Seniors enrolled in American City: Rise, Fall, & Rebirth, a course designed and taught by Mr. Matthew Joyal '08, traveled to the Lawrence History Center (the former Immigrant City Archives) on Essex Street to tour the facility and collections. This opportunity provides an important introduction to archival research.
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 dual enrollment, college-level courses through Syracuse University and Southern New Hampshire 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.
|English||4 years||4 credits|
|Mathematics||4 years||4 credits|
|Religious Studies||4 years||4 credits|
|Science||3 years||3 credits|
|Social Studies||3 years||3 credits|
|World Language||2 years||2 credits|
|Computer Science||1/2 year||0.5 credits|
|Fine & Performing Arts||0.5 credits|
Ms. Jeanne Burns, Assistant Principal: Academic Dean, has announced the Academic Honor Roll of Students for the First Quarter of the 2019-2020 school year. The Administration, Faculty, and Staff congratulate these young men and women for their well-earned achievements.