New Teachers for 2017-2018

October 5, 2017

Twelve new faculty joined the Moreau staff this Fall to teach theology, math, English, science, and social studies, including two Moreau fellows, along with an educational resource specialist and coordinator of our Learning Center. Welcome to Moreau! Jerico Abanico (Theology Teacher) Jerico is an alumnus of James Logan High School, and studied human development and […]

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Pranav Turaga ’18 Named National Merit Semifinalist

September 22, 2017

Moreau Catholic senior Pranav Turaga is one of approximately 16,000 semifinalists for the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. Finalists will be notified in February. Additionally, 10 Moreau students were named as Commended Students. They include: Rahul Bharadwaj, Jerry Chen, Mekhla Kapoor, Anisha Nanisetti, Isabelle Osorio, Evan Prisk, Armaan Singh, Sarosh Sopariwalla, Kaylie Suan and Krystal […]

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Bishop Barber, SJ Visit

September 15, 2017

On Friday, September 15th, Moreau Catholic High School welcomed Bishop Michael Barber to celebrate the mass of Our Lady of Sorrows and to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Beatification of Blessed Basile Moreau. He also made time to visit classrooms and speak with students about his dedication to Catholic schools and his life’s work.

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Mass to Celebrate Moreau

September 11, 2017

Mass to Celebrate 10th Anniversary of Beatification of Blessed Basil Moreau The biggest feast day for the Congregation of Holy Cross priests, brothers and sisters throughout the world is the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows on September 15th. This year on that day, Moreau Catholic High School will commemorate the 10thanniversary of the Beatification […]

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Welcoming the Stranger

September 1, 2017

Moreau junior Jasmine Munoz was recently honored with a national award, one of three students so honored, and a $300 scholarship from Pax Christi USA (PCUSA) for her five-minute video on social justice. The PCUSA organization is a Catholic peace and justice movement. Her video focused on the theme “Welcoming a Stranger,” where she had […]

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Super Women of our Past

June 1, 2017

Our students have been engaged in various projects throughout the year as part of the Teachers Righting History initiative – a program launched by former United States Treasurer (and Moreau Catholic alumna) Rosie Rios. As the program has grown nationwide, we are excited to announce that two of our students had their work selected as […]

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Introducing the First Moreau Fellows

June 1, 2017

Moreau Catholic High School is very pleased to announce the selection of the first two alumni as part of the new Moreau Fellowship Program. This new program is designed for Moreau Catholic alumni who are recent college graduates and are discerning a career in education. The alumni selected for this program have demonstrated a commitment […]

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2016 Law Day Honorees

October 16, 2016

The 2016 recipients: Lifetime Achievement Award Recipients: The Hon. Richard Bartalini (alumni parent) The Hon. Al Delucchi (alumni parent) The Hon. Paul Delucchi ‘87 The Hon. Shawna Scwharz ‘81 Excellence in Teaching & Coaching:Bob Parker Amicus Curiae (Friends of the Court): Caroline Breeding Dr. Sheri Task

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Beyond the Classroom – Bioprinting at Moreau Catholic

June 28, 2016

Cutting edge biotechnology joins the innovative and technological offerings in the classrooms at Moreau Catholic High School. Partnering with SE3D Education, the school’s science department is introducing a pilot program featuring bio printing curriculum and industry-relevant projects. The Redwood City based company, SE3D, specializes in creating bio printing classes for high school and colleges to support […]

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