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Parent Volunteer Form

The participation of parents is vital to the life of Central Catholic and to the success of our students. Many parents participate in the mission of the school through the Parents Guild, volunteering to help at various school events throughout the year.

Your opinion matters!  

We’d love to hear from YOU about ways the Parents Guild can support CCHS families through different types of programs, guest speakers, etc.

Email: parentsguild@centralcatholic.net

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Raider News

Students performing on stage

Central Catholic has begun creating a Raider Winter Wonderland on campus! Join with us in the Christmas spirit for some of the many upcoming activities and events at CCHS, including the The Christmas Project, the Raider Festival of Trees, The Raider Family Christmas Gift-Wrapping Party, the Band & Chorus Christmas Concert, the Advent & Christmas Prayer Service, and the Visions Christmas Coffeehouse.

Coach A with his team

Beloved teacher and coach Mr. Charles "Coach A" Adamopoulos has announced that he is retiring as Head Coach of Raider Football. Coach A served as Head Coach for 26 years, three State Championships, and 13 Merrimack Valley Conference Titles. He will continue to serve as a member of the CCHS Faculty.

Native American Heritage Month

During November, Central Catholic honored Native American Heritage Month through morning reflections and recognition of the Native American impact on history, art, and literature. Mr. Sam King, the Ecology Coordinator for the Marist Brothers US Province, spoke with students about indigenous peoples and their leadership on climate change.

Group photo in front of museum

On November 2, over 40 students enrolled in AP Spanish and Honors Spanish IV traveled to the Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology at Harvard University to visit the Day of the Dead Exhibit and additional galleries.