Several members of our Boys Ice Hockey Team volunteered with the Exchange Club of Lawrence to pay tribute to fallen soldiers. They helped place hundreds of flags on the "Field of Honor" on display at the North Andover Common.
News & Events
Wishing everyone a relaxing, enjoyable, and enriching summer. Summer hours and programs have been posted.
Our Central Catholic High School community is heartbroken and deeply saddened by the loss of Ryan Driscoll, a beloved member of the Class of 2020. Ryan was an exceptional scholar and athlete, and a kind, respectful young man who represented all the best qualities of Central Catholic. He will be remembered fondly by his friends, classmates, teammates and teachers. We are praying for everyone impacted by the loss of Ryan.
CCHS rising senior 17-year-old Angelique Alon '20 and 96-year-old Mrs. Lorraine Kowalczyk are both self-proclaimed “Lawrence kids” – and they now share a deeper connection. Thanks to a generous donation made by Mrs. Kowalczyk, Angelique will have her senior year (2019-20) tuition covered.
Congratulations to Katharine Duren '21, the first female Raider student-athlete in history to become All-State Champion and New England Champion (100 hurdles). Katharine holds the area record in the 100 hurdles and the 55-meter hurdles.
Thank you to all those who participated in our fourth annual Raider Day of Giving on Thursday, June 6. Alumni, parents, grandparents, faculty, and friends came together to make 670 gifts in support of student dreams and success! Congratulations to our Raider Raffle Winners and to our Winning Classes of 1994, 1998, and 2000. Thank you to all for your love and support of CCHS and our students!
Over 30 students were recently recognized for their impressive performances on the National Spanish Exam and National French Contest – both programs are offered by the American Association of Teachers.
Congratulations to Josh Lavallee '21, who was selected to participate in the National High School Golf Association Championship at Walt Disney World in Orlando, FL from June 25-29!
On Thursday, May 23, 2019, the 275 members of the Class of 2019 graduated during Central Catholic’s 81st Commencement Exercises in the Memorial Gymnasium as their families and friends cheered them on.
Today (June 6) is the 4th Annual Raider Day of Giving! Alumni, parents, and friends are joining together to raise support for the young men and women we serve. Our goal is 500 gifts (participants) in 24 hours! Help CCHS reach this goal!
After four years at Central Catholic, the Class of 2019 will be graduating and moving on to their next adventure. Join us as we celebrate them and their accomplishments! The Baccalaureate Mass was held at St. Mary of the Assumption Church on Tuesday, May 21, and the 81st Commencement Exercises will be held in the Memorial Gymnasium on Thursday, May 23, with additional activities held throughout the week. Congratulations to members of the graduating class and also to members of the Class of 1969 on their Golden Anniversary!
Over the last three-months – in addition to rigorous academic schedules and athletic commitments - a group of entrepreneurial Central Catholic students volunteered to learn the ups and downs of starting, managing, and ultimately liquidating an actual business venture.
Over April vacation, 19 Raiders (14 students and five adults) traveled to Newburg, NY as part of Project Rebuild. Working with Habitat for Humanity, they helped construct housing for those most in need. Thank you to coordinator Bro. Jim Halliday, the adult chaperones, and the students for ling out the Marist ideal of service to those in need.
The CCHS community is proud to announce Natalia I. Clark '19 as Valedictorian (Highest Scholastic Average Over Four Years) (photo right) and Maria T. Graziano '19 as Salutatorian (Next in Merit, Four Year Scholastic Average) (photo left) for the Class of 2019.
The 12th Annual Catwalk4Cancer - a much anticipated student-powered fashion event that supports cancer research and education – recently had students strutting the runway to help find a cure. Throughout the show’s 12 years, Catwalk4Cancer has raised over $350,000 with the 2019 proceeds benefiting: Lucy's Love Bus, Anna Jacques Cancer Center, Lowell General Hospital, Lawrence General Hospital, The Kylie Rowland Foundation.
The Lowell Sun recently profiled three Central Catholic alumni and Air Force Veterans; Alex Landry '59, Joseph Zangri '60, and George Samataro '71; who come together weekly to bowl on Thursday evenings.
Learn more about our Summer Term academic and enrichment programs, our Fine & Performing Arts Programs, and our Sports Camps & Clinics!
Join us on Thursday, May 2, for the Art Expo and Spring Band Concert! See drawings, paintings, photographs and other works of art created by talented student-artists from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM, followed by performances at 7:00 PM by the Concert Band, Jazz Band, Percussion Ensemble, Senior Chamber Ensembles, and more.
On April 11, Central Catholic students and parents attended a college information presentation, hosted by Central Catholic's Office of School & College Counseling. Thank you to the admissions experts from Anna Maria College, Harvard University, University of Massachusetts Lowell, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute for sharing their knowledge and perspectives with our families!
Thank you to the Boys Volleyball Team, who took the time to make blankets and collect books for children at Boston Children’s Hospital. Their actions illustrate what it means to be Marist and to love the least favored and those most in need!