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Reunion Committee

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Did you graduate in a year ending in a 4 or a 9?

If so, you are invited to join your Class Reunion Committee to help us celebrate your reunion in 2019!

Contact the Advancement Office,, 978-682-0260 ext. 656.

Reunion Roles & Responsibilities

Reunion Resources

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Upcoming Alumni Events

Raider News

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In January, the Office of School and College Counseling met with the Class of 2021 to jumpstart the College Exploration process. The class was introduced to Raz Raider, their guide as they search for the right college fit for them.

Two student skiers at the top of the mountain.

On Sunday, February 16, the Ski & Snowboard Club will be leaving for Colorado to ski at Breckenridge over February Vacation. Two seniors, Isabel Majewski '20 and Sean Vumbaco '20, will be posting video updates from their trip. Be sure to follow the Ski & Snowboarding Club on Twitter and Instagram!

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In November, Jose Batistine '10 and Alyssa Reilly '10 returned to where their love story began, Central Catholic High School, for their engagement photos. They’ll be getting married in March – one of several Raider love stories we’re highlighting this year as we approach Valentine’s Day!

African American History Month

Also referred to as Black History Month, African American History Month is celebrated each February. Through a collaboration between Central Catholic’s Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity; Academic Departments, the student-led S.C.O.P.E., the Cinema Club, and the Library & Media Center, we will be highlighting African American History throughout the month. Everyone is invited to participate!

Freshman Raiders “Read Aloud” to Pre-K Reading Buddies

In recognition of World Read Aloud Day on February 5, 2020, a group of 18 Central Catholic High School freshmen brightened the day of some younger members of the Lawrence community by visiting Lawrence Catholic Academy (LCA) to read aloud to Pre-K students.