Students enrolled in one of our new courses, Engineering Applications of Computer Science, are composing music, developing assistive technology, and overcoming additional real-world design challenges under the tutelage of their teacher Mr. Andrew Joyal '11.
Teachers & Staff
The faculty and staff at CCHS are a diverse group of extraordinary, dedicated, and caring professionals who know their students well and are invested in their academic success and personal growth. They guide their students, seeing their individual potential and, more importantly, make sure they see it in themselves.
Our faculty and staff lead by example each and every day, helping to instill the values and leadership qualities in our students that will empower them to make the world a better place.
The teachers at Central really do care about you. It feels good to know that they are invested in more than just what you accomplish in the classroom.Tyler Glynn '19
A unique Honors Forensic Science course taught by science teacher Ms. Bridgette Bolduc allows Central Catholic students to recreate crime scenes and utilize a variety of types of lab equipment… even in their own homes. Forensic science students can also earn dual enrollment college credit from Syracuse University.
On Friday, December 18, World Language faculty member Mr. Jeremy Hay '90 will be helping his students move a digital robot by coding commands in Spanish. This unique activity is part of the annual Hour of Code – a national technology program that aims to demystify coding for students of all skill levels grades K-12.
Art can be a difficult subject to imagine in a partially remote environment, but visual arts instructor Mrs. Lauren Roeser took the shift in stride, using the opportunity to expand her students' definition of what art is and who can be an artist.
Mr. Brian Flaherty, a Central Catholic faculty member, wrote a prayer book, Sunday Prayer for Catechists: 2020-2021, published by Liturgy Training Publications (Chicago) and specifically geared for teachers and staff who work in education.
For the third year, CCHS celebrated an important element of Mexican heritage: el Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead). A festive altar honoring those who have passed on was assembled by World Language teacher Mrs. Laura O’Connor, who is a native of Mexico.