Class of 2020, as you prepare to receive your diplomas this weekend, here are some words of wisdom and congratulations from some of your fellow alumni!
Celebrating the Class of 2020
It is has been my honor to watch the members of the Class of 2020 develop as caring young men and women over the past four years and to witness their many contributions to the Central Catholic family. They have learned what it means to be Marist and have demonstrated this in their words and actions both in school and in the greater community. Join us as we celebrate their accomplishments and wish them well in all they do. Doreen Keller, Principal of Central Catholic
On Wednesday, May 27, the Class of 2020 was invited to return to campus during Senior Week to celebrate and to be celebrated by their faculty and staff during a Parade of Graduates Car Rally.
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!
The Class of 2020 is being recognized and celebrated in numerous ways in the coming days, including the Senior Activity Awards, the Parade of Graduates Car Rally, the Senior Academic Awards, the Virtual Visions Coffeehouse, and the Front-Step Presentation of Diplomas! Congratulations, Class of 2020!
Julianna Jaworski '20 responded to NPR’s Student Podcast Challenge by sharing how the Central Catholic community has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Congratulations to Michael Glynn '20, New England wrestling finalist and academic all-star, who will continue his wrestling career at the Rochester Institute of Technology, where he will major in mechanical engineering.
You are invited to join us virtually for the official opening of the Online Spring Art Expo at the Museum of Raider Art (MORA)! Congratulations to our student-artists!
Over April vacation, students put together a video expressing their gratitude to their teachers and to all the faculty and staff of Central Catholic.
Central Catholic celebrated Spirit Week the first week in March, and Raider Spirit was on full display! Check out some photos to relive the Spirit Week experience.
Congratulations to the outstanding CCHS student-athletes who recently signed National Letters of Intent (NLI) to play Division 1 or Division 2 collegiate-level sports in Fall 2020.
CCHS senior Anthony Traficante '20 was recently named Youth of the Year by the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem (NH). Julia Storniolo '20 was also named a finalist for Youth of the Year based on her community service and contributions to the Club.
Congratulations to Nicolas Donatio '20, Mark Kassis '20, and Nicholas Mueller '20 on deciding to continue their academic and athletic careers at Colby College in Waterville, ME, where they will compete in the New England Small College Athletic Association as members of the football team.
Congratulations to senior swimmer Kerrigan Hemp '20 on being recognized as the December 2019 Athlete of the Month by the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA).
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.
Congratulations to the nine outstanding CCHS student-athletes who recently signed National Letters of Intent (NLI) to play Division 1 and Division 2 collegiate-level sports in Fall 2020!
Congratulations to Victoria Moda '20! Victoria recently celebrated her birthday by committing to the University of Wisconsin as a lightweight rower and by scoring two goals in a Raider Girls Soccer Team victory. She was featured in The Eagle-Tribune.
Four Central Catholic students were recently honored with the Harvard Book Award for having the highest Grade Point Averages (GPAs) at the end of their junior year (Spring 2019). Congratulations to these seniors, who were celebrated during a breakfast reception at the Harvard Club of Boston on October 3.
Rising senior 17-year-old Angelique Alon '20 and 96-year-old Mrs. Lorraine Kowalczyk are both self-proclaimed “Lawrence kids” – and they now share a deeper connection. Thanks to a generous donation made by Mrs. Kowalczyk to endow a scholarship fund in her and her husband's name, Angelique will have her senior year (2019-2020) tuition covered.
Our Central Catholic High School community is heartbroken and deeply saddened by the loss of Ryan Driscoll, a beloved member of the Class of 2020. Ryan was an exceptional scholar and athlete, and a kind, respectful young man who represented all the best qualities of Central Catholic. He will be remembered fondly by his friends, classmates, teammates and teachers. We are praying for everyone impacted by the loss of Ryan.