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We Are Marist

Guided by the vision of Saint Marcellin Champagnat, the founder of the Marist Brothers, we are inspired to make the world a better place by serving and leading.

The Marist Family Spirit distinguishes who we are and is the cornerstone of our Central Catholic community.

Discover the Power of Marist!

The Power of Service


Our community and the compassion with which we lead and live our faith are what make Central Catholic distinctive and truly unique.

All students commit 24 hours of direct service to those in need.

Service projects and opportunities are designed to help students discover how they can make a difference in our world by leading and through building relationships with the least favored.

Students often volunteer their time to assist the poor, the homeless, the sick, the elderly, those in nursing homes or assisted living, as well as people who are mentally or physically challenged or have special needs.


The Power of the Marist Family Spirit


Students come from diverse backgrounds to form a caring community of faith, learning, and service. They embrace their unique talents to join together as one Central family, offering each other encouragement and support while challenging one another to be better.


The Power of Marist Leadership


At the end of each school year, a large group of students and staff travel to Camp Marist on the shore of Lake Ossipee, NH, for the Camp Champagnat Leadership Institute.

Camp Champagnat is a three-day, two-night leadership institute staffed by rising seniors, faculty, and staff from CCHS.

Camp Champagnat is just one of the ways in which students are invited to cultivate their leadership abilities at Central Catholic.


The Power of Prayer


Prayer is an important part of life at Central Catholic, helping to sustain and strengthen the school community.

Students begin and end the school day with a prayer and are invited to pray the Rosary weekly.

The greater school community is invited to join us in prayer by submitting special intentions.

Submit a Special Intention.