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We Are Marist

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We believe in something bigger than ourselves. 

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Students preparing to process at Mass

We believe in something bigger than ourselves.

Rooted in the values of the Marist Brothers, we seek to embody humility and compassion in all we do. Here, students of all faiths and religious identities share a commitment to serve those most in need.

At Central Catholic, you’ll experience an inclusive journey of personal growth while making a positive impact on the world.

We are Marist & Catholic.

We believe in our own potential and in the goodness of others.

Guided by the vision of Saint Marcellin Champagnat, we are inspired to make the world a better place by serving and leading.

Rooted in the values of the Marist Brothers, we seek to embody humility and compassion in all we do.

Alessandra

Senior

Alessandra Sacchetti '24
Alessandra Sacchetti '24
Alessandra, Senior

Alessandra loves being a part of a Marist school where her faith is supported.

Alessandra loves being a part of a Marist school where her faith is supported.

Navin

Senior

Navin Ramesh '24
Navin Ramesh '24
Navin, Senior

Navin's experience on the Encounter Retreat shaped his outlook on service and his future.

Navin's experience on the Encounter Retreat shaped his outlook on service and his future.

Alyssa

Sophomore

Alyssa Furtado '26
Alyssa Furtado '26
Alyssa, Sophomore

Alyssa learned how she could make a difference through the Marist Day of Service.

Alyssa learned how she could make a difference through the Marist Day of Service.

Be Marist. Make a Difference.

Central students are inspired to improve the world through spiritual and moral growth, hard work, and meaningful connections. While they may not all share the same faith, they are all inspired by our shared Marist values to serve the least favored and grow in their personal relationships with God. 

At Central, service will shape who you are and how you live – and daily opportunities to develop, practice, and express your faith will help you build a strong moral foundation that will support you for life. 

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The Marist Service Experience

All students participate in our Marist Service Experience, known as One Day, in which Central Catholic High School students give at least one day (24 hours) of service to those who need it most. 

Over 80% of CCHS students give well beyond their one day of service and continue to assist those in need. The program grows from the mission of Central Catholic High School: to make Jesus known and loved, to educate the whole person, and to serve others, especially the least favored.

Service projects and opportunities are designed to help students discover how they can make a difference in our world by leading and through building relationships with the least favored. Students often volunteer their time to assist the poor, the homeless, the sick, the elderly, those in nursing homes or assisted living, as well as people who are mentally or physically challenged or have special needs.

Being Marist

Marist News

Student with Lazarus House representatives

On Wednesday, February 28, the CCHS Family came together for the Scoops and Hoops Tournament to benefit Lazarus House Ministries. This new initiative was conceived and organized by students enrolled in the Poverty, Policy, and Justice class offered by the Religious Studies Department.

Students holding socks

During their third Annual Sock Drive, members of the National Honor Society collected 2,656 pairs of socks to help our neighbors in need during the chilly winter months. Well done, Raiders!

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In December, four Central Catholic students and two faculty members traveled to Florida to participate in the inaugural Marist Youth Mission Conference with students from the eight Marist schools in the United States.

Students pose with shovels in front of Lazarus House truck

Throughout the year, freshmen and sophomores are given the opportunity to participate in a Marist Day of Service with Campus Ministry. On Friday, December 1, students and faculty partnered with our neighbors at Lazarus House Ministries to serve those in need.

Students with Santa

The Christmas Spirit is alive and well at Central Catholic with many events and activities to celebrate the Christmas and Advent Season while caring for those in need! *Update: The Winter Band & Chorus Concert and Christmas Prayer Service photos are now posted.*


The Campus Ministry Team

Mrs. Victoria Izzo Blaszak

Mrs. Victoria Izzo Blaszak
Campus Minister

Mr. Timothy Hart

Mr. Timothy Hart
Campus Minister

Mrs. Earline Tweedie

Mrs. Earline Tweedie
Faculty

Mr. Andrew Murray

Mr. Andrew Murray
Assistant Principal for Student Success

Bro. Rene Roy

Bro. Rene Roy
Campus Minister

Mr. Brian Flaherty

Mr. Brian Flaherty
Faculty