Your Esto Vir Journey begins here...


Welcome to Chaminade!

Our school motto, "Esto Vir," is translated from Latin meaning “Be A Man”, reminds us that the purpose of a Marianist education is to identify and develop the full range of gifts and talents that God has placed in each person. Since 1910, it has been our privilege to educate young men and guide them through what we call the “Esto Vir Journey”. Over a hundred years later Chaminade continues to distinguish itself by providing the teachers, resources and structures to not only deliver a high-level education, but to invest in WHO THEY BECOME as young men. Chaminade is committed to giving our students a strong life and school balance as well, so that they receive the best all-around education and are prepared for a life of happiness and success.  Chaminade is an excellent place for young men to learn, be a student and contributor throughout their life. 

There is something here for everyone;  academics, athletics, music, theater, the arts, and faith formation. Our strong sense of community can be seen in our House System, in our small and inclusive classrooms, through our caring faculty and coaches, involved administration and both fellow students and teachers that help lead a young man along their journey.

On the pages  of our website you will find important information about becoming a Chaminade student, but also interesting features about what makes Chaminade unique through the students, faculty, staff and coaches that live it every day. We are excited to share our story and our school with you.

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Dianne Dunning-Gill: Director of Enrollment Management, 314-692-6640 

Erik Carretero:                                              Director of Admissions, 314-692-6650         

Mark Baczynski:  Director of Resident Admissions, 314-692-6645                                                      

Jana Allen: Admissions Assoc/Financial Aid, 314-692-6617 

For more information, call or email today:

314.993.4400 - admissions@chaminade-stl.org