Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
Our diversity is central to who we are as a school and family.
In this spirit, we are committed to building
a more equitable school, community, and world.
We are Central. Each and every one of us. In our uniqueness, our different perspectives and backgrounds, our talents and gifts.
Central Catholic High School seeks to uphold anti-racist practices and promote empathetic attitudes to reflect a just and inclusive community that celebrates the identities, gifts, and dignity of its members. We condemn thoughts, words, and actions that harm one’s humanity. We call each other to follow Jesus’ example of love.
We Are Unique in our Diversity
Students come to Central Catholic from over 60 cities and towns and several countries.
They come from diverse backgrounds and experiences to form a caring community of faith, learning, and service.
They come together as classmates, peers, and teammates.
They learn together and from one another as they develop a deeper understanding of who they are as people and how we fit together as a community.
On November 1, over 25 AP Spanish Language and Culture students attended a Dia de los Muertos presentation at Harvard University’s Peabody Museum. Each year, World Language teacher Mrs. Laura O’Connor brings the Day of Dead to Central Catholic by presenting a beautiful Dia de los Muertos Altar in the World Languages Lobby
During November, Central Catholic honors Native American Heritage Month through morning reflections and recognition of the Native American impact on history, art, and literature. This month offers us the opportunity to recognize the many cultures of the original inhabitants of America.
Congratulations to the four CCHS seniors who were recently honored for their academic accomplishments with the National Hispanic Recognition Award (NHRA) – a College Board National Recognition Program.