Chaminade-Julienne High School
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Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School is a private, co-educational, center-city, Catholic high school located in downtown Dayton, in the U.S. state of Ohio, owned and operated by the Society of Mary and the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. It is named after Blessed William Joseph Chaminade and St. Julie Billiart.
In 1886, the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur founded Notre Dame Academy in downtown Dayton, a private secondary school for girls. The school quickly gained a reputation for providing quality Catholic education, which led to increased enrollment. In 1927, the Sisters were forced to move to a larger facility, and Julienne High School was formed in honor of the founder of the sisterhood, St. Julie Billiart.
The Society of Mary, founded by Blessed William Joseph Chaminade founded St. Mary's Institute in 1850, with both secondary and college level programs. St. Mary's became the University of Dayton in 1920. With the Sisters leaving the downtown Dayton site, the Marianists purchased the old Notre Dame Academy building and opened Chaminade High School, a Catholic high school for boys. The school quickly became recognized for its strong academic and athletic programs.
Because of changing enrollment and times, the two schools merged in 1973 to create Chaminade Julienne High School. The high school was recognized as a National School of Excellence in 1989, in honor of its rich tradition, committed faculty, and supportive community. The school is well known today for outstanding academics and faith development programs, and for serving a racially and socio-economically diverse student population that represents the greater Miami Valley. CJ students come from 45 different grade schools and more than 50 zip codes.
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