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Congratulations Diego Murcia '19!

Congratulations to senior Diego Murcia for being awarded the MLB Angel’s Scholarship. Diego went through two rounds of interviews for this highly competitive scholarship. As an Angel’s Scholar, Diego will get a 4 year scholarship to cover all expenses for the college of his choice. Diego will be attending Boston University, in the Fall, to study Computer Sciences. Thank you so much for all your hard work and service as you represent Cathedral High School and the Math and Science Academy. Go Phantoms!
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Track Frosh/Soph Team Wins and Breaks Records!

Congratulations to the Frosh/Soph team for winning and breaking the Big West frosh/soph championship meet record and the 5-year old Cathedral frosh/soph school record in the 4x100m relay 43.46 at the Big West Fosh/Soph Championship at Long Beach Wilson HS. It was a battle against Long Beach Poly, who was undefeated in this event. Cathedral ran the fastest time in the state by a Frosh/Soph Team! (Team: Dion Franklin, Steven Marks, Anthony Taylor and Rashad Brown) Go Phantoms!
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New Theater and Performing Arts Center

On March 15, 2019, we celebrated the opening of our new Theater and Performing Arts Center at Cathedral High School. This historic event would not have been possible without the help of our generous donors, corporate and community partners. We look forward to helping elevate the Arts within our school and the surrounding community. We appreciate all those who have contributed in making this day a dream come true.
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THANK YOU!

Our 19th Annual Walk-A-Thon was a success! Thank you to all who donated and participated today. Your contributions allow us to continue to offer a quality education to all, especially those in need.
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2019-2020 Amazon Future Engineer Program!

Cathedral High School has been selected into the Amazon Future Engineer Program in the 2019-2020 academic year in partnership with Edhesive! This program helps students develop a foundational understanding in core computer science and programming concepts. This program is also designed to inspire students in computer science and develop their understanding of how technology and computer science can impact and shape our world.
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Cathedral Alum Isaiah Jewett '15 was named MPSF 2019 Men's Athlete of the Meet

The junior Jewett won the men's 800m dash at the MPSF Championships by nearly two seconds with a time of 1:47.20 to earn 10 points in the team competition. He also anchored USC's 4x400m relay which won a Dempsey Indoor track record-time of 3:06.40, earning USC 10 more team points. For the third consecutive season, the only men's MPSF record that was broken was done by USC. Jewett is the third-straight Trojan Men's MPSF Athlete of the Meet, joining Rai Benjamin (2018) and Randall Cunningham (2017). Go Phantoms!
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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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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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