Congratulations to Kalvin Guillermo ’18 on being named a Moynihan Scholar-Athlete. A member of the National Honor Society, track & field team, and football team, Kalvin has committed to play football at Trinity College next year.
News & Events
Midterm exams are being held from Tuesday, January 16 through Friday, January 19. Good luck to all of our students as they prepare for exams! Visit our Midterm & Final Exams page for study tips, the exam schedule, policies, and mindfulness and prayer resources.
Students are taking advantage of the outdoor opportunities offered by the Ski & Snowboard Cub and the Outdoor Adventure Club, just two of the 60+ clubs and activities available to students at Central Catholic!
Thank you to all those who supported this year's Christmas Project, helping to raise over $8,000 to provide for families in need.
Congratulations to Bret Edwards '18, Max Faro '18, and Osho Omoyeni '18 on signing their national letters of intent to play collegiate football next year! Bret and Osho will be playing at the University of New Hampshire, while Max will be playing at Brown University.
On behalf of the faculty, staff, administration and students of Central Catholic High School, we wish you and your loved ones a very Merry Christmas and a Blessed and Peaceful 2018!
On Tuesday, Central Catholic's Varsity Baseball Team hosted their Annual Christmas Party for students from a public elementary school in Lawrence. Thank you to the players, to Coach Pelletier, and to everyone who helps make this annual event possible!
Come enjoy complimentary refreshments, performances by talented students and faculty(musicians, poets, actors, comedians), the ugly sweater competition, and Christmas caroling on Thursday, December 21, from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM on the Ground Floor Landing of the Hampshire Street Building!
Members of Central Catholic's a cappella group, Central Harmony, visited the Senior Citizen Lunch at Saint Michael Parish in North Andover. They performed Christmas songs for the seniors and were angels in the live Nativity play. Thank you to these students for giving of their time and talents to share the gift of music and the true meaning of Christmas!
Ms. Jeanne Burns, Academic Dean, has announced the Academic Honor Roll of Students for the First Quarter of the 2017-2018 school year. The Administration, Faculty, and Staff congratulate these young men and women for their well-earned achievements.
Join us for our Family Christmas Gift-Wrapping Party (12/8), Raider Night with the Boston Holiday Pops (12/15), and the Band & Chorus Winter Prism Concert (12/16)! What better time to celebrate the spirit, talents, and generosity of our students than during the Christmas season.
Join fellow alumni at Coogan's in the heart of Boston's Financial District for a Boston Raider Rally and networking event.
Congratulations to Yankuel Ceballos ’18 on being named the Youth of the Year at the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence! The Youth of the Year is the Club's premier recognition program for club members 14 to 18 years old.
Congratulations to students in Mrs. Diana Chase’s Religious Studies Course ‘Poverty, Policy, and Justice’ on delivering over 20 boxes of clothing and supplies to Lazarus House Ministries. Thank you for fulfilling the Marist ideal of love and service to others!
Congratulations to Alexandra Nagri ’14, an outstanding two-sport athlete and scholar at Suffolk University. A soccer co-captain, Alex was named CoSIDA Academic All-District and became the second girls soccer player to eclipse the 100-point mark. This winter, she’s helping to lead the girls basketball team in her final season.
This weekend, the Theatre Guild kicks off its 47th season with Superstar, an original show created by teacher/Theatre Guild director Sharman Merrill. Good luck to the cast and crew!
We are happy to report that Central Catholic is eligible to receive donations from Amazon through the AmazonSmile program. Support CCHS simply by shopping on Amazon!
We have a lot to be thankful for at CCHS! Come together with the CCHS family for some of our upcoming events, including the Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive for Lazarus House, the O'Sullivan Memorial Alumni Race/Walk (11/22), the Thanksgiving Day Football Game (11/23), and Alumni Reunions.
Thank you to professor, author, and Holocaust survivor Rabbi Joseph Polak for speaking with seniors enrolled in the Religious Studies course 'Facing History and Ourselves: The Holocaust & Human Behavior.'