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Celebrating the Class of 2023

Graduation Photo - Caps and Gowns
It is has been my honor to watch the members of the Class of 2023 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

Upcoming Senior Events

Four graduates with diplomas
Graduation photo from balcony.
Graduates throwing their caps in the air
Two graduates give thumbs ups
Students celebrating, taking a selfie
Ryan Hebert '22 jumping in air with fist raised

Celebrating Past Commencements...

The Class of 2023 in the News

Moses and the green man, holding a Raider flag, run into the Memorial Gymnasium for the Pep Rally

This year's Spirit Week is in full swing with theme days and giveaways, culminating in the Spirit Week Pep Rally on Thursday and the Walk Holiday and Visions Coffeehouse on Friday. This annual celebration of Raider Spirit is a defining experience shared by generations of CCHS students.

Gymnast flipping in the air

Congratulations to the Raider Gymnastics Team on its second straight Merrimack Valley Conference D1 Championship, the North Sectional Championship, an undefeated season, and the 2022 MVC Meet Championship. Congratulations to Camryn Rueda '23, All-Around State Champion!

Ava Pawlus '23 rowing

Congratulations to Ava Pawlus '23, who has committed to attend Dartmouth College and to row for the school team. Ava has been a leader inside and outside the classroom and within the community.

Student-athletes at signing day

Congratulations to the outstanding Raider Student-Athletes who recently committed to play collegiate-level sports next year: Ty Cannistraro '23, Grace Cashman '23, Katherine Ciesielski '23, Matthias Latham '23, and Ava Pawlus '23.

Students in front of Tsongas Center

Nine Raider student-athletes participated in the first-ever Merrimack Valley Conference Student-Athlete Leadership Summit in January at the Tsongas Arena in Lowell. The summit brought student-athletes from all member schools together for presentations and discussions to further strengthen the league as one of the top high school leagues in the state. 

Two students at podium with Advent Wreath

Merry Christmas from all of us at Central Catholic High School! The CCHS Family came together on Tuesday, December 20, for the Advent & Christmas Prayer Service to explore "The True Meaning of Christmas" with Campus Ministry and to sing Christmas Carols with the Liturgical Band & Chorus.

Mr. Svendsen reading "Twas the Night Before Christmas"

The Central Catholic community came together on December 21 for the first Visions Christmas Coffeehouse in three years. The night featured a variety of inspiring performances cheered on by a supportive audience filled with friends, classmates, and teachers.