Chaminade College Preparatory is a coeducational Catholic school in the Marianist tradition, serving more than 2,000 students in grades 6 to12. Chaminade offers a seven-year learning experience including a rigorous academic curriculum and diverse offerings of extra- and co-curricular activities, while preparing students for success in college and beyond while fostering in them deep moral values. The school's mission is to form morally aware and academically capable people to be outstanding contributors to the future. Founded in 1952, Chaminade operates a middle school campus in Chatsworth and a high school campus in West Hills.
From the beginning athletics have been an important part of the Chaminade experience. Since 1952, athletes have competed for Chaminade, while coaches and boosters also committed thousands of hours to young Eagles and their athletic program. In 2002, the Chaminade Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame was formed to honor those athletes, coaches, and boosters for their contributions to the School.