Anna Maria (Dykzeul) House ‘06 is a graduate of Hawaii Pacific University. For the last six years, she has been working as an acute care nurse, and recently completed a Master of Science degree in Nursing at the University of South Florida. Her dad, John Dykzeul ‘72, and brothers Theodore ‘04 and Christopher ‘08 are […]
Since the fifth grade, Geoffry Brown ’19 has been working on the 21 merit badges needed to become an Eagle Scout. He recently accomplished that by completing his Boy Scouts of America Eagle project and his Emergency Preparedness badge. For his Eagle project, he created a drought-tolerant garden on the trail near the 9/11 Flight […]
For science teacher Enrique Henriquez, an experience with a family member when he was 13 years old piqued his interest in pursuing science as a major in college. While initially thinking of becoming a physical therapist, he landed in education 18 years ago and has been teaching at Moreau for the past 14 years, while […]
Moreau’s football team remains undefeated at 12-0 after defeating San Martin Friday night 56-47 in a North Coast Section Division IV semifinal game at Moreau. The Mariners now advance to the NCS Championship game against Fortuna on Saturday, Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. at Dublin High School. Go Mariners!
Every January, the Department of Athletics and the Booster Club organize and host its annual Crab Feed Dinner and Auction. This event raises valuable funds in support of our athletics programs and the more than 400 students who participate in athletics each year. This year is Moreau’s 50th Annual Crab Feed and will be held Sat., Jan. […]
Moreau Catholic High School is pleased to announce the appointment of Elizabeth Guneratne, Ed.D., as the school’s permanent Principal, effective December 1, 2018. Dr. Guneratne has been serving as the school’s Interim Principal since July 1, 2018. “The Principal’s Search Advisory Committee and I are thrilled and blessed that Liz will remain as our Principal, […]
Social studies teacher and varsity basketball coach Frank Knight has been a high school teacher and coach for 20 years, with 9 of those years at Moreau. He graduated from St. Mary’s College of California with a degree in communications, where he also was a point guard on the basketball team. He later received his […]
God, gracious and merciful, we offer thanks for the bounty you shower upon us. As we gather with loved ones to proclaim your goodness, may we remember those most in need of your love and our care. Help us see the face of Christ this day in those without food or shelter. Prepare us to […]
Due to continuing poor air quality, the NCS cross country championships for Moreau’s varsity boys and girls teams scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 17 at Hayward High School have been rescheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 20 at Hayward High School.
Moreau Head Football Coach Rob Gatrell and Red Sox Manager Alex Cora have something in common – both have had outstanding seasons as first-year head coaches! Moreau finished the season with a 10-0, averaging more than 50 points per game while giving up only 8 points to their opponents. They are MVAL Champions, drew a […]