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Friday, February 22nd: MOTHER & SON DANCE

Cathedral High School proudly presents our annual Mother & Son Dance “Mardi Gras”. It will take place on Friday, February 22nd from 6:00-11:00 pm at Quiet Cannon in Montebello. The cost of attendance is $125 per couple, includes dinner and one couple picture pose. Tickets will only be sold in the front office. NO tickets will be sold at the door. NO REFUNDS.
Come and enjoy an evening of fun, dinner and dancing! Dress to the theme! Get your tickets and don’t delay!
Click on flyer for further details!
See you there!!
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Soaring Sophomore Anthony Taylor!

Congratulations to Cathedral's Anthony Taylor (left) as he ranks among the top four in the U.S. in the Class of 2021. There are 16 boys who are ranked among the top 15 nationally in the Class of 2021, including Cathedral's Anthony Taylor (110H/300H). Anthony is also ranked #1 in CIF-SS Division 1. Click on this story for more details!
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Cathedral wins GOLD at the 41st National Simplot Games!

Congratulations to Lennard Marshall, Samadhi Soph and Anthony Taylor for winning the 1600m Sprint Medley Relay (3:38.81) at 41st National Simplot Games at the University of Idaho on Feb. 16, 2019. The team qualified in the prelims with the 3rd fastest time and came back in the finals to win GOLD. Click on this story for more details. Go Phantoms!
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Apply for the 2019 Annenberg Youth Academy for Media and Civic Engagement at USC!

Interested in a free summer program? Applications for the 2019 USC Annenberg Youth Academy for Media and Civic Engagement are now being accepted! The 4-week immersive program develops high school students’ writing, public speaking, interviewing and multimedia production skills. The program is FREE! Students interested in the program need to apply by Friday, March 22, 2019. Click on this story for more details!
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Junior Math and Science Academy Class travels to Astrocamp!

This past weekend, the Junior Math and Science Academy class traveled to Astrocamp for 3 days and 2 nights in Idyllwild to learn about physics, astronomy and engineering. Many of our boys got to experience snow storms for the very first time. Through rain and snow, the boys were hard at work as they built rockets, cosmic landers and windmills. The trip was such an amazing success as the boys discovered, created and problem solved their way through the entire weekend. Thank you so much to the chaperones: Mr. Robinson, Ms. Rodriguez and Dr. Humphreys for devoting their weekend to making sure these boys had a safe and fun experience challenging their minds.
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