, and her passion to serve in prison ministry. Her strong desire to serve in prison ministry afforded her the opportunity to become prison chaplain in Washington State where she served for over 16 years. Sr. Renee also spoke about the power of prayer and her special interested in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal Movement for which she has been involved with for over thirty-three years.

Click the image to see a slideshow of the event.

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Eclipse Performs at LA State Dance Team Competition
Tuesday, 27 January 2015 14:29

Cabrini Eclipse LA State Dance Team CompetitionThe Eclipse Dance Team competed this weekend at the Louisiana State Dance Team Competition in Lafayette. They overcame injury and illness and did a great job winning numerous division awards. Soloist Amanda Costales won 5th Overall Senior Soloist. The Eclipse is looking forward to joining the Cheerleaders as both teams march in Caesar, Druids, Thoth, and Orpheus this Mardi Gras season. On March 14th, they will compete at the MA Regional Dance Team Competition in Metairie.

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Renaissance Party
Monday, 26 January 2015 23:21

Cabrini Renaissance PartyCongratulations to all of the students who were recognized during the Renaissance Party! Cabrini High School’s Renaissance party celebrates the Renaissance Program which fosters an environment where all students are motivated to achieve excellence through recognition and reward. Click the image to see a slideshow of the event.

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Cabrini Basketball Ranked #5
Monday, 26 January 2015 23:24

Cabrini BasketballCabrini’s Basketball Team is ranked number 5 in district 9-4a, according to the LHSAA top 10 power rankings as of January 20. Click here to see the complete rankings on nola.com!

Click the image to see a slideshow of the game from Thursday, Jan. 21st.

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Super Science Saturday - Science "Cell-a-bration"
Monday, 26 January 2015 23:16

Cabrini Super Science SaturdayElementary school girls from across the Archdiocese in grades 4th-6th attended Cabrini High School's monthly Super Science Saturday program. They learned about cells and types of cells through diagrams, songs, models, and creation of cell soap models. Click the photo to see a slideshow of the event.

Click here to register for the February 7th session today!

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Indoor Track News
Monday, 26 January 2015 14:31

Rebecca Wick’15, Taylor Mumford’17, Lauren Klemm’17, Kathleen Tullis’17, Cayla Bean’16, and Tayla Celestine’15, members of the indoor track team, represented the Crescent Nation at a state qualifying meet held at LSU last Saturday. Tayla led this group with statewide 3rd place finishes in 60m Hurdles and High Jump. A larger indoor track group will return to LSU on February 7.

Outdoor track begins Monday, February 2. New members interested in track should talk to Tayla Celestine or Rebecca Wick.

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Cabrini Students Earn College Mathematics Credits
Friday, 23 January 2015 15:17

Cabrini Dual Enrollment MathematicsCabrini High School students earned three hours of college credit by successfully completing a college algebra course through a dual enrollment program with the University of New Orleans.

The nine seniors in Barbara Stott’s College Algebra class all met the criteria of the UNO mathematics department, earning three hours of college credits.  Stott completed a program to become certified to teach the courses through the University of New Orleans, which offers a dual enrollment program that allowed the students to be enrolled and take college courses while on the Cabrini High School campus.  The students will be taking College Trigonometry during the second semester under the same program with the opportunity to earn an additional 3 hours of college math credits during their senior year of high school.

In addition to the dual enrollment classes with UNO, Cabrini offers twelve Advanced Placement (AP) classes that allow students to earn college credits with satisfactory performance on the national AP exams in May 2015.

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Spring Town Hall Meeting
Thursday, 22 January 2015 20:07

Cabrini Spring Town Hall MeetingClick the photo on the left to view a slideshow of the event!

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Denise Theriot Commissioned Ecclesial Lay Minister
Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:38
Clarion Herald Co-Workers Leadership Institute
Image courtesy of The Clarion Herald

Cabrini High School Religion Chairperson Denise Theriot was commissioned as an Ecclesial Lay Minister as part of Archbishop Aymond’s Co-Workers Leadership Institute.

Theriot was one of ten individuals commissioned in the first lay ecclesial class.

“I have been trained and formed spiritually, academically, pastorally, and humanly to take on leadership in the church. It is not a specific position title, a new rank or order of laity,” commented Theriot on her commission.  “The Archbishop and priests can call on me to step in or lead in a parish or school setting, in a hospital or prison ministry, as my gifts, work and life experiences AND THE NEED for such services arise.”

Theriot continued, “In all probability, after 30 years of working with young people, that is where I will serve.  However, I am open to working with adults in spiritual formation or spiritual direction or working with single adults.  Does this mean a new, different job for me?  I doubt it. Does it open the door to other opportunities within the realm of spiritual formation? Absolutely!  Am I excited about that? Absolutely!”

Click here to read the story on The Clarion Herald's website.

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17 Crescents March for Life in D.C.
Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:44

Cabrini March for Life in Washington D.C.Seventeen Cabrini students, accompanied by Campus Minister Laura Arand, Theology teacher Nadine Pizer, and English teacher Rachel Varisco, are marching for life in Washington, D.C. Cabrini is traveling with 345 young people from the Archdiocese of New Orleans, and they will join close to half a million people peacefully protesting the legalization of abortion by Roe v. Wade forty years ago.

The following students are on the March for Life Pilgrimage Monday, January 19th through Saturday, January 24th:  Callie Bordelon, Samantha Conteras, Emily Eymard, Megan Farina, Nicole Kall, Alyssa Lepine, Natalie Moll, Cameron Ponder, Dianna Roxas, Scarlett Scalise, Allison Serpas, Hannah Susslin, Victoria Tanner, Sydney Taylor, Mignon Toppino, Kelly Van Geffen, and Jillian Wohlgemuth.

Cabrini alumnae Lisette Hrapmann’13 and Lindsay Law’05 along with Father Kyle Sanders joined Cabrini students to Washington.

Click the photo to view a slideshow of their trip!

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Get Your Tickets for...
Wednesday, 10 December 2014 20:01

Cabrini's Night of Green and Gold Gala

March 7, 2015
Cabrini's Gym

Click here to download the form and get your ticket today!

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Open House 2014 Video
Friday, 26 September 2014 19:51

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Thursday, 29 January 2015 18:19
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