Students enrolled in one of our new courses, Engineering Applications of Computer Science, are composing music, developing assistive technology, and overcoming additional real-world design challenges under the tutelage of their teacher Mr. Andrew Joyal '11.
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.
A unique Honors Forensic Science course taught by science teacher Ms. Bridgette Bolduc allows Central Catholic students to recreate crime scenes and utilize a variety of types of lab equipment… even in their own homes. Forensic science students can also earn dual enrollment college credit from Syracuse University.
Congratulations to those students being honored for their academic excellence and leadership during the 2019-2020 Academic Year! The Administration, Faculty, and Staff congratulate these young men and women for their well-earned achievements.
Ms. Jeanne Burns, Assistant Principal: Academic Dean, has announced the Academic Honor Roll of Students for the First Quarter of the 2020-2021 academic year. The Administration, Faculty, and Staff congratulate these young men and women for their well-earned achievements.
On Friday, December 18, World Language faculty member Mr. Jeremy Hay '90 will be helping his students move a digital robot by coding commands in Spanish. This unique activity is part of the annual Hour of Code – a national technology program that aims to demystify coding for students of all skill levels grades K-12.
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.