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Girls Varsity Field Hockey posing after winning the MVC championship

The fall 2018 sports season at Central Catholic has come to a close, and it proved to be an exciting and successful few months for both boys and girls varsity sports. From the Girls Varsity Field Hockey team becoming MVC Champions for the first time in school history to the Boys Varsity Football Team also being named MVC Champions, congratulations to all coaching staffs and to all the student-athletes who excel athletically while balancing rigourous academic schedules.

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Student working on computer

From freshman to senior year, a student at Central Catholic has numerous opportunities to incorporate computer science learning into their educational and extracurricular experience. Whether it’s designing a video game, participating in Advanced Placement computer science courses, or programming a 3D printer, a primary goal at CCHS is for students to graduate with a multi-faceted knowledge of computing skills.

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Cardinal O'Malley, standing between two students, holding a gift bag.

Over 1,400 Central Catholic High School students, faculty, alumni, board members and other honored guests recently enjoyed a visit from Cardinal Seán O’Malley as he presided over a very special Mass at Central Catholic on Monday, November 26, 2018. The Cardinal visits CCHS and other regional Catholic schools to connect with local communities and celebrate Mass.

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Mr. Thomas McCarthy poses with CCHS students after they sang him the school's Alma Mater.

Mr. Thomas McCarthy, age 95, is a resident at the Mary Immaculate Nursing and Restorative Center in Lawrence – just a few blocks from Central Catholic High School, a place that is near and dear to his heart. Mr. McCarthy is a particularly big fan of the CCHS Alma Mater, so seven generous students recently brought the Alma Mater to his door at Mary Immaculate.

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Mr. John Sexton '97  named new varsity baseball coach

Central Catholic alumnus and long-time assistant varsity baseball coach Mr. John Sexton '97 has been officially named the new Head Coach of the Varsity Baseball program at CCHS. Since 2003, Mr. Sexton has served as the assistant baseball coach under Mr. Marc Pelletier '79, who recently stepped down from the post as head coach after over 30 highly successful years leading the Raiders.

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New England Patriots Recognize Central Catholic's "Coach A" as “High School Coach of the Week”

Following an exhilarating win (23-20) on Friday, Nov. 2 over top-ranked football powerhouse Everett, Mr. Chuck Adamopoulos (more widely known as ‘Coach A’) is being deservedly honored as the New England Patriots High School Coach of the Week. Central Catholic’s win over Everett secured a place for the Raiders in the Division 1 North Final against St. John’s Prep at 1:00 PM on Saturday, Nov. 10 at St. John’s.

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Students standing by the historic Great Stone Dam along the Merrimack River

Seniors enrolled in American City: Rise, Fall, & Rebirth, a course designed and taught by Mr. Matthew Joyal '08, took a driving tour of the historical sites of the City of Lawrence. The students explored various parts of the city, including the mills, original immigrant neighborhoods, the downtown commercial district along Essex Street, and other major sites such as City Hall, the Common, the Ayer Mill Clock Tower, and the Great Stone Dam.

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STEM Symposium: Cyber Security, Green Technology, Game Design, Robotics, and More

Over 200 high school students from across the region – including 23 students and several faculty members from Central Catholic – recently attended Junior Achievement’s STEM Symposium at Greater Lawrence Technical School in Andover, MA. The symposium offered students the unique opportunity to interact face-to-face with companies and employees currently working in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) fields.

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