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Join us for Raider Night at the Red Sox!

Friday, June 11 vs. the Toronto Blue Jays

Ticket cost: $55.00 per person

Location:  Right Field Grandstand, Section 6

Tickets are limited and are first-come, first-serve.

Ticket purchases are non-refundable.

Ticket Deadline:  Thursday, March 25, 12:00 PM

Social distancing guidelines according to the CDC will be followed. 

Questions? 

Contact David Erwin 978-682-0260 ext. 656 or derwin@centralcatholic.net.

Get your tickets today!

News from Raider Nation

You Will Be Found Button

Because the National Day of Silence on April 23 falls during our school vacation, the Spectrum Club distributed "You Will Be Found" buttons this week, showing care & concern for the LGBTQ+ community. Thank you to the Spectrum Club and to all members of CCHS who participated!

Cast of the Summer People posing on stage

The Theatre Guild, now in its 50th season, is currently rehearsing and filming A Festival of One-Act Plays that will debut online April 30! The festival consists of three show: Trifles by Susan Glaspell, The Summer People by Shirley Jackson, and The Great Pandemonium by Pat Cook.

Burning candle with crucifix in background

As a CCHS community, we mourn the passing of two extraordinary Raiders - G. Thomas Catalano '50 and Ronald T. Maheu '60, each having served as valued members of the Board of Directors, and whose contributions as leaders will continue to benefit our students for generations to come. 

Image of a cross at sunrise with the words, "The Central Catholic Family Wishes You a Blessed Easter."

As we enter the Triduum and greatly anticipate the Joy and Hope that comes with our Lord’s rising on Easter Sunday, please know that all members of the Central Catholic Family were remembered in prayer as the we held our Lenten Prayer Service, streamed from the Carney Family Chapel on Holy Thursday.

Ron Maheu '60 smiling at a CCHS event

As a CCHS community, we mourn the passing of Ronald T. Maheu '60, a cherished member of the Central Catholic family who was passionate in emphasizing the importance of establishing and growing the CCHS endowment.