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Aaron Manzi '12 is in biomedical lab

Mr. Aaron Manzi '12 is on the front lines of a breakthrough treatment for oral cancer that was recently approved for clinical trials – a significant milestone in the biomedical world. As the current Project Lead at Privo Technologies, Inc., Aaron has been in the trenches for the past five years, designing a safe chemotherapy patch (PRV111) that has the potential of shifting the treatment paradigm of oral cancers.

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CCHS students are walking in the hallway

In May 2018, 108 Central Catholic High School (CCHS) students achieved AP Scholar status or higher by scoring an average of 3.96 on a variety of AP (Advanced Placement) exams. In total, 341 CCHS students took 721 AP exams in 26 different subject areas. AP exam scores are based on a scale of one (1-Lowest Score) to five (5-Highest Score). See who made the list! (Note: The list has been updated to include AP Scholars with Honor.)

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Smiling students, with text, Congratulations Class of 2023, Accepted Students Night, Mon. Feb 11, 6:30PM

Admissions decisions have been released for the many great candidates for the Class of 2023. Families will be receiving their decisions via USPS over the course of the next several days. Congratulations to all accepted students. We look forward to seeing you at Accepted Students Night on Feb. 11 at 6:30 PM!

Statue of Mary in Courtyard in front of Central Cathokc High School sign

As we prepared to Celebrate Catholic Schools week, we asked some of our parents to share their feelings about Central Catholic. Sponsored by the National Catholic Education Association, Catholic Schools Week is an annual celebration designed to acknowledge the many benefits of Catholic education. Who better to ask about the value of a Central Catholic education than our parents?

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Image of the average teenage brain showing the different sections of the brain

This Wednesday, February 6 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM, parents and educators are encouraged to attend “Anxiety: The Impact on Youth and Families” - a dynamic presentation by mental health counselor Jon Mattleman that explores the impact of anxiety on students and families. This event is part of Central Catholic's ongoing Student Wellness Series for Parents and Educators.

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Meteorologist Ryan Breton '12 talks with a CCHS senior about careers in broadcasting.

With wintery weather in the air, New Englanders make daily decisions based on the forecast of their trusted meteorologists. Central Catholic doesn’t have to look beyond the Class of 2012 to find a reliable source on weather - Ryan Breton '12, a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist with News Center Maine – WCSH and WLBZ in Portland, ME.

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