Four new clubs have been established, prompted by student interest. Three are already underway: The Gavel Club for public speaking and leadership; The International Youth Neuroscience Association (IYNA) for scientific inquiry and the wonders of the brain; and United We Stand to provide an unbiased forum to discuss social justice issues. Coming soon: Dance Crew to celebrate all forms of dance.
News & Events
Students enrolled in one of our new courses, Engineering Applications of Computer Science, are composing music, developing assistive technology, and overcoming additional real-world design challenges under the tutelage of their teacher Mr. Andrew Joyal '11.
On Thursday, January 28, we are launching Phase 2 of Raider Nation, Coast to Coast with an online reception for alumni and friends in Los Angeles, San Diego, & San Francisco, CA. Upcoming events also include Chicago, Georgia, Florida, Texas, the Carolinas, and Arizona. Sign up today!
As we prepare to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we recall his words, “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”
Kishan Patel '14, a software engineer for Slack and a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), has embraced innovation and big ideas – by launching TEDx at both CCHS and CMU, playing a leadership role at a cutting-edge tech company, and serving as a founder of CMU Tech & Entrepreneurship in the Bay Area.
Emily Licciardi '17, a digital media major at Endicott College, has landed several desirable internships as she pursues her dream career in the entertainment industry. Congratulations, Emily – we can’t wait to see all you’ll accomplish!
Congratulations to Uyi Osayimwen '21 on his commitment to play football and pursue his academic dreams at Williams College. Uyi, a student leader on and off the field, received offers from some of the leading academic schools in the country, including every school in the New England Small College Athletics Conference (NESCAC).
A unique Honors Forensic Science course taught by science teacher Ms. Bridgette Bolduc allows Central Catholic students to recreate crime scenes and utilize a variety of types of lab equipment… even in their own homes. Forensic science students can also earn dual enrollment college credit from Syracuse University.
The Central Catholic Family sends to you and yours our most heartfelt prayers for peace, happiness, and good health in this joyous Christmas season and throughout the year ahead.
Two Central Catholic alums and Salisbury Beach lifeguards recently participated in a daring rescue while on vacation in Hawaii. Their quick actions helped save a 12-year-old boy. Way to go, Nathan Hebert '20 and Sebastian Schwarz '19!
Congratulations to those students being honored for their academic excellence and leadership during the 2019-2020 Academic Year! The Administration, Faculty, and Staff congratulate these young men and women for their well-earned achievements.
Visions has joined forces with the Central Catholic Band and Choir Programs to bring you a very special Christmas Coffeehouse featuring 20 performances! Join us on Tuesday, December 22 at 7:00 PM.
All classes have been cancelled for Thursday, December 17 due to the predicted snow storm. Central Catholic is pleased to announce our updated School Cancellation and Delay Policy for 2020-2021, which preserves the opportunity for Snow Days for all students, whether in person or live remote.
Ms. Jeanne Burns, Assistant Principal: Academic Dean, has announced the Academic Honor Roll of Students for the First Quarter of the 2020-2021 academic year. The Administration, Faculty, and Staff congratulate these young men and women for their well-earned achievements.
All students, faculty, and staff were invited to participate in Central Catholic's Christmas Carol Competition, held by the Liturgical Band and Choir, by submitting videos. Congratulations to the Award Winners!
Congratulations to Katharine Duren '21, New England Champion and record-breaking hurdler, on signing her National Letter of Intent (NLI) to compete in Division 1 track & field for the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB).
On Friday, December 18, World Language faculty member Mr. Jeremy Hay '90 will be helping his students move a digital robot by coding commands in Spanish. This unique activity is part of the annual Hour of Code – a national technology program that aims to demystify coding for students of all skill levels grades K-12.
Central Catholic’s magazine, The Emblem, keeps alumni, students, parents, and friends up-to-date with major events and information related to Central Catholic High School. Be sure to read our most recent issue, which highlights our COVID-19 heroes.
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 - Home for the Holidays, the Christmas Project, Advent Calendar, Festival of Trees, the Christmas Gift Drop-Off, Visions Christmas Coffeehouse featuring the Band & Chorus Programs, and the Advent Prayer Service.
Congratulations to Tripoli Pizza and Bakery and the Zappala Family - including alums Matt '89, Andrew '96, and Rosario '66! The Phantom Gourmet featured a behind-the-scenes tour of this Lawrence institution and longtime CCHS supporter.