Class of 2020, we miss you...
Members of the Class of 2020 were invited to pick up their yearbook, The Florentian!
The Class of 2020 Yearbook Pick-Up:
The Florentian Drive-Through
Wednesday, November 25
Anytime between 12:00 PM and 2:00 PM
As graduates drove through to pick up their yearbooks, they were also presented with a delectable treat and details on upcoming events.
Thank you to the Student Alumni Association for helping to welcome home the Class of 2020 and get them their yearbooks!
If you have any questions or couldn't make the Yearbook Signing pick-up, please contact Mr. David Erwin, Chief Advancement Officer, (978) 682-0260 ext. 656 or Derwin@centralcatholic.net.
Videos, photo albums, graduation speeches, award recipients, and more!
Alumni are invited to join us in prayer and to submit special intentions.
If you have additional updates, be sure to update your contact information to receive reunion notices and the latest news from Central Catholic.
Complete the transcript request form to send your transcript to colleges or to get a copy for other purposes.
Many alumni have served our nation through the US Armed Forces. To honor their sacrifices, we have established Call of Faith & Duty: A Tribute to Veterans. Our goal is to recognize the many alumni who have served or are serving our nation.
Kishan Patel '14, a software engineer for Slack and a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), has embraced innovation and big ideas – by launching TEDx at both CCHS and CMU, playing a leadership role at a cutting-edge tech company, and serving as a founder of CMU Tech & Entrepreneurship in the Bay Area.
Emily Licciardi '17, a digital media major at Endicott College, has landed several desirable internships as she pursues her dream career in the entertainment industry. Congratulations, Emily – we can’t wait to see all you’ll accomplish!
The Central Catholic Family sends to you and yours our most heartfelt prayers for peace, happiness, and good health in this joyous Christmas season and throughout the year ahead.
Two Central Catholic alums and Salisbury Beach lifeguards recently participated in a daring rescue while on vacation in Hawaii. Their quick actions helped save a 12-year-old boy. Way to go, Nathan Hebert '20 and Sebastian Schwarz '19!
Central Catholic’s magazine, The Emblem, keeps alumni, students, parents, and friends up-to-date with major events and information related to Central Catholic High School. Be sure to read our most recent issue, which highlights our COVID-19 heroes.