In the Chinquapin spirit of “Quid Pro Quo”, the Alumni Association exists to give back to the school by becoming involved with the current student body, keeping up with alumni news, obtaining donations for the annual Alumni Association Scholarship, and aiding the school in its fund-raising efforts.
2022-2023 CAA Officers
Hernan Perez, Co-President
Rebecca Loredo Robinson, Co-President
Board of Trustees, Alumni Representatives
Help fund the alumni scholarship! You can donate online. Please be sure to designate your gift for the alumni scholarship in the memo field.
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