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Academics

At Central Catholic, the academic programs offer various academic paths to reflect a student's strengths and talents. Students work together in team environments to become successful while mastering a rigorous curriculum.

Students looking for greater challenges can take advantage of the 27 Advanced Placement courses and the college-level courses through Syracuse University.

Central Catholic excels in technology, as students use iPads instead of traditional textbooks. There are also Apple TVs in every learning area.

The faculty and staff at CCHS are a diverse group of extraordinary, dedicated and caring professionals who know the students well and are invested in their success, growth, and well-being.

They guide their students, see their individual potential and, more importantly, make sure they see it in themselves.


Course Requirements, 2018-2019

English4 years4 credits
Mathematics4 years4 credits
Religious Studies4 years4 credits
Science3 years3 credits
Social Studies3 years3 credits
World Language2 years2 credits
Computer Programming1/2 year0.5 credits
Intro. to Fine & Performing Arts1/2 year0.5 credits
Health2 years0.5 credits
Physical Education2 years0.5 credits
Electives4 credits

Online Applications & Emerging Technology

(Classes of 2019-2021)

0.5 credits
Principles & Topics in Computer Science

(Class of 2022)

0.5 credits



Associate Dean of Students,  Mr. Andrew Murray, works with a student.
Principal Doreen Keller Stands with a group of students.

Academic News


Students standing by the historic Great Stone Dam along the Merrimack River

Seniors enrolled in American City: Rise, Fall, & Rebirth, a course designed and taught by Mr. Matthew Joyal '08, took a driving tour of the historical sites of the City of Lawrence. The students explored various parts of the city, including the mills, original immigrant neighborhoods, the downtown commercial district along Essex Street, and other major sites such as City Hall, the Common, the Ayer Mill Clock Tower, and the Great Stone Dam.

Read More about Beyond the Classroom: Exploring Historic Lawrence

The CCHS Administration

Mrs. Doreen Keller

Mrs. Doreen Keller
Principal

Ms. Jeanne Burns

Ms. Jeanne Burns
Assistant Principal, Academic Dean

Mrs. Jodi Linnehan Kriner

Mrs. Jodi Linnehan Kriner
Assistant Principal, Dean of Innovation & Academics

Mr. Andrew Murray

Mr. Andrew Murray
Assistant Principal, Dean of Students

Mr. Thomas Sipsey

Mr. Thomas Sipsey
Assistant Principal, Dean of Students