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Underclass lineup makes podium at the 39th Simplot Games.

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Congratulations to the teams of Wolley Tuala, Lennard Marshall, Everett Steward, Anthony Johnson and Halid djibril who placed 4th in the 4x200m relay finals (61 teams) and 6th in the 4x400m relay finals (51 teams) @ the 39th International Simplot Games at the University of Idaho, Holt arena. High school teams from all over the United States and from Australia and Canada competes at this prestigious event.

Celebrating Success!

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Learning and Playing at the next level. Take a look at CHS Class or 2016 Basketball Student-Athletes and where they are now.

2017 CHS / KAPLAN SAT Course

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Attention Juniors: There are still seats available for the 2017 CHS / KAPLAN SAT Classroom Course on Sundays beginning March 26. This eight week course will prepare you with more than 18 hours of expert teacher instruction and supported with more than 50 hours of online instruction broken up into mini lessons of 5-15 minutes each. Students will take four practice tests and get feedback from detailed easy to read score reports. This class normally retails for $800 but is being offered to CHS students for only $295. If interested return the attached flyer, signed, with a check payable to Cathedral High School, to the Tuition office. Click on this story for more information or see Mr. Catlin if you have questions.

Black History Month

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In the early 1900s, Carter G. Woodson, an African-American historian, did not feel that the history and accomplishments of black people were being taught or celebrated in the United States. Woodson set the foundation for what would become today’s national Black History Month. Click on this story for more information on Black History Month.
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