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News & Events
Because the National Day of Silence on April 23 falls during our school vacation, the Spectrum Club distributed "You Will Be Found" buttons this week, showing care & concern for the LGBTQ+ community. Thank you to the Spectrum Club and to all members of CCHS who participated!
The Theatre Guild, now in its 50th season, is currently rehearsing and filming A Festival of One-Act Plays that will debut online April 30! The festival consists of three show: Trifles by Susan Glaspell, The Summer People by Shirley Jackson, and The Great Pandemonium by Pat Cook.
As a CCHS community, we mourn the passing of two extraordinary Raiders - G. Thomas Catalano '50 and Ronald T. Maheu '60, each having served as valued members of the Board of Directors, and whose contributions as leaders will continue to benefit our students for generations to come.
As we enter the Triduum and greatly anticipate the Joy and Hope that comes with our Lord’s rising on Easter Sunday, please know that all members of the Central Catholic Family were remembered in prayer as the we held our Lenten Prayer Service, streamed from the Carney Family Chapel on Holy Thursday.
As a CCHS community, we mourn the passing of Ronald T. Maheu '60, a cherished member of the Central Catholic family who was passionate in emphasizing the importance of establishing and growing the CCHS endowment.
As a CCHS community, we mourn the passing of G. Thomas (Tom) Catalano '50, who was instrumental in responding to the critical needs of Central Catholic over the years. His generosity ensured that hundreds of Central Catholic students have - and will continue to make - incredible advances in the arts, technology, and sciences.
During the month of March, Central Catholic’s Fine & Performing Arts Department celebrated “Music in Our Schools Month.” Thank you to Mrs. Danielle Marine, Department Chair and Music Teacher/Band Director, for coordinating these efforts and for helping to make music such an important part of life at CCHS!
The Raider Football Team has opened the season with two convincing wins. Several members of the team have announced their commitments to study and compete at the collegiate level. Go, Raiders!
Congratulations to Katharine Duren '21, National Champion in the 60 Hurdles at the AAU National Indoor Championship held March 12- 14 in Virginia. Katharine continues to break records and will compete in Division 1 Track & Field for the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB).
Congratulations to the four Raiders who finished in the top three in their respective categories at the DECA State Competition!
Spirit Week kicks off on Monday, March 15 and extends over two weeks so each cohort can celebrate in person, with Spirit Week Videos debuting Week 2! This (two) week-long celebration of Raider Spirit is a defining experience shared by generations of CCHS students.
Get your tickets for Raider Night at the Red Sox vs. the Blue Jays on Friday, June 11. Tickets available until March 25!
Raider Athletics recently hosted two National Letters of Intent (NLI) signings for student-athletes who committed to compete in Division 1 or 2 collegiate-level sports. Congratulations to Mark Ciccarelli '21 (Football, Bentley University) and Dominic Tritto '21 (Track & Field, University of Hartford, pictured above).
Central Catholic is known for faculty members that care deeply about each student and fulfill numerous roles in helping them to grow, learn, and excel. Ms. Katelyn Andrade is just one example - she's taught in three academic departments, has coached for over 15 years (and eight championships), and moderates the Chess Club.
In 2018, Steven Hajjar '18 and Dominic Keegan '18 led Raider Baseball to the final round of the elite Super 8 tournament. In 2019, they faced off in the College World Series. And today, they're excelling for their respective college programs, both having overcome significant injuries to return to top form.
During Women’s History Month, Central Catholic is offering several exhibits and resources, including: “Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence,” a part of the Smithsonian American Women’s History Initiative, “Because of her Story;” and “When the Computer Wore a Skirt: NASA's Human Computers,” from the Hampton History Museum.
We are excited to announce Be The CAUSE, a new diversity training partnership with Merrimack College. Students are invited to apply for this great opportunity to acquire valuable leadership skills for diversity, equity, and inclusion as we work to build a more inclusive community at CCHS!
Congratulations to Michael Dinges '21 on being named a Moynihan Scholar-Athlete! Michael helped lead the Raider Boys Ice Hockey Team to the Merrimack Valley Conference Championship Cup while excelling in the classroom.
The Office of School & College Counseling, continuing to go above and beyond for our students, has coordinated a series of six Virtual College Fairs this spring, each focused on a general category of schools. The series kicks off on Wednesday, March 3 with New England State Colleges & Universities.