Mr. Christopher F. Sullivan '81, President of Central Catholic High School, shared the following message with the Central Catholic Family...
News & Events
Based on current public safety guidelines and projections, the 2020 Golf Classic will be held as scheduled on Monday, July 27 at Haverhill Country Cub! Our Golf Committee is hard at work to ensure a safe and fun Golf Classic within given safety parameters.
Class of 2020, as you prepare to receive your diplomas this weekend, here are some words of wisdom and congratulations from some of your fellow alumni!
On Wednesday, May 27, the Class of 2020 was invited to return to campus during Senior Week to celebrate and to be celebrated by their faculty and staff during a Parade of Graduates Car Rally.
Congratulations to this year’s recipients of the Brother Florentius, FMS, Memorial Award; the Brother Vincent Dinnean, FMS, Christian Service Award; and the Outstanding Student-Athlete Awards!
Congratulations to teacher Matthew Joyal ’08, a quarterfinalist in the Jeopardy! Teachers Tournament! Tune in on Thursday, May 28, at 7:30 PM (CBS) to watch!
The Class of 2020 is being recognized and celebrated in numerous ways in the coming days, including the Senior Activity Awards, the Parade of Graduates Car Rally, the Senior Academic Awards, the Virtual Visions Coffeehouse, and the Front-Step Presentation of Diplomas! Congratulations, Class of 2020!
Bro. Rene Roy, FMS, '59, Campus Minister and President Emeritus, delivers a heartfelt message on how many of us are probably feeling.
Julianna Jaworski '20 responded to NPR’s Student Podcast Challenge by sharing how the Central Catholic community has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Congratulations to the academic leaders of the Class of 2020! Sean Vumbaco '20 has been named Valedictorian, and Mia Haynes '20 and Surabhi Keesara '20 have been named Co-Salutatorians. The news was shared with these students and their families via Zoom by the CCHS Administration.
Congratulations to Michael Glynn '20, New England wrestling finalist and academic all-star, who will continue his wrestling career at the Rochester Institute of Technology, where he will major in mechanical engineering.
Thank you to all those who contributed to the Raider Day of Service at Central Catholic on May 6 - from the families who brought much-needed items, to the faculty and staff who collected and organized the donations, to Lazarus House Ministries for making it possible and for the good they do each and every day! We not only filled the truck, but staff had to go get an additional van!
You are invited to join us virtually for the official opening of the Online Spring Art Expo at the Museum of Raider Art (MORA)! Congratulations to our student-artists!
The students and staff of CCHS are committed to the Marist ideal of serving others, particularly those most in need. In February, students helped transform a playroom for local residents.
CCHS is committed to the emotional health and well-being of our students and families! Parents are invited to an online presentation, Teens, Tweens, & Quarantines, on May 7 at 7:00 PM that will focus on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing on our children.
Over April vacation, students put together a video expressing their gratitude to their teachers and to all the faculty and staff of Central Catholic.
The Boston Marathon is a Patriots’ Day tradition – usually with lots of participation by Raider Nation! Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, today’s race has been re-routed to September. But that doesn’t mean we can’t look back at some of our past participants (and look ahead to this year's marathon)!
Many alumni are providing critical services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including (left to right in above photo) Melissa Marroquin '12, Leah Bradley '13, Mary Napolitano '11, Sabrina Beaudoin '10, and Megan Daly '11, who are registered nurses working in the Cardiac Unit and Intensive Care Unit at Lawrence General Hospital.
Raider Nation has risen to the occasion in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Students are writing letters, making masks, tutoring online, and spreading joy in many other ways during this difficult time. We continue to be inspired by their ingenuity and love.
Online Student Life: Raider Reconnect is a way to reconnect the Central Catholic family beyond the classroom during the COVID-19 closure. Although we might not be together on campus, our Raider Spirit extends far beyond the grounds of 300 Hampshire Street. Visit Raider Connect for various ways to engage in Student Life at CCHS.