Parents of incoming freshmen are to attend a Freshman Parent Orientation Meeting this Thursday, May 5th at 7:00PM in the Cathedral Gym. Essential information about Honors Placement Testing, Summer School, iPad Requirements, Tuition and Parent Service Hours will be shared at Thursday's Meeting. (Parents whose son was admitted into the Math & Science Academy will also meet earlier at 5:30pm to go over specific information related to the Academy Program).
Please click on this story for a link to questions often asked by incoming freshmen parents about what will be coming up as their sons enroll and take their first steps as Phantoms! Welcome to the family!
Click on this story for a link with information about summer school. This information is for returning students, incoming freshmen, junior high students and Math and Science Academy Students.
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by Sonia Nazario
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ASB and Class Council elections are coming up and now is the time to download the application and ask your teachers to recommend you for a given office. Applications are available here and on Edmodo or from Mr. Robinson and need to be returned to Mr. Robinson no later than this Friday, April 29th. Download your application today and follow through to be a candidate to make next year your best year yet.
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A limited number of the Class of 2016 Graduation Announcements are on sale in the Front Office for $2.50 per card (cash only). The exact cash amount when paying for the Announcements in the Front Office is appreciated. Only a limited number of Announcements are left for purchase as of April 22nd, so don't delay if you want to buy some Announcements.
This is a requirement for incoming freshmen and sophomores only.
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Please make sure it is a TI-NSpire CX CAS version not a TI-NSpire CX.
The Cathedral High School mobile app, available for iPhones and iPads. Stay connected and get up to date information about our school. Click on this story to get more information and a download link to the FREE app!
The vision of our new theatre and arts buildings is becoming more of a reality because of generous donors like the John & Dorothy Shea Foundation. We are hoping to be able to break ground in January
Thank you to Mr. Joel Solis '10 for being our keynote speaker and talking about your time at Cathedral where you "entered to learn." And your time at UC Berkeley and now your path to USC Medical School where you will "leave to serve." Congratulations to all the winners and to Brian Chan '16 for getting the Mathematician of the Year Award for 2016!
With the support of teammates, coaches and family, two students signing today to learn and compete at the next level. Congratulations to Jesse Audelo '16 and Stefon Goudeau '16 for signing today to Saint John's University and University of Houston respectively. Congratulations!
The MT SAC Relays location is on a 1 year hiatus due to major improvements to the track and field facility. The year the meet was held at Cerritos College. Over 5,000 high school, collegiate, and professional athletes compete. Three of the Phantoms sprinters ran personal best (PB) in their events; Jesse Audelo 200m (21.91) Stefon Goudeau 400m (48.87) and Nicholas Agbede 200m (21.70). The 4X400m relay team broke the school record in a time of 3:15.50. (Jesse Audelo, Darron Whitaker, Cory Payne & Stefon Goudeau) The team took second place to Rancho Verdes High school of Moreno Valley. The 4X400m relay team is ranked #1 in CIF-SS Div 3 and ranked #2 in the state. Romare Ashford ran a lifetime personal best (PB) in the 800m (1:55.44).
2016 Walk-A-Thon was a success! Thank you to all who contributed to our annual fundraiser! Bolstering our scholarship program allows more students to be able to attend Cathedral High School!
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In our school's Lenten Prayer Service, our school family was challenged to look at our purpose as a school. We as Phantoms are invited to be at the service of others from "washing the feet" of others as we were taught or accompanying them on their journey. May we all strive to make "Enter to Learn, Leave to Serve" more than just a slogan, but a reality in the way we live.
Special thanks to all the volunteers that made Career Day possible for our students. Your time and dedication to your careers was evident to our students. Thank you very much for your example.
They are on their way! Kchs Los Angeles on its way to Atlanta for its annual STN Convention.
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Click on this story for more information about the Twinning program in General and for information about St. Mary's Secondary School in Nyeri Kenya.
After going through a rigorous selection process James was selected to be a recipient of this prestigious award. Please click on this story for more information about the process and the award.
Service C members and Brother John, Principal, attend The Los Angeles World Affairs Council dinner at the Intercontinental Hotel in Beverly Hills on February 16th to hear from President of the Philippines, Benigno Aquino III, following the international Asian Conference with President Obama. President Aquino addressed a variety of topics facing the Philippines including national security threats, economic gains and educational improvements in this rising Southeast Asian democratic nation.