Art can be a difficult subject to imagine in a partially remote environment, but visual arts instructor Mrs. Lauren Roeser took the shift in stride, using the opportunity to expand her students' definition of what art is and who can be an artist.
Each year, the CCHS community comes together for the O'Sullivan Memorial Alumni Race & Walk in loving memory of beloved coach and long-time teacher Peter O'Sullivan '67. This year's event is going virtual.
Thank you to our Marist Youth and to everyone who helped make a difference by participating in the Pop Your Trunk Food Drive on Friday, November 13 in support of our neighbors in need at Lazarus House Ministries! The CCHS community collected and donated over a truckload of food from this one-day event.
The teachers at Central really do care about you. It feels good to know that they are invested in more than just what you accomplish in the classroom.
At Central Catholic, it’s so easy to make friends - everyone gets along really well. Before you know it, you’ll have an amazing group of good friends that you can trust.
At CCHS, you make friends right away – everyone here is extremely welcoming! We come from different backgrounds, we are kind and accept each other. We are all united as one Central Family!
I love being a CCHS Raider - it’s incredible! The pride and spirit we have for our school is visible in everything we do! I hope that you’ll decide to become a Raider for Life.
Guided by the vision of Saint Marcellin Champagnat, we are inspired to make the world a better place by serving and leading.
Marist Family Spirit distinguishes who we are and is the cornerstone of our Central Catholic community.