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VISIONS Celebrates Seniors, Passion & Creativity

VISIONS Celebrates Seniors, Passion & Creativity

The Central Catholic community came together in the Memorial Gymnasium on May 21 for the final Visions Coffeehouse of the year.

The night featured exhilarating performances by singers, poets, a dancer, musicians, and writers, who were cheered on by a supportive audience filled with friends, classmates, and teachers.

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Congratulations and thank you to the performers and organizers!

The evening featured 30 acts divided into five sets.

Photo Album: Visions Coffeehouse

May 21, 2022 - Memorial Gymnasium

Coffeehouses are brought to you by Visions Literary & Arts Magazine and showcase the talents of students and faculty from across our CCHS community!

Students enjoy live entertainment and free refreshments in a warm and supporting environment.

The May 21 Coffeehouse was also the release party for the Spring 2022 issue of Visions Magazine!

Cover of the Spring 2022 ssue of VISIONS

Click here to read the Spring 2022 Issue.


About Visions Literary & Arts Magazine

Visions is a literary and arts magazine for the CCHS community that brings artistic thought and possibilities to life for the larger school community. One large issue or two smaller issues are published each year. Included are poems, essays, short stories, photography and artwork that are submitted by students and faculty members. The editorial staff meets to edit submissions, coordinate the layout of each issue, and to recruit and discover creativity in the school. Visions also sponsors coffeehouses and open mic nights that empower students and faculty to read and perform their work for their peers. Musicians, writers, supportive fans, and coffee lovers are encouraged to attend. Open to all students to participate in one or both.

Visions Staff, 2021-2022

  • Emma Borrero '25
  • Juliana Bouraphael '24, Editor & Emcee
  • Sophia Camacho '23, Emcee
  • Amelia Castillo '25
  • Caroline Clark '22
  • Kenny Ezeoke '23
  • Felipe Hernandez '22, Emcee
  • Alliana Icart '25
  • Colleene Kabaria '22, Emcee
  • Brian LeBlanc '24
  • Catherine Mangione '22
  • Dashira Marte '24
  • Eva Nanje '23
  • Faith Omosefe '22, Emcee
  • Jaylenne Parra '24
  • Isabella Perrotta '22
  • Patricia Pham '23
  • Sonia Pujo '24
  • Navin Ramesh '24, Emcee
  • Ranjana Ramesh '23, Emcee
  • Joanirelys Rodriguez '23
  • Rianna Santra '24
  • Nadaly Soto '24
  • Matthew Spero '22
  • Skye Talanian '25
  • Sophia Tellier '25


  • Mr. Matthew Joyal '08
  • Mr. Mark Svendsen

Faculty Volunteers

  • Mr. Andrew Joyal '11, Technical Director
  • Ms. Kellie Leavitt
  • Mr. Matthew Sansoucie '06
  • Mrs. Christine Thompson '06


Thank you to all of the performers and to the organizers who made it possible for students and staff to come together in the Memorial Gymnasium and take the stage!

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.