Since 1935 and with over 17,000 alumni shaped by the Marist Brothers of the Schools, Central Catholic High School is proud to be celebrating Catholic Schools Week as a thriving Catholic community that welcomes students and families of various faiths and backgrounds.
Congratulations to Brian Simoneau '95, whose second book of poems, No Small Comfort, will be published in 2021 by Black Lawrence Press, and to Matthew Minicucci '99, who is currently the writer-in-residence at the James Merrill House in Stonington, CT. Both have received numerous recognitions and awards for their writing and poetry.
Congratulations to Emily Downer '20 on being named the Moynihan Scholar-Athlete of the month. Emily will be continuing her academic and basketball career at Middlebury College.
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.