Senior Sweta Alla '21, the founder and CEO of the startup Edu4Space, is fully engaged in celebrating and promoting World Space Week. Edu4Space is committed to youth space education and is offering some incredible speakers, activities, and community events!
The academic experience at Central Catholic consists of an extensive and rigorous curriculum that offers several pathways to academic success.
We offer numerous programs to provide students with additional learning opportunities and support.
Central Catholic partners with Syracuse University and Southern New Hampshire University to offer dual enrollment courses to CCHS students, giving them the opportunity to receive both college credit and CCHS credit for a course taken at CCHS and taught by a CCHS faculty member.
Central Catholic offers 27 Advanced Placement (AP) Courses. The AP Program allows students to personalize an academic program that reflects their strengths and talents.
Through partnerships with the Virtual Learning Academy Charter School (VLACS), for New Hampshire residents, and The Educational Cooperative Connections Academy (TECCA), for Massachusetts residents, students are able to enroll in elective online classes that are more uniquely suited to a student’s particular interests.
Juniors and seniors with a career adjusted GPA of 3.3 or higher can enroll in a seventh course in place of their study hall.
This additional flexibility empowers student to pursue an additional interest and passion or and further satisfy their intellectual curiosity,
The Academic Success Center provides academic support to students in need of those additional resources.
The program works in collaboration with the National Honor Society to provide peer-to-peer tutoring from NHS members, in addition to tutoring from faculty members and professional tutors.
The support and resources provided, including study skill and time management workshops, help ensure the academic success of each student.
Congratulations to the six Central Catholic seniors who were recently named as “Commended Students” to the 2021 National Merit® Scholarship Program by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation – a not-for-profit organization that recognizes academically talented high school students. (In photo: two of our Commended Students.)
Congratulations to the 306 CCHS students who sat for 677 Advanced Placement exams in 26 different subject areas during the spring of 2020, achieving scores that exceeded state and global averages, led by the 118 students who were named AP Scholars.
Congratulations to recent CCHS grad Rabeka Saouma '20, who was one of only two students to receive a $10,000 Junior Achievement (JA) Scholarship through Junior Achievement of Northern New England.
Congratulations to this year’s recipients of the Brother Florentius, FMS, Memorial Award; the Brother Vincent Dinnean, FMS, Christian Service Award; and the Outstanding Student-Athlete Awards!
Congratulations to the academic leaders of the Class of 2020! Sean Vumbaco '20 has been named Valedictorian, and Mia Haynes '20 and Surabhi Keesara '20 have been named Co-Salutatorians. The news was shared with these students and their families via Zoom by the CCHS Administration.