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CCHS Athletes Commit to Compete at Collegiate-Level

CCHS Athletes Commit to Compete at Collegiate-Level

Congratulations to the outstanding CCHS student-athletes who recently signed National Letters of Intent (NLI) to play Division 1 or Division 2 collegiate-level sports in Fall 2020.

The following students will be playing their respective sports in college next fall:

  • Victoria Moda '20 (Methuen, MA), Rowing - University of Wisconsin
  • Carla Bouchrouche '20 (Windham, NH),  Track and Field - Merrimack College
  • Ryan Semenetz '20 (Atkinson, NH), Baseball - St. Anselm College

Photo Caption: Pictured here (left to right) - Ryan Semenetz ’20, Carla Bouchrouche ’20, and Victoria Moda ’20 (Methuen, MA) gathered with their families in the Memorial Gymnasium to sign National Letters of Intent (NLI) to play collegiate-level sports in Fall 2020.

Raider Nation congratulates Ryan, Carla and Victoria on their impressive athletic accomplishments. We wish them luck in the future!

Above: Victoria Moda, '20 - Rowing, University of Wisconsin 

Above: Carla Bouchrouche '20 - Track and Field, Merrimack College 

Above: Ryan Semenetz '20 - Baseball, St. Anselm College


Central Catholic High School
A College Preparatory High School of Excellence in the Marist Tradition

Founded by the Marist Brothers in the heart of Lawrence, Massachusetts in 1935, Central Catholic High School enrolls 1,200 students from over 60 cities and towns and several countries. Students come from diverse backgrounds to form a caring community of faith, learning, and service. They advance to college in overwhelming numbers (nearly 100%) and move on to successful careers and positions of leadership in government, business, industry, academia, and professions.

Central Catholic High School is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.

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Mission: Central Catholic High School makes Jesus known and loved.
We educate the whole person for college and for life, with particular care for the least favored and those in need.