The Archdiocese of Boston Catholic Schools Office, with support from the Catholic Schools Foundation, recently announced Mr. James (Jim) O’Neill as a recipient of the prestigious Archdiocese of Boston Excellence in Education Award. Mr. O'Neill is a faculty member in the Religious Studies Department at CCHS.
News & Events
Join us on Friday, April 26 at 7:00 PM in the Rogers Memorial Theater for An Eclectic Broadway Evening presented by Central Catholic's Concert Choir and a cappella group Central Harmony. Admission is free.
Parents are invited to attend Minding Your Mind: Just Talk About It on Tues., April 23. This interactive presentation serves as an introduction to mental health and is designed to train both adults and youth on how to recognize the warning signs of stress, anxiety, depression, and crisis. Register to attend.
Alumni and friends are invited to join President Chris Sullivan '81 at a Raider Nation Alumni Reception in Washington, DC on Thursday, May 2 in the Mayflower Hotel. Click here to register.
The Winter 2019 sports season at Central Catholic proved to be an exciting and successful few months for both boys and girls varsity sports. Congratulations to all CCHS coaching staffs and the student-athletes who excel athletically while balancing rigorous academic schedules!
On Friday, April 5, six students participated in the Fitchburg State University Programming Competition. Congratulations to the students who participated, and thank you to Mr. Andrew Joyal '11, Computer Science Teacher &Coding Club Moderator, for making this experience possible.
Several Central Catholic alumni and friends recently visited campus to speak with over 300 sophomores about future career options ranging from art photography to video game design and several interesting fields in between.
Join us for our 12th Annual Catwalk4Cancer on Saturday, April 27. This student-powered fashion event combines a love for fashion with an incredible cause, helping people with cancer and has raised a total of over $300,000 in the past 11 years by bringing together over 900 people annually. Tickets are now on sale!
On Friday, March 29, visual art students visited the Museum of Fine Arts to explore exhibits that included "Gender Bending Fashion", Frida Kahlo and Arte Popular, Graciela Iturbide's photographs, Bauhaus Prints, and paintings by Monet. On Friday, April 5, seniors enrolled in Spanish visited the MFA to explore the Exposition of Frida Khalo and the famous photographer Graciela Iturbide.
CCHS faculty members Ashleigh Brown '00, English Department, and James O’Neill, Religious Studies Department, are both finalists for the Archdiocese of Boston’s Excellence in Education Award. Mrs. Brown has been teaching at CCHS for 15 years, and Mr. O’Neill is entering his 41st year of teaching at Central Catholic. Both were nominated for the award by fellow teachers.
Several students in the senior elective course American City: Rise, Fall, Rebirth, developed and taught by Mr. Matthew Joyal '08, attended a variety of lectures, including two offered as part of the Memorial Hall Library's Courageous Conversations Series.
The CCHS Varsity Cheerleading Team recently earned the title of Division Champions, as well as Grand Champions for all-school divisions during the “Reach the Beach” national competition in Daytona, Florida.
The entire junior class (approx. 330 students) recently had the opportunity to interact with over 15 Jesuit college and university reps from across the U.S. during the 2nd Annual Jesuit College Fair at CCHS. The students asked important questions regarding the process of applying to college, available academics, and possible financial aid prospects.
The Central Catholic Theatre Guild proudly presents You Can't Take It With You on April 4, 5, and 6. Come see this unique and musical take on a classic comedy! Good luck to the cast and crew!
Gabriela Rosario '20, a junior at Central Catholic, was recently selected as one of only 100 students nationwide to become a SCS Noonan Scholar – a prestigious six-year program offering academic, career development, and financial support the remainder of high school and throughout college. Almost 1,000 students applied for this program with an only 10% acceptance rate.
A group of CCHS representatives recently returned from an excursion south to parts of Florida to re-connect with over 50 alumni living in the Sunshine State.
Two representatives from Bank of America recently visited students in the Honors Intro to Personal Finance classes to encourage young adults to start thinking about managing their own money in the future.
Over 170 current CCHS parents recently put on their thinking caps – and costumes - to participate in one of the most anticipated events of the year – Parent Trivia Night!
"Glory and praise to You, Risen and Radiant Christ shining in our darkness... Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia!" As a faith community, we reflect on the meaning of this holy time and give thanks for the resurrection of Jesus and our new life in Him. To quote Bro. Rene Roy, FMS, “May our joy be visible on our faces and in our actions!”
Marathon Monday (April 15, 2019) is rapidly approaching and the CCHS Community will be well represented in Boston, MA as several alumni will lace up and go 26.2 miles for a variety of worthwhile causes.