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Anthony Taylor Earns his Ticket to State Championships!

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A big congratulations to CIF Southern Section Champion Sophomore Anthony Taylor (AJ) for qualifying to compete at the 2019 CIF State Track & Field Championships. Anthony qualified in the 110m and 300m hurdles. He is ranked 8th in the 110m (14.34) and 10th in the 300m (38.22) hurdles in the state. The State meet will be held at Buchanan High School in Clovis, CA on May 24 & 25, 2019. We wish AJ all the best at the State Championships! GO PHANTOMS!

Joel Solis '10 Awarded the Kaiser Permanente Oliver Goldsmith Scholarship

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Congratulations to Joel Solis ’10 as he was one of 11 medical students awarded the Kaiser Permanente Oliver Goldsmith Scholarship for his commitment to enhancing culturally responsive care through participation, development, leadership, and research. Joel is finishing his 3rd year of medical school at USC and intends on applying to Family Medicine residency this year. He hopes to continue embodying Cathedral’s spirit of Enter to Learn, Leave to Serve. We are very proud of you!

2019 School-Wide SUMMER READING

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Every year the entire school community is required to read one book. This year's selection is Into the Magic Shop by James R. Doty. Additionally, students will be required to read a book for their English Classes. Please click on this story for information about their English book options.

2019 English Summer Reading

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In addition to the school-wide summer reading book (Into the Magic Shop) assigned by Brother John, all students enrolled in the 2019-2020 school year are required to read one book for their fall English class in the summer. Students enrolled in English I Honors, English II Honors, AP English Language, and AP English Literature are required to read more than one book and work on summer assignments. Click on this story for more information.
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