2017 Alumna of the Year Donna Martiny Clement ’76 pins Kayla Small as a Chapelle alumna. Archbishop Chapelle High School held an Alumnae
ARCHBISHOP CHAPELLE HIGH SCHOOL, 8800 Veterans Blvd., Metairie – At Archbishop Chapelle High School, “Deus Providebit” (“God will provide”) is more than a
On the afternoon of Aug. 29, as the wind whipped through my neighborhood, I was rescued by the National Guard. They arrived at my house in boats because six to seven feet of water rushed into the LaPlace area when Hurricane Isaac came strolling through the southern part of Louisiana. More than two feet of water seeped into my house.
When my family and I were rescued that Wednesday afternoon, my father decided to stay behind to take care of our two dogs and two cats and our house. My two sisters, my mom and I were brought to multiple evacuation stations along Highway 51, which was partially submerged in floodwaters.
On the afternoon of Aug. 29, as the wind whipped through my neighborhood, I was rescued by the National Guard. They arrived at
The Catholic faith is the cornerstone of everything at Archbishop Chapelle High School, said Constance Buisson, the school’s director of institutional advancement, Sept. 20 at the school’s 11th annual community breakfast at Chateau Golf and Country Club in Kenner.
After an invocation by school chaplain Father Jeffrey Montz, Chapelle president Jane Ann Frosch said Archbishop Chapelle empowers “young women to realize their God-given potential and to make a difference in the world.”